A bed made with beige and white linens and coordinated lime green and red pillows, is positioned in this guest bedroom in front of a black headboard and next to a black three-drawer dresser. A white table lamp is on the dresser, and a twig decoration above the bed.
Rectangular holes in the wood headboard create a pattern on the white wall in this modern bedroom setup. A thick layer of pillows gives the short bed a sofa-like look to it, with green velvet pillows adding an accent color to the white and brown tones. An animal hide rug adds a little texture to the smooth hardwood floor.
This covered contemporary outdoor living room was designed with rustic elegance. Natural stone surrounds a wood burning fireplace and extends up the chimney meeting the cedar roof. The brown wicker furniture is padded with light, neutral cushions and green accent pillows.
A built in bench turns under two windows for a bright and attractive sitting space for this dining room. A glass top table with geometric wood base is a stylish twist on a traditional dining table. A brown frame encircled light hangs above and compliments the coloring of the mix of chocolate brown, neutral and green throw pillows.
The walls of this spacious living room have the palest green tint, picking up the brighter accents of the color throughout the space. Twin built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace make sure there's plenty of storage. Wall paint color: Sherwin-Williams Narce SW6154
When outdoor seating has seen better days, or if you’re no longer in love with the style, redirect attention elsewhere, say, to a perky throw pillow. Choose an outdoor pillow like the Chad Outdoor Throw Pillow, $49 from Grandin Road, which will stand up to the elements — it dries in just 24 hours and the cover is removable for easy cleaning.
Muted greens and pinks have been a go-to combination for girls’ rooms for years. Take this classic combination to the next level by upping the saturation and instead pairing grass green with hot pink. To tone the combination down a few notches, throw a sand tone into the mix.