Andersen’s A-Series Transom Windows with Forest Green Exteriors and Specified Equal Light Grille Pattern add color and light to this Shingle-style home — a uniquely American look that traces its beginnings to the late 19th century.
A wooden boarder extends past the red window perimeters for an Asian-inspired feel to this courtyard area. The red outlines give a pop of color against the softer, neutral yellow of the walls. Bright green leaves from the gardens lining the concrete walkway bring the area to life leading to the home.
Large neutral tile covers the base of this bathtub blending it into the neutral floor tile and matching small tile rim extending up the wall. A decorative green tile frames the top of the tub against the wall adding color and texture to the cubby. Metallic curtains add a sheen to the matte neutral color scheme.
Natural wood beams frame the entrance to this large window nook. A tufted olive green cushion gives height to the space, finished with a decorative mix of patterned throw pillows complimenting the neutral tones of the room. A star pendant light adds a fun, contemporary element to the space.
The gorgeous wood patterned bed frame immediately draws the eye in this stylish bedroom. Matching bedside tables echo the unique pattern. Blue throw pillows on the bed and chair, as well as blue trinkets on the dresser, add color accents throughout the room. Multiple windows let in ample natural lighting and are framed with fun patterned curtains for additional color.
The warm-toned exterior of this brick home is a beautiful color pairing with the natural green hues of the pristine front lawn and planted trees and shrubs. Yellow shutters, window frames and front door add a soft touch of color.
Sea green walls create a soft frame in the natural light of this staircase hallway. A warm yellow lampshade over the table lamp draws out the yellow coloring of the stain glass trim surrounding the windows. A wood table fills the space and provides support for a simple display to decorate the area.
City views from the floor-to-ceiling window in this emerald green, West Village master bedroom. Contemporary patterns can be seen throughout this elegant, relaxing space, from the patterned floor rug to the framed art above the textured gray and orange bed.
A multi-colored floor runner leads visitors into the heart of the home, stopping just before a green console table. With the brilliant blue ocean framed in the window above, the architects effectively created a vignette that the owners could enjoy even when its too cold to swim.
Green stucco siding and brown shutters create an earthy color palette for this Craftsman-style home. White corbels and trim frame the windows and roof line. The transom window above the door and stone columns are typical of Craftsman-style design.
This breakfast room features reproduction 19th century French floral wallpaper. Window frames and trim have been painted apple green. Green and white check fabric has been used to upholster the dining chairs and a brass chandelier completes the room.
Several patterns and a rich color scheme were the focus of designer SuzAnn Kletzien's plan for this eclectic living room. A vibrant green accent wall frames the bay window area, while a brick wall provides a rustic edge behind a soft black chenille sofa. Kletzien paired together a black vintage Persian rug with two other rugs, including one with a modern blue and white chevron design, to create a layered look.