Fresh Green Furnishings

Nothing says spruce up like the color green. From the preppiest greens to the softer shades of apple, going green never looked so good. And now that we understand it a little more thanks to , let's look at some of the hottest home furnishings on the market - all in green, of course!

The dark olive from Blu Dot makes my heart skip a beat. I love it in this space, paired with red, hints of robin's egg blue, and brushed nickel. Excellent color combination.

Want to go a little crazy? Here's a few fun green patterns from Anthropologie. The ditte sofa in , or in . Although this sofa is very expensive, and I'd never purchase it in anything but a solid since I get tired of prints quickly, it is the most comfortable sofa I've ever sat on in my life. My husband even tested it out and loved it. The is another comfortable charmer in soft tufted leather, or go wild with this .

If you prefer a richer green, go with these forest green from Josep Mora. Doesn't green look gorgeous with pure white?

Of course, who can forget some of the classics. The in lime and a wool chartreuse from DWR are great green finds. Another nice seating option is this olive David Mocarski Libre two-seater because it's comfortable and doesn't take up a lot of space. Notneutral has a new collection of with drawers and trays you can add in green (as well as a few other colors), and for all you mid-century lovers out there, the new collection from for Angela Adams is my latest obsession. I love it all (amazing finds), but the pieces shown above in yellow-green have my attention.

One of my favorite sofas out there right now is the from DWR, it's available in both sage and olive green. The sage is my favorite because I prefer the textured fabric over the solid olive, it looks more like canvas and I'm not big on the look of canvas on sofas. Above, it is shown in sage. I love everything about it, the single cushion seat, the arms, the legs, well almost everything except that it's sitting in a DWR showroom right now and not in my living room...

If it's pattern you crave, Urban Outfitters has a ton of new furniture in, one being this great little in a lattice print. Lattice is huge right now, have you noticed?

For something a little more girly, try this in juicy green apple. Here are a few picks from Brocade that ooze with femininity and charm. All green and glorius... A in pear, or a in stem.

Or perhaps you want to add a moss green silk regency headboard to your bedroom. This would look lovely with crisp white bedding (the chocolate satin bedding urban's shows it with is hid-e-ous, whatever you do - it's like a 60's one-nighter hotel.) But the headboard works, I love the shape. If you prefer cleaner lines, but still want a touch of glam, try their velvet instead.


The in lime, from Jonathan Adler is perfection on 4 legs. If you're a Chinese chippendale fan, Tonic Home has a great (not shown) in sage (free shipping!).Not sure if you shop Ballard Designs, I'm part of their designer's program and I've placed several orders with them for clients. Almost all of their soft furnishings are available in a range of fabrics and patterns, several patterns have green as the dominate color. I really like the lines of this .

Any green furnishings that you'd like to suggest?