Gorgeous in Greens & Grays

Inspired by a china collection in a true grass green hue, this dining area blends traditional furniture with updated, soothing colors and geometric patterns. Allowing the green shades to pop, a light gray and white combination graces the wall and rug in complementary geometric patterns. Continuing the theme, a white and gray buffalo check-patterned fabric covers the traditional dining suite’s chairs. The ceiling is also painted a light gray, as well as the fireplace mantel. Uniting the green and gray is a custom fabric pattern of flowered vines found in the window treatments, upholstered wingback chair, ottoman, and hand-painted console. Pops of green are continued in the vases, woven placements, artwork, and greenery.

 

Interior designer: Marsha Yessick, ASID, NCIDQ, Yessick’s Design Center
Homeowners: Barbara and Pat Coyle

 

Photography by Beacon Imagery

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