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  • Jessica Hargrove

    "What a fresh space for Spring!" I <3 the way this room is decorated because it has the neutral color palette (which I love) and one of my favorite colors - GREEN! I love how green is incorporated into this space w/o overwhelming it.

  • Alicia Tavio

    Green Living Rooms

  • Zee

    Lime green decor ideas for your living room

  • Queen of DRTV

    Neutral room with pops of lime green

  • Designed4 Home

    Green and beige Living Room - the garden stool

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Minus the zebra throw rug, I want everything in this room recreated at my house. I love the green mixture with the black and white and patterns, and the simplicity to it. I've been wanting to do my living room in green for a while now because I feel like it's fresh and alive.

peach, mustard and pale blue, peach coral painted table, #DIY furniture painting, cowhide rug, scandanavian design

white + wood Loving this whole room!!! Especially the wood couches so different and funky

The structure of this room is so invigorating. The windows create a great connection between the indoors and outdoors. And I love the eclectic design elements used to transform this space.

Preserved Boxwoods are a great solution for those of you with not so green thumbs... #spingintothedream

An eye-catching light fixture and bright pops of color make this space feel chic and fresh. More ways to add color to your living room:

House & Home - living rooms - seagrass rug, open concept living room, tall ceilings, stone fireplace, slate gray sofas, dark gray sofas, pair of sofas facing each other, living room furniture layouts, French doors, ivory walls, ivory white wall color, quince green, quince green pillows, quince green armchairs, wicker basket, basket holding firewood,

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Thinking of painting the our paneling in the living room, and adding wood floors like this. This has a very nice look.

that's definitely one way to manage a New York apartment! classy, i like it. big art works on those white walls that you don't want to have to paint and then paint back the next year. :)