John Barrentine and Chuck Marquardt of the RED Real Estate Group recently sold this stunning Craftsman in Los Angeles' Hancock Park neighborhood, and affirm that the discerning use of color, including classic red and yellow on an olive background, added immensely to the curb appeal.
This olive green cottage-style bathroom comes with a very modern twist: a wall-mounted flat screen TV above the large soaking tub. More of an old-fashioned type? There's also a gorgeous forest view outside the big window.
This Craftsman-style home was designed with "green" features and functionalities throughout. The variations in the roofline and beautiful exterior color choices, “Renwick Olive" and ”Accessible Beige" bring out the Arts and Crafts charm in the exterior. The stone veneer facade creates a cohesive look throughout the landscape.
Against this home office's olive green walls, wood floating shelves are a warm, inviting contrast. On them, artwork is intermixed with books, sculpture and houseplants for a look that's casual and compelling.
Neither bright or pastel; the olive green subway tile backsplash in this kitchen designed by Ryan Christenson of Remodel Works Bath and Kitchen is unusual enough to catch the eye, but classic enough to live with for years.
By pairing crisp white accessories like bed linens, a nightstand and a lamp, this transitional master bedroom is able to remain bright and airy despite olive-colored walls. The custom DIY headboard, pillows and bedspread are neutral, helping to tie the room together.
Designer Kenneth Brown added shimmery olive green window treatments to make a dramatic statement against this bedroom's pale green walls and white floor. The gold- and beige-toned bedding was given a warm dose of color with an aubergine throw and copper accent pillows.