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.
HGTV's Design on a Dime transformed this living room with olive green walls and neutral area rug. A mix of vintage pieces – including a vintage trunk-turned-coffee table – feels authentic and relaxed beside a leather sofa.
Four stainless steel barstools and three stainless steel pendant lights follow the line the large island in this spacious kitchen. Hardwood floor and olive green walls add depth to the light and bright look of the white cabinets and fixtures. Neutral tile backsplash gives the timeless design texture.
Olive green walls and dark hardwood floors pair together for a warm, inviting chef's kitchen. A large island provides open and closed storage, while white cabinets surround the perimeter and add lightness to the space. A curved banquette combines with a futuristic table, chairs and light fixture for a cozy breakfast area.
Olive green walls pair with black wainscoting to create a warm, inviting atmosphere in this game room. A contemporary chandelier hangs over the pool table, while sleek wood stools pull up to the bar for the perfect view of the flatscreen TV. Leather sofas make a comfortable spot in the theater area to watch a movie.
A large linen light fixture hangs from the vaulted ceiling in this transitional master bedroom with an olive green accent wall. A vintage area rug provides additional color paired with throw pillows on the neutral bed with a leather headboard.
This white traditional bathroom features neutral subway tile walls, a built-in vanity table, three rectangular mirrors with white frames, oil-rubbed wall sconces, olive green granite countertops, cabinets with beadboard doors, glass knobs and oil-rubbed bronze wall-mounted faucets.
This beautiful front yard pairs edgy, urban elements like concrete walls and gravel with succulents and the silvery green of fruitless olive trees. Clean, contemporary house numbers are the perfect finishing touch.
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.