The surrounding, rolling landscape of this Malibu home influenced designer Bruce Bolander’s use of green on the cabinets and appliances in this kitchen.
This New Zealand beach bach (pronounced “batch”) has a view of coastline in front and a lush andscape in the back that seamlessly blends in to the home’s exterior.
Adding lime green paint to the built-in bookshelves and plywood wall of this home office in Tokyo creates a cheerful energy.
The soothing green atmosphere of this Newport Beach living room clearly invites luck—after all, it belongs to the Urban Decay cosmetics founder and Volcom CFO. "Their brief to me for the house was that they loved color, and they wanted a happy place that was very utilitarian," says designer Bruce Bolander.
Australian architect-sculptor duo Cat Macleod and Michael Bellemo chose relaxing shades of green for the exterior of their industrial designed home.
Inside, a yellow-green wall stretches the height of the living space, adding a feeling of spaciousness to the loft-like area.
Splashes of sea green in the beam and Acapulco chairs of this open-area living space in Madrid add a calming touch to the mostly black-and-white space.