The right color palettes can influence style and form — they don’t have to be limited by a single design aesthetic that the color is trending in. A bold or subtle tone on the walls can impact a space, no matter how the rest of the room comes together. You truly can dissect color inspiration from anywhere and implement it into your home in a personal, stylish way.
Case study: Emerald green. We love it. There’s something welcoming, lively and sophisticated about this color. It’s both surprising and familiar when used as a foundational color in a space. These examples show green used beautifully in a range of styles and contexts — transitional, traditional and minimalist styles have all embraced this vibrant hue. Click through and start thinking how to bring it into your own home. –Lauren