I happen to be partial to “acid greens,” a family of yellow-green hues that are chameleons in terms of design styles. These green bathroom accents work perfectly with any wood tone – even the difficult reddish ones. White, gray, beige and black—other popular colors for bathroom tile and stone — are equally compatible with these plant-hue greens. That can be clearly seen from the fun ’50s inspired Hollywood Regency chartreuse pendant that’s a great focal point over this bathroom vanity. I keep searching for the fixture’s source but so far in vain. Chartreuse was a popular color during the 1950s. My Mom had a chartreuse sofa with black brush fringe on the pillows. Then the color disappeared for a long time.
A vintage clawfoot tub exterior also can benefit from a green bathroom accents makeover. Even in this sedately paneled bath it adds a fresh pop of color that’s reinforced by the small chair and echoed in the mirror, too.
(Source: sunset, paul raeside)
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