Above, hunter green walls create a gorgeous yet intimate feel in Frances Merrill’s home, featured in Domino.
Green is an under-appreciated color that makes an incredible impact in a room. From a decorating standpoint, greens have the power to make a room feel soothing.Â It’s true no matter how intense the hue: A living room in soft greens has a calming presence, while a more intense emerald gives a cozy quality that’s also unmistakably luxe. But green may make a big comeback in the new year â€” Pantone named an intense yellow-green shade called “Greenery” its color of the year for 2017. No matter if you go with soft or saturated shades, a hint of green might be what you need to update your interiors. Here are just a few of our favorite pieces currently available at Viyet, all in green:
Why we love it:Â An elegant form gives this custom wood console a sculptural feel. But the main reason we fell in love with this piece is the faux malachite veneer. All in all, this console is a piece that makes a splash in any setting.
Why we love them: A deep green lacquer is an unusual yet chic choice for these side tables curated by The Good Eye Gallery. The tinted beveled glass top allows you to glimpse the well-crafted classical forms from any angle. Genuine bronze accents also add an eye-catching quality to these unique tables.
Why we love it:Â A range of cool green hues adds depth and interest to a classic motif in this exquisite rug. TheÂ overdyed effect allows the handcrafted wool rug to work in the widest range of settings, from boho to contemporary.
Why we love them: Yet another vintage piece in our New Arrivals category, these impeccable chairs caught our eye for the way the deep green lacquer gives a new feel to a familiar form. The set can go traditional or eclectic, depending on how you style them.
Why we love it: Not all greens have to be intense to make an impact in a room. This gorgeous accent chair is upholstered in a muted green that reminds us of sun-faded sea glass. The linen upholstery visually softens the unique shape of the chair, allowing it to fit into a wider range of décor styles than a bolder hue would.