Before, this 1960s bathroom was an eyesore. While the tiles that cover much of the walls were in good shape, their colors -- green and maroon -- showed the bathroom’s age. In addition, walls painted hunter green made the small room feel even smaller.
An eight foot by four foot Celery Jones original art installation dominates the back wall of this converted garage. Using tones of white cognac, mustard yellow and deep hunter green, the painting evokes a Midcentury Modern vibe and anchors the lounge area of the room.
Baby blue walls are a soft background allowing the bold hunter green marble countertop to stand out in the bright bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the tub and continues into the open door shower. Wood cabinetry pops between the dark countertop and dark gray floor tiles.
The Gardener's Tool Seat is a complete package of portable seating and tool storage. The stool, made of steel and nylon, can be used with the tool bag underneath, or the tool bag can be separated from it via hook-and-loop fasteners. It comes in hunter green and kelly green, sold by UncommonGoods.
A bracket portico designed by Atlanta Decking and Fence, and a vintage-looking light fixture add rustic Craftsman charm to this bungalow's curb appeal throughout the year. Hunter green paint is used for the shutters and portico. The homeowners decorated with small trees in containers holding red and gold ornaments and a festive ball wreath.
Designer Will Wick sought to create a cozy, '70s-style retreat that balances masculine and feminine and modern and vintage in the master bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Wick selected a deep, hunter green for the walls and balanced the shade with lush, cream tones in the headboard, bedding, carpet and drapery. Plush carpet and a sofa covered with faux chinchilla fur add to the retreat vibe.
Gorgeous marbleized tile in blue and green hues covers the outside of this hot tub, which flows into the pool. The Mediterranean style exterior boasts stacked limestone walls, a second-story deck with a pergola and wrought iron deck railing.
A geometric painting on canvas sets the color palette for this breakfast area with the bamboo plant and brown furniture echoing the green and brown hues. The etched glass chandelier, circular rug and round table with chairs visually balance each other with their similar shapes and anchor the room.
Deep, moody green interiors are taking the design world by storm, and bathrooms are no exception. Consider a hue like hunter, olive, forest, jade or emerald for the walls, and balance its intensity with a light, natural wood vanity and jute accents. Matte black fixtures and ceramics complete this look. The trendy palette works well with rustic, modern farmhouse and Southwestern design styles.