The one-and-a-half acres making up this remarkable property sit on a bluff overlooking the Caribbean in St. Barts. The buildings—there are eight in all—represent the classic Caribbean architecture: white wood shingle sides topped with a green roof.
For a tone-on-tone effect, the formal dining room is equipped with several tints and shades of spring green. This subtle change in color adds a layered effect that’s elegant and understated but tonally in check with the greens seen in the adjacent great room. Layering several shades and tints of the same color is an excellent way to introduce color into your home without the hues becoming too contrasted or intense.
Transitional Dining Room With Green Floral Wallpaper
A sophisticated billiard light with a drum-shade trio provides soft lighting in this bold-colored transitional dining room. A large dark wood dining table allows the bold green, white and gray floral wallpaper to stand out in the space, covering the walls in a fun, lively design.
Traditional luxury meets New England charm in the green and white bespoke chef's kitchen. Wraparound cabinets provide for every storage need and a central island is a gathering spot for hosts and guests alike.
The lime-green family room is connected to the kitchen in this open-concept home. The vibrant green walls are complemented by white trim and shelving. An oval-shaped wood coffee table is flanked by a pair of retro-patterned chairs and a brown sofa.
Covered and enclosed on three sides, this outdoor room links to the rest of the home via sliding doors in both the dining and living rooms. When nights get chilly, a pellet stove heater in the corner warms the space.
This open concept living room and kitchen has a contemporary yet welcoming vibe. Perfect for entertaining, the space features a large island and bar stools. The pale green flows from the kitchen to the living room and creates a cohesive feel.
This light and airy kitchen is livened up by a bright pop of color, in this case a bright green on the base cabinets. Glass-front cabinets and a paneled and beamed ceiling serve to add extra character.
Green and White Contemporary Kitchen With Stainless Steel Range
Industrial accents in this contemporary kitchen (the stainless steel range, teardrop pendant lights) blend seamlessly with softer elements (green mosaic tile backsplash, white cabinetry) to create a truly stunning, totally chic effect.
As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement. Although this space receives no natural light, the bold Kelly green walls give it fresh personality. The ultra-white floor and wainscoting counterbalance the green's intensity.
Lighten up a heavy, closed-off kitchen by converting your ordinary cabinets to open shelving. The kitchen shown belongs to blogger Judy Meek, who first tried open shelving in 2011 and documented her steps for her readers. “I have loved the open shelf concept,” Meek says. “Besides the open shelf over the peninsula, I’ve also opened up a shelf over the dishwasher for glasses, a shelf over the coffeemaker for cups and a long cabinet over our cooktop for our everyday dinnerware. The key is filling the shelves with items you use often.” Meek started by painting her oak cabinets white, and is now changing over to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ with wax, which makes spill cleanup a snap.
Floral Patterned Wallpaper and Blue and Green Argyle Floor in Dining Room
This colorful dining room elegantly blends patterns to create a sweet, feminine space. The blue and green argyle floor that flows in from the kitchen complements the floral patterned wallpaper. The distressed, green farmhouse table and the pink cushions to accent tie the whole space together.