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You can never have enough cutting boards, and these green Gripper surfaces bring a whole lot of jolly to prepping meals.
Get rid of pesky plastic bags from the dry cleaner by providing your own reusable garment bag. I love this one from Green Garmento because it keeps my laundry organized.
This firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
Outdoor Ventless Fire Bowl
I love glass tile, and I can't think of a more spa-like experience than encasing your shower and tub in it. It's beautiful. Plus, this recycled version from Lowe's meets my criteria for staying green.
There's nothing more frustrating than getting your desk or media arrangement just right, only to notice a thick mess of cords in plain sight. Hide 'em for good with these self-adhesive managers.
The addition of a console or buffet table can be a great way to store extra dishes while giving you more room to place accessories like picture frames and candles. I like this buffet from Ballard Designs because it's a gorgeous color and will provide much-needed storage in your space.
Adding a piece of art like this print is a great, instant way to give your room a new look and feel.
A poppy, preppy trellis pattern is always the bees knees in my book. Especially in a bright green. However, if it's too much for you, it also comes in Pearl, which is a silvery gray trellis on a cream background.
I chose this option while thinking of how hard it is for me to remove my winter boots sometimes. I believe a fainting couch would make things much easier, although I may never get up.
Edie Velvet Chaise, Green
I think I have just found the solution to several of my deck issues. I happen to have lost every tree in my back yard so have tons of sun and very little privacy. These planters have watering reservoirs that help in a sun-drenched environment and built in trellises that provide some interest and...
Penny rounds are adorable, and this mint green would be so sweet in an all-white kitchen with coral accents.
I love the blue-greens in this damask-very attractive-the thing that is wonderful about wallpaper is how versatile it is, I could see using this in a bedroom, a bath, foyer--any number of different places.
Personally, I think it's Miss Victoria who made this poster so very popular, via her blog, sfgirlbybay. Spread the message during all tough times; I find this charteuse very calming.
Here's a vintage dresser in gorgeous emerald green. This could work for boys or girls, which is good if you aren't finished with your brood.
The play between positive and negative space is fantastic here. The simple color scheme is also a plus. I would use this fabric to make simple cloth napkins.
Duralee Dalesford Green
Switching out an existing lampshade for this green fringed style will add not only color and texture, but also a whole lot of personality.
Crafted of European beechwood and rattan, this charming chair with open scroll-work design, has a custom hand-distressed finish that includes "worm holes," rasping, and rub through.22"W x 22"D x 38.5"T.
Green Scroll Armchair
A calming painting of an open field to let your eyes and mind rest on. A cool color palette provides subtle coloring for a room and a beautiful backdrop to set the tone for your space.
Ethereal Green and Blue...
Modern Green Velvet Sofa
At one end of Mary McDonald's living room is a pair of French-style chairs upholstered in green velvet. You don't have to have the exact same thing and can still get the look with a pair of these tufted beauties.
Flowers, leaves and colors, oh my! This designer cover screams spring. I think it'd be a great addition to a sunroom.
This airy, lightweight coffee table is ideal for the outdoors, and the bright lime green hue is sure to wake up your space.
Green Landon Coffee Table
I am totally gaga over this abstract printed fabric that features exotic architecture. So much so, I want to wrap myself in it, or perhaps have it paper-backed and wrap my walls in it. It's also available in an orange/paprika palette. Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka in 1971.
I first spied this fabric while completing a Houzz Tour. It's by Lee Industries, which is known for sustainable manufacturing practices and eco-friendly finishes. Besides all of those good things, it's simply beautiful to look at.
Air plants are low maintenance, people. I love how they're whimsically tucked inside these clear glass globes. This is such a conversation piece.
This pretty paper boasts a simple, yet elegant trellis pattern that's perfect for an office or a bedroom in need of some life.
This celadon wallpaper is printed with delicate yet striking vines, bringing the garden inside to any room where you choose to hang it.
There is something about a ginkgo leaf pattern that is so restful and beautiful. So much so, you forget about how badly those trees can STINK (It has something to do with planting a male and female tree within a certain amount of space of each other - then they get those STINKGO berries). Anyway, I...
You know what I love about this dining table? A bunch of things. It has a modern look yet it reminds me of a rustic farmtable. It has straight lines that form a bit of a trestle. It uses beautiful wood and it has a Scandinavian look.
I love a lively contrast, though I'm more of a subtle kind of girl when it comes to playing hues off one another. However, this neon green on black nine-drawer chest is a great piece for someone with a mix-and-match approach to decor, and adds some playful personality to an otherwise stark chest of...
Neopolitan 9-Drawer Sideboard...
Houzz Contributor Jonathan Baker says "Who knew straining pasta could be so stylish? And this beautiful colander doesn't just come in lime green, but is available in a myriad of colors (red, baby blue, yellow) that will look just as good on display as they do in action. (Might we suggest using it...