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Paints & Palettes: Modern Green

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Paints & Palettes: Modern Green

January 4, 2010

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.

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