Part yellow, part blue—or part warm and part cool—green is said by some to evoke Mother Earth and by others, the color of money. These three represent fresh takes; think of them as less stately than dark forest green and more formal than bright
6 Red and Green interior decorating ideas
Traditional bedroom with green pinstriped walls. Green velvet headboard, floral curtains, coral velvet armchairs, red bedside tables and blue velvet settee on the foot of the bed and a large leopard print rug. Love the pay of patterns, textures and colors! Interior Designer: Summer
Vintage furnishings in a space with contrasting colors red and green. Magazine: The World of Interiors July 2014 Photo: Antony Crolla Image Description: Berger rug in the home of Luca Vitali comes from the High Atlas, whilst the Secession desk is by Josef Hoffmann,
Interesting modern/contemporary living room with black, red and orange rug, black velvet sofas, green, tufted chartreuse ottoman and white walls with timber paneled ceiling. Interior Designer: Yanic Simard from Toronto Interior Design Group
Interesting foyer with a dominating tree wallpaper, splashes of green and red in a neutral base. Love the geometric rug. There is a nice play of patterns in this space. Interior Designer: Timothy Whealon (timothywhealon.com) Park Avenue Apartment featured in House Beautiful, June 2009
The World of Interiors Magazine Cover March 2014 The woodland shelter of Martin Orozco, who nurtured a passion for sheet metal since childhood, seeing his native Argentinian countryside dotted with train sheds, sheep huts and soldiers’ barracks.