Lime Green is shocking. Because of this, it’s sometimes best in small doses; other times it’s fun to go all out and use as much of the shade as you can. What’s best for you depends on your personality and your space. I really love the lime green door in this dining room: you can make it disappear, or with the door open you can make it the biggest part of the room!
Image on L via Decor Pad. Image on R via Lucas Allen.
Here are some lime green — or citrine, or yellow-green, or chartreuse — pieces to get you started on a collection of punchy greens. Sometimes all you need is a single shot of color to brighten your day…and your decor!
Images from pillow at top: Ogee Embroidery Linen Pillow in Green by Trina Turk (image via Clayton Gray Home); Faux Bamboo Mirror by Bungalow 5 (image via Bungalow5); Lime Green Tea Kettle (image via Crate and Barrel); Glass Pendant Lamp by John Lewis (image via House to Home); Lime Green Drink Dispenser (image via Classic Hostess); Imperial Trellis Pillow in Citrine (fabric by Kelly Wearstler); Lime Green Area Rug by Brink and Campman (image via Domestic Modern); Desk by Young America (Image via Baby Earth)
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