Shades of Green - Mackenzie & Company Musings

Jun 20, 2018

We've been lucky enough to have spent the week in Lahinch, a small town on Liscannor Bay, on the northwest coast of County Clare, Ireland. The beauty here is like nothing else—with stunning views of the Atlantic and lush, rolling green landscapes around every corner. For today's blog we were inspired by Lahinch to highlight some notable shades of green used in various designs. We hope you enjoy!  

Above, Nicolson’s house in Spitalfields, London, dates to the 18th century and was built for a silk weaver. The exterior woodwork–shutters, front door, and trim–are painted "Green Smoke" in an eggshell finish by Farrow & Ball. (via Remodelista)

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A calm, cool and collected sitting space. Again, Farrow & Ball "Green Smoke" steals the show. Ok—so this color is a forever fave!

Image above via Domino

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Swooning over this kitchen design by Studio McGee! The cabinets are in "Forest Green" by Benjamin Moore.

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A dark green oasis belonging to Homepolish interior designer, Haley Weidenbaum, with walls painted in "Essex Green" by Benjamin Moore

Images above via Tessa Neustadt, article via Style Me Pretty

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A pretty dark-green powder room with shiplap painted in "Vintage Vogue" by Benjamin Moore.

Design by Kate Marker Interiors

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This shaker kitchen in a Victorian home in the heart of london is oh so dreamy, painted in a moody, grey-green called "Flint" by deVOL.

Image above via SF Girl

Hope this inspires! xx Mackenzie & Company

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