This conservatory-style room boasts a deep green wall and ceiling color inspired by the lush plants that fill the space. A writing desk tucked in the corner takes advantage of the natural light that streams through the adjacent windows. A vintage white armchair and sheer curtains help to break up the green space.
Interior designer Susan Diana Harris, Allied ASID, is crazy about color, and she used it to great effect around this fireplace. The brick surround was painted Benjamin Moore’s Douglas Fir to complement the room’s Spring Moss walls, and gorgeous paintings by artist Erin E Sorensen depict the homeowners' view of the nearby San Francisco Bay.
A pair of Roman shades adds contrast to the pale lemongrass walls in this living room. The slim sofa is topped with floral throw pillows, while a few Asian-inspired accessories emphasize the simplicity of the design.
The spring-green sofa was the inspiration for this multipurpose family room's fresh color palette. A soft and shaggy neutral rug underfoot begs guests to push coffee tables aside and recline as they watch a movie or the big game.
An industrial shelving unit provides storage and display space in this green living room. The transitional sofa is topped with an assortment of throw pillows, while a vintage trunk stands in as a coffee table.
As seen on Meg's Great Rooms, this midcentury modern green living room is accented by hardwood features including a staircase, landing and room divider. A neutral couch and rug keep the focus on the beautiful woodwork, and colorful throw pillows and personalized dog artwork give the space an air of whimsy.
A previously empty white-walled living room is now a soothing pale blue, with a light green on the ceiling and the backs of the built-in bookcases. Pale blue chairs and and an ottoman covered in blue-and-green polka dots round out the room's color scheme.
This sunny traditional living room may be small, but natural light floods in through tall windows to make the space feel larger. A custom sectional sofa and area rug help to define the room without taking up essential square footage.