Technically there is no fruit in this picture, but to me, it's the most green apple-y of the bunch. Paired with off-white, the punchy hue really shines.
Royal blue and bright white feel so refreshing with green — like a Wint-O-Green mint.
Here's the same palette translated in a living room. Fresh!
This thin strip of green backsplash works the same magic.
Chartreuse up the walls and on the ceiling make this room feel like the inside of a tart Granny Smith. Yum.
If there's no way you'd ever be able to eat all those apples before they start to spoil, you could consider a few fakes. Don't worry; we won't tell.
Go green on your floors for some unexpected bold color underfoot.
Notes of green trail across this open living area, starting in the accent pillows, moving to the artwork above the fireplace and apples on the table, and continuing in the color of the dining room chairs.
One simple vessel plus a bag of apples equals an easy modern centerpiece.
Those may be lemons in that jar, but the art is all about the apple.
The ribbon of greenery outside of the windows is mirrored in the stripes of the drapes.The color continues on the table, with warm terracotta as the accent color.
Get comfortable; we've got a lot of peeling to do.
So technically these are pears, but that back wall color screams green apple to me.
The perfect fruit that never goes bad: a Jonathan Adler Apple Pillow.
In this small kitchen, a kettle and a pair of cups are all it takes to introduce an accent color.