What Hue Would You Do?

If you had to pick one accent color for your home, what would it be? I’ve sat on the fence of late, jumping between poppy, navy blue and occasionally orange – it is the color of the year afterall. 

But after spying a particularly stellar home tour, I’ve zeroed in on green. It seems like such a friendly color. And you should began any home design with the goal of it feeling friendly, right?!
While the velvet chesterfield-esque couch is certainly handsomely green focal point, {I give it bonus points for its contrast piping}, I’m actually more smitten with that minty-green side table. I’s the perfect piece to draw the eye to an otherwise dark, and probably forgotten little corner. I just might have to track one down to add a little green goodness to the loft life.
I wouldn’t say no to one of the Stow & Davis teak chairs though! You can check out the rest of this amazing home on Design*Sponge.
photography by Brian Guido and Julia Stotz
12 Comments

12 thoughts on “What Hue Would You Do?

  1. Wow that mint green side table is stellar!! Green is a great color, I've always been a huge fan of kelly green!! Especially with white. I think though that my one accents color would be poppy / tangerine mix against all white.

  2. Love this! Kelly green is one of my favorite colors right now. (In fact both my purse and my coffee cup at this moment are Kelly green!)

    I love incorporating it throughout my home.

    xoxo,
    mon amy

  3. The mint green side table is just lovely!! I would love to pair the minty green color with navy to decorate. xoxo, morgan

  4. I'm starting to fall in love with green too. that couch is gorgeous! I'm travelling to NY next month {after 20 years!} can you suggest any lovely places to visit? I'd love to hear your recommendations! hope you have a wonderful weekend, darling!

    caroline @ patagonia gifts and jewelry

  5. Green is the main accent color in our house and I absolutely love it! I feel like there are so many options with green. Love the blog! Xo

  6. I love green. Think that it is stunning when paired with so many other tones, shades and schemes. Makes a great pop to most palettes.
    Love the simplicity and history of that chair!

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