Photo by Jessica Klewicki Glynn; Design by Lindsey Herod; Styling by Liz Strong

This soothing hue feels extra on trend with these standout colors by its side.

By Marisa Spyker
Styling by Olga Naiman
Photo by Annie Schlechter; Design by Christina Murphy; Styling by Olga Naiman
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Clover Green and Celery Ice, Benjamin Moore

This all-natural duo is reminiscent of the views right outside the window. “Celery green is so fresh and springy,” says designer Christina Murphy. “I love it paired with deeper shades of the same color, like a palm frond green. It really plays off the green shades seen out the windows.”

Photo by Jessica Klewicki Glynn; Design by Lindsey Herod; Styling by Liz Strong
Courtesy of Benjamin Moore

Wales Green and Peachy Keen, Benjamin Moore

In this Palm Beach kitchen, the lightened up shade of green has a limey tint, so designer Lindsey Herod brought in yellow accessories and a chandelier painted the perfect shade of peach. It feels “like one big bowl of citrus,” says Herod.

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Mint Condition and Ebbtide, Sherwin Williams

Like the seas and the trees, blue and green are a natural match. To create a feeling of calm, go with shades on the softer side, with just enough contrast so one (or the other) pops. Splash one on the walls and highlight the other shade through accessories.