Senior Market Editor Kai Ethier shares which hue she’s crushing on right now.
Rich, lively and full of optimism, this bold hue is bringing our pastoral fantasies to life. Fresh Green’s lush look evokes the rolling hills of Ireland — the ideal escape after a long, gray winter. If you’re not ready to embrace a full field of clover, don’t fret; just a blade of this versatile hue is sure to invigorate your spirits. Either way, spring is here and luck is in the air!
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energized powder room feels connected to nature, thanks to the rich green beadboard walls.
Photographer: Haris Kenjar
Source: House & Home March 2020
Designer: Heidi Caillier
This bright and cheerful nook in designer Cynthia Ferguson’s
saturated bijou home is the perfect place to start your day! Green hues tie together the maximalist armchair, textured wallpaper and a built-in that’s swathed in Sherwin-Williams’ Pickle.
Photographer: Donna Griffith
Source: House & Home September 2020
Designer: Cynthia Ferguson
Gold and verdant wallpaper in this
elegant home office evokes peace and inspiration. “Green symbolizes growth, hope and harmony, so it’s no wonder we’re embracing it with open arms right now,” says Kai.
Photographer: Janet Kimber
Source: House & Home July/August 2020
Designer: Colin Blanchard & Kenneth McRobbie, 31 Westgate
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Green cabinets are on-trend for kitchens, but this particular shade of shamrock feels fresh and new in a laundry room by Florida designer
Photographer: Eric Piasecki, Otto
Source: House & Home March 2021
Designer: Andrew Howard
Hunter green pendant lights add a fun pop of color to the crisp white walls in this
Photographer: Kim Jeffery
Source: House & Home May 2019
Designer: Cameron MacNeil
A green lacquered front door makes a memorable first impression in this
lively Toronto home.
Photographer: Alex Lukey
Source: House & Home August 2019
Designer: Robyn Rider
Author: Harleen Sidhu & Victoria Marchisello
House & Home March 2021