From sassy to sublime, these green rooms pulled from our archives prove that verdant hues are forever in style.
Photos by Scot Zimmerman
In Park City, a pivoting chartreuse door brightens the entry of a modern mountain home in Park City. Design by Sparano + Mooney Architecture.
Designer Jason Wilde chose Benjamin Moore’s “Sweet Daphne” to paint the ceiling of a Heber home’s family room to “make the space feel more whimsical and cozy.” A green honeycomb-patterned rug adds to the room’s charm.
Trimmed in white, this lime-colored pavilion creates a chic outdoor living space behind a Federal Heights home in Salt Lake City. Design by Gregg Hodson.
In Orem, a verdigris chandelier lights a traditional dining room freshly dressed in layers of uplifting spring greens
An upstairs media room serves as a stylish guest bedroom, dressed in colorful patterns and luxurious textures. A screen print by Park City artist Elizabeth Carrington inspired the mix of colorful pieces including lounge chairs upholstered in grass-green corduroy by Cowtan & Tout. Design by Flairhunter.
Pots to pillows, furniture to topiaries, varied shades of green enliven an elaborately trellised living area outside a Salt Lake home. Design by Michele Dunker.
In a Salt Lake City residence, a passageway painted Sherwin-Williams “Pickle” leads guests into a kitchen dressed in a citrusy green. Design by Susan Taggart and Warren Lloyd.
A tiny home in the Avenues has big style. Shades of spring green infuse the 720 square foot home with energy and brightness. Design by Dallas Davis.
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