Moss green is having a moment. Its been popping up on runways, in the pages of Architectural Digest, and has even inspired me to paint a client’s butler’s pantry this sumptuous shade. I feel confident, however, that this hue will stand the test of time. Its elegant and warm and pairs beautifully with antique brass accents.
Nina Flohr’s London townhouse, designed by Veere Grenney. The mix of artwork subtly breaks up the green.
Built-ins don’t have to be boring… love the unusual shape and color!
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It is the color we will be painting our client’s butler’s pantry.
The artwork plays up the moss green color on the walls of this hall.
With the black and white marble floors, this kitchen is already a classic.
How to make de Gournay wallpaper even more chic? Add flourishes of gold.
These velvet, moss green Ferragamo flats are perfect for fall.
A lacquer finish elevates the moss green color.
Another stunning room by Veere Greeney Associates, pictured above and below.
It’s an intriguing and beautiful color.