In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I decided to feature some furniture makeovers that have something in common with the emerald isle: EMERALD GREEN. I’ve found a piece of furniture for every room of the house that looks great wearing shades of emerald.
Vibrant green can look stunning when paired with lighter or darker hues. It’s equally spectactular in a modern, high-gloss lacquer or a rustic, weathered finish. If you’ve got a piece of furniture that needs a new look, consider green. It’s a perfect pop of color….and a great way to keep your house from getting pinched this St. Patrick’s Day! I’ve included the paint colors along with links to the DIY tutorials whenever I could.
The upholstery on this pretty settee got it’s green shade from a custom mix of chalk paint at Thirty Eighth Street.
Refabbed campaign dresser at Decor Sanity painted with Sherwin Williams “Envy”.
A fancy corner shelf with green decorative paper lining the shelves at The Turquoise Iris.
“Tavern Green” by The Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company is the new shade on this vintage sideboard by Ferpie and Fray.
Natty By Design updated this antique vanity with high gloss green paint.
Three coats of Krylon “Emerald Green” spray paint was all it took Perfectly Imperfect to restyle this cane chair.
The bright green of this foyer table looks amazing against the black wall at Somerset Lane.
Makely Home made this vintage four poster bed a show stopper by paininting it with Benjamin Moore’s “Cat Eye Green”.
Designer inspired bar stools painted by Rain on a Tin Roof with Rustoleum “Forest Green”.
Sawdust and Embryos framed a stenciled table top with gorgeous emerald green.
I don’t know about you, but I am ready to paint something in a shade of emerald green! Decorating with the color green is so much fun and a fabulous way to wake up a space. Happy painting!