Go Green: St. Patty’s Day Design

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 sofa | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Emerald was Pantone’s 2013 color of the year, but this emerald sofa is still turning heads in 2014!

Accent Lamps | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Small accents like these lamps and throw pillows add a simple touch of green to your decor. 

Vintage vases | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Repurpose old wine bottles for an eclectic green display. 

Vintage storage | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Throwback vintage storage solution. 

Green Staircase | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Bright green staircase runner makes the climb totally worth it. 

Lacquered kitchen | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Intense green kitchen by Miles Redd.

Vintage wallpaper | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Designer Liza Giles adds some green hues with patterned, vintage wallpaper.  

Bright doors | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Spring into the outdoors with a splash of Irish pride! Now that’s green thinking…

Outdoor furniture | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Does this outdoor furniture need landscaping? Either way, it’s totally awesome! 

Mid Century Design | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Bring the luck of the Irish to the neighborhood… green mid-century residence spotted on Houzz.

Modern Architecture | Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

Modern architecture with a lime twist, also on Houzz.

Go Green: St. Patty's Day Design

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!