Go Green: St. Patty’s Day Design
Ok so going green can mean a lot of different things. First, I like to think of it as doing things efficiently and sustainably, like my First to the Future home with NextGen. Eco-friendly is always trending in my book…
But going green today also means embracing a little luck of the Irish! So I thought it would be a good idea to share a few different “green” designs I’ve spotted on the web recently. Hey… I may not be Irish, but I know cool design when I see it. Check out some ideas below…
Emerald was Pantone’s 2013 color of the year, but this emerald sofa is still turning heads in 2014!
Small accents like these lamps and throw pillows add a simple touch of green to your decor.
Repurpose old wine bottles for an eclectic green display.
Throwback vintage storage solution.
Bright green staircase runner makes the climb totally worth it.
Intense green kitchen by Miles Redd.
Designer Liza Giles adds some green hues with patterned, vintage wallpaper.
Spring into the outdoors with a splash of Irish pride! Now that’s green thinking…
Does this outdoor furniture need landscaping? Either way, it’s totally awesome!
Bring the luck of the Irish to the neighborhood… green mid-century residence spotted on Houzz.
Modern architecture with a lime twist, also on Houzz.
And I couldn’t forget to add a hilariously appropriate joke into the mix… ha!
Ok your turn: Share some St. Patty’s Day design inspiration in the comments below.
And have a happy (and safe) Irish hoiday!