This transitional kitchen features beautiful gray cabinetry, white quartz countertops and pale green walls. The glass tile backsplash incorporates each of these elements, tying the space's color palette together.
Pale green walls are complemented by blue and orange decor in this eclectic living room. Anchored by a large upholstered sectional and a plush gray rug, this mod space mixes contemporary and retro accessories.
If you love a color, use it! This wall above a fireplace mantel gets its warm touches from large chemist jars filled with green liquid and set in front of a pale green wall and white plates with green touches.
Walls drenched in Sherwin-Williams' Pale Spearmint wake up this otherwise neutral kitchen. Metal barstools from Design Within Reach and industrial-style Tom Dixon pendants create pleasing contrast with the more traditional cabinetry and basketweave tile.
In this comfortable living room, pale green walls help lighten the effect of the dark brown leather sofa, armchair and ottoman. On the rug, mixed vertical and horizontal stripes add fun visual dimension.
A built-in daybed is tucked in a cozy nook in this master bedroom. Comfortable striped cushions match the room's pale green walls, and built-in storage underneath provides the perfect spot to stow away your afternoon read.
A previously empty white-walled living room is now a soothing pale blue, with a light green on the ceiling and the backs of the built-in bookcases. Pale blue chairs and and an ottoman covered in blue-and-green polka dots round out the room's color scheme.
In planning the interiors for this home, the designer wanted to give the spaces an organic, nature-inspired feel that would complement the cabin's woodsy setting. Here, pale green accents echo leaves and trees while tree-trunk prints decorate the wall above the bed.
Wall accessories are kept to a minimum in this traditional bedroom to let the pale green graphic wallpaper stand out. Thick white drapes create a cozy feel at the window and tie in with the luxurious upholstered bed.
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.
Pale orange walls blend with brown wood cabinetry in this transitional kitchen by designer Kerrie Kelly. A dark wood floor runs throughout, and a trio of pendant lights hang above a kitchen island. The seating along the kitchen island faces the gorgeously green outdoor view, which becomes the real star of the space.