Green with Envy
March 16, 2016
by The Finished Space

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we’re tipping the o’hat to the color green! We took to some of our favorite design sites to compile a roundup of some of the best uses of trimwork we’ve seen featuring the color green.

 Jenny Komenda's music room boasts elegant pale green chair rail and crown moulding. Source: Domino Magazine. Photography: Brittany Ambridge

Photography: Brittany Ambridge / Source: Domino Magazine

Author, Jenny Komenda’s music room boasts “Green Blue” by Farrow and Ball from top to bottom. The baseboard, chair rail, crown moulding and architectural elements on the ceiling are painted in the same hue, giving the room a modern feel. To view more of this eclectic space, click here.

Bright green trimwork in family dining room. Source: HGTV Magazine

Photography: Lucas Allen / Source: HGTV Magazine

Eyes are drawn upwards in this lively family dining room, due to the bright green trimwork in the coffered ceiling. The green trim is contrasted with crisp white paneling on the walls making the room feel fresh and airy. To see more of this bright space, click here.

The regal Earl of Bolingbroke Suite, in London’s Batty Langley’s Hotel boasts elegant mossy green trimwork from floor to ceiling. To view more of this unique boutique hotel, click here.

From the paneling the walls and ceiling, to the baseboard, casing and French door, each interior finishing element in this bathroom is painted in the same pale green shade. To view more of this cozy lake house, click here.