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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Classic Green With Brown

under the eaves ~ Ron Sharkey's home in upstate NY. Image by Kelly Merchant.
And North
Classic green and brown caught my eye on pinterest this week. 

It is an interesting color way that can take you to a new level of styling based on the deep greens and warm browns.
Southern Living Idea House Charlottesville Bunny Williams
Hooked on Houses

The combination creates a rich, and comfortable palate to decorate with. Anything added is a bonus, ceramic oxblood lamps and oriental runner plus dog! 

Keeping room with custom framed memories.  The beach art piece at top is a placemat from a restaurant near Normandy in France I brought home from a trip!!!
Penny Ball

The green in this vignette helps to draw the eye around and see the other colors featured. Mixing the blue into the brown, green and oxblood red gives a sense of cozy! 

A Classic Country Kitchen

A pale green paint and natural wood furnishings create a very congenial feel, understated and comfortable
Los complementos téxtiles (cojines sobretodo) son geniales para cambiar de color nuestra estancia en un momento y comparado con otros objetos de decoración no tienen un precio excesivamente caro, por eso es una apuesta ideal para las decoraciones low cost.
Samantha Hammack

Punched with black and white the rich green and dark brown become sophisticated bed mates!
A Breezy South Carolina Beach House

Bamboo green and brown brings the south into your room. Think of the color of Bamboo fronds in your southern garden landscape. 

I pin the visuals off of pinterest almost everyday and then when I am looking for some material to write about I go into my file and am always delighted to find a thread of pins that relate to each other. In this case, with out thinking, I pinned the green and brown color palate!  

Thursday morning musings!

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