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  • Stacey Merrill

    232 Rooms By Color from Martha Stewart

  • Isis Adventure

    Paint It Green A great unifier, green can be used to bring together different decorative elements. In this family room, all of the details are painted the same shamrock green. Green molding wraps around the room like a bright ribbon; the same color emphasizes the lines of the table and chairs. A graphic check fabric plus paint in matte and glossy finishes keep the overall look from becoming monotonous. A felt table mat in a deeper olive provides the final punctuation.

  • Susan Telfer

    See the "Paint It Green" in our Green Rooms gallery

  • Tracy Guardipee

    Color for kitchen cabinets

  • Cassi Murakami

    GREEN Dining Room :: A great unifier, green can be used to bring together different decorative elements. In this family room, all of the details are painted the same shamrock green. Green molding wraps around the room like a bright ribbon. A graphic check fabric plus paint in matte & glossy finishes keep the overall look from becoming monotonous. A felt table mat in a deeper olive provides the final punctuation. :: GOOD IDEA: Like the shelf display. | #greens #livingroom #marthastewart

  • Victoria Giardini

    White walls, colored trim

  • Harley McDowall

    green office-- love the use of space in the wall!

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