A home with green walls and bold black and white accented textiles: Stove Pipe House.
Verdant green walls in a vibrant yet subdued shade that blankets the space and flows throughout the home, bringing the vibrancy of nature indoors.
Against these lush green walls, white trim pops brightly to accentuate architectural details. Molding and baseboards provide clean lines, allowing the green color to take center stage.
In the living room, sunlight streams in through tall windows, bouncing off the vivid green walls and giving the whole space a sun-dappled garden vibe. The green is balanced by a black and white area rug in an graphic floral pattern. Black outlines boldly define white flowers, creating sharp contrast against the organic backdrop.
This black and white scheme continues with the curtains, which feature a striking black and white buffalo check. These classic prints keep the look feeling current and tailored. Black accents in the metal frames of the coffee table and dining chairs provide another modern contrast while white upholstery and pillows pop against the dominant green.
The homeowner embraces the enlivening spirit of the color green. Houseplants in wicker pots accent every room, soaking up the natural light. Little green details like green in the throw pillows and artwork can be found across surfaces, complementing the verdant walls. The paint on the walls is Farrow & Ball Green Smoke.
The bedroom with black and white wallpaper, dark bronze and black accents, in a maximalist cottagepunk style.
The focal point of the bedroom is the statement wallpaper featuring a pattern of playful botanicals. The wallpaper brings a contemporary twist to the traditional bedroom by covering not just one accent wall but wrapping around to envelope the space in the intricate pattern.
Above the headboard, the green paint continues across the ceiling. The bed’s black iron frame adds a vintage industrial vibe. A mix of black and green patterned pillows pile atop the bed, varied in size and print for a lived-in feel.
A warm wood dresser, provides storage. The fireplace is a focal point in this bedroom while also acting as a display for maximalist layered decor. An eclectic collection includes stacks of books, a bust and a vase. The chaotic yet curated styling echoes the intensity of the wallpaper for a boldly decorative statement.
The green paint color on the ceiling and walls of the bedroom in Ho Ho Green by Little Greene.
The small kitchen packs a punch with it’s greenery and cottagecore charm.
This interior design celebrates the vibrancy and life green brings to a home. Bold black and white accents and patterns provide modern punctuation, but green unabashedly rules this interior kingdom. The homeowner seems to live by the motto “you can never have too much green” – and every room in this house certainly embodies that.