Going {Lime} Green, In Unexpected Places

green-tub

Now this is the kind of lime you want around your bathroom tile, right? I love color (and lime happens to be my favorite), so I have no problem painting any room a bold one. I actually have a harder time restraining myself, and leaving the walls white or neutral. But these images remind me that keeping it simple allows a strong accent color to make a statement and really create an interesting space. And it can be the simplest thing: I mean, who really thinks of bathroom pipes as design elements? Apparently some people do, and I’m thankful for that.

green-pops

Above: tub / floor / sink / countertop / gate / bathroom / camper (source unknown);

Below: Pool table / concrete (?) floor / ceiling

green-pops-2

One thought on “Going {Lime} Green, In Unexpected Places

  1. I love the lime. Especially the bathtub. Different.

    jotsnap wrote:

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