Guest Picks: Green Cures the Blues
These large glass bottles come in varying shades of green and are real stunners on a table or console.
You can't eat these green apples, but you can enjoy their fresh look in a bowl or glass container.
Grow herbs inside. They'll be great to cook with, and as an added bonus, the plants will look and smell terrific.
Live topiary plants like these are real stunners and add a lot of life to a room.
This green and natural doormat adds just a little zip every time you enter your home.
Paperwhites are great bulbs for forcing during January and February. It's so nice to have a little outside inside.
A moss ball or two looks great on a mantel or atop a white vase.
I have always wanted to try my hand at growing a bonsai tree or garden. This winter might just be the right time.
This squirrel pillow makes me smile. A quirky touch like this often makes a room, I think.
The fiddle-leaf fig/ficus is really the indoor plant to have if you have strong light.
This tea towel with a green grape design is the perfect graphic addition to the kitchen.
Splurge on this lime green leather chair if you can. The color would always make you happy.
Keep fresh cut foliage or flowers in clear vases like this great square one.
I love this chartreuse console. It's a nice mix of Asian and traditional styles, and the color rocks.
Jonathan Adler is the best for fun decor, and this classic yet happy green design is no exception.
I like the raised design on these green tumblers. They are an inexpensive way to add a little zip in the kitchen.
Add a little life to your space with a moss terrarium. It has a great look for little fuss.
These blue/green zinc pots have such a natural aged look. They are great for a small easy-to-care-for plant.Next: Color Guide: How to Work With Green
Chartreuse is the most "fun" green shade, I think. And it works well with the ivory in this ikat pattern.