|Hopefully this close-up makes it to your monitor still showing the lovely dappled blend.|
|This view shows how well moss green anchors the massive brick fireplace and the family-sized sectional.|
There isn't a color I like that moss green won't play nice with. It's diplomatic, cozy, traditional, and timeless. It is supportive of boisterous young colors, and soothing with old dusty ones. It can hold it's own against the strongest of personalities, from screaming fuchsia to rebel red. On the other hand, it can fill a room, and still not overpower a conversation between the most delicate tints of rose and thistle. If I decide to recommend moss green to a client, I am never worried it will let them down.
|The lovely thing about blending more than one shade of green is that the wall color has the same organic feel as the wood and stone. Nature rarely displays huge expanses of flat color, so a blended finish can feel more natural, if that's your desire.|
You'll find a whole rainbow of colors in my portfolio, at theartofthehome.com.
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