Our Favorite Ways to Decorate With Green
03/17 Styling Guides

Our Favorite Ways to Decorate With Green

Happy St. Patrick's Day! We're sharing our favorite ways to decorate with green. 

Pantone named it color of the year, we wrote about it as one of 2017's biggest trends, and today we have a green themed holiday! We're rounding up everything green today to show you how you can incorporate this color into your decor. Whether you do it with a bold wall color, by incorporating it into wall decor, or with your accessorizing, you can't go wrong! In the interior design world, "trend" can mean something that will stick around for years to come, sometimes even decades! So don't hesitate to commit to green, it's here to stay.

Green Paint

A dark, jewel-toned green instantly sets a moody, glamorous feel for a room. As you go lighter into muted greens, you get rooms that are soft and inviting, just begging to be filled with natural light.

From our Claybourne Project

Photo from Serena & Lily

Design by Lewis Alderson

Design by Holly Marder

Studio McGee Green Paint Guide


We never shy from trying green with our wall art because it's so easy to switch, take down, and rearrange. Giving the green trend a go with your wall art could be the easiest way to try it! Green art almost always brings a natural element to your spaces, giving it a fresh feel and making it versatile with the rest of the space.  Try hanging a piece you love as a focal piece or work it into a gallery wall!

From our Windsong Project


From Foothill Drive

Design by Ginny Branch

If you're feeling intimidated by creating a gallery wall, we made a video to help you get started!


Can't commit to something as big as wall color or artwork? Try out some accessories! This is an easy way to add some green in your life.


Whether you go faux or real, grandeur or desk plant, you can't go wrong with greenery! It makes a space feel fresh and inviting while also enhancing your design. We almost never let a room be without greenery!

Just Plain Pretty Living Room

From our Country Club Traditional Project

From our Haddonfield Project

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  1. Every time I click on the link to the first photos from the Claybourne Project I get sent to a random twitter page and a picture of Ed Sheeran pops up. I think the link is broken.

  2. HI!
    Do you know the exact color or a close one to the mudroom you featured here? love all y’alls work!

  3. I’ve been salivating over the wall color in the office you posted at the top. Can you share the paint color you used? Also: I’m in love with your work!

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