This bedroom's fire engine red walls are offset by green accents, including throw pillows and a ladder affixed to the wall above the bed. White bedside lamps and a pendant light brighten up the saturated space.
This guest bedroom is given personality via assorted textures, patterns and bright green accents. The wingback chair is clad in John Robshaw fabric, the throw and pendant ceiling light are from De-cor, and a West Elm runner sits parallel to the bed.
If you're short on surfaces for serving guests, try this designers' go-to trick: lay a hollow-core door or thick piece of plywood over evenly-spaced sawhorses, cover with fabric and voila — a beautiful buffet table with plenty of serving space that can be broken down again and stored when the party's over.
If you love a color, use it! This wall above a fireplace mantel gets its warm touches from large chemist jars filled with green liquid and set in front of a pale green wall and white plates with green touches.
Green accents pop against a gray exterior to create a fun and inviting space for the celebrity owned restaurant, Wahlburgers. Big glass windows and a metal pergola add to the sleek, contemporary space.
This open layout living area features a light green accent wall with coordinating green striped chairs around the four-person dining table. Thin white curtains maintain privacy while allowing plenty of sunlight to flood the space.
“Painting just one wall can completely transform a room,” says Erika Woelfel, VP of color for Behr Paints. “Pull your inspiration from existing kitchen decor, your favorite foods or BEHR Color Trends to find a color that suits your space.” The intense green accent wall in this photo is Behr’s Japanese Fern.
In the newly added living room, the family wanted a color palette that reflected the colors of the outdoors, since the French doors in the space lead directly to the back patio and pool area. Blue is the prominent color for the curtains and the upholstery, while greens accent the space, creating a mirror of the home's outdoor colors.
This sleek, yet quaint farmhouse kitchen features both period and modern elements, including Mid-Century-inspired barstools and a traditional apron sink. Green is a motif that repeats throughout, on the countertop, the light fixtures and even the window casings. A contemporary color palette and modern furnishings transformed this once dark and dated home into a livable and family-friendly country house.