The color prognosticators at Pantone have named turquoise the shade of 2010, but we’re more enamoured of dark greens lately—especially in combination with black and white.
Above: A Parisian apartment, via Interior Design.
Above: A room photographed by Louis Lemaire.
Above: The office of Anna Dorfman of Door Sixteen.
Above: A green industrial pendant in a loft kitchen, photo by Lisa Cohen.
Above: Jane Whitfield’s country house in France, featuring an ebony table by Astier de Villatte flanked by Herman Miller chairs; photo by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer for the Telegraph.
Above: A spiral staircase painted green, photographed by Ditte Isager.
Above: A dark green Aga cooker in a kitchen by Mark Guard Architects.
Above: Green Prouvé chairs in a Parisian apartment photographed by Bruno Suet.
Above: A green Jielde lamp in a Spanish bedroom, via Yatzer.
Above: A green task light in a kitchen photographed by Hotze Etsma.
Above: A green tile backsplash in a bath by Los Angeles–based Guga Architecture.
Above: Shades of green in an interior photographed by Jac de Villiers.