The hand-painted floral wallpaper by is the star of the show in Marjorie Gubelmann’s Manhattan dining room; an ormolu-and-cut-glass chandelier hangs above the mahogany dining table, and the Venetian mirrors are from a Paris flea market.
The study in Liza Bruce and Nicholas Alvis Vega’s Jaipur apartment, housed in an 1880 mansion by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, features a lime-green wall treatment based on traditional Indian pigments; the bold hue is carried out in the star-shaped light fixtures and the seat cushions on the glossy white custom-made chairs.
The walls of this Hudson Valley living room decorated by are covered in a dusty green fabric, and the sofas are upholstered in a rich olive fabric by ; the tufted chair was purchased at auction, and the mahogany bookcases are custom made.
Interior designer New York dining room is painted a sophisticated army green and is highlighted with a painting by Leo Valledor and early-19th-century Italian chairs upholstered in pale green calfskin; a pair of antique English pine urns from sit on an aluminum-and-blackened-steel dining table by Caravelli.
The neon kitchen cabinetry in Jeanine Lobell and Anthony Edwards’s Manhattan apartment is painted in Bright Lime; the farm sink is by , and the countertops are stainless steel.
In Milan apartment, which was designed by , the Martinique wallpaper (an iconic pattern from the Beverly Hills Hotel) from commands attention and lends an exotic feel to the dining area; the vintage Pace Collection chairs are from .
The library in Amy and Hamptons retreat is painted in Terrapin Green, and the color is reiterated in the valance and curtain trim; the daybed and side tables were purchased at auction in Paris, and the jute rug is by .
In the Tampa, Florida, home of Allison and Robby Adams, decorator used silk wall panels by to create a whimsical look in a girl’s bedroom. A canopy bed features curtains of a fabric and bedding by ; the Italian light fixture is from the 1960s.
Antiques dealers Françoise and furnished a client’s Paris dining room with a Venetian-glass chandelier and a Gilbert Poillerat dining table with a wood top lacquered green; the walls are painted in an airy green.
In decorator Chicago apartment, pale green toile wallpaper and fabric in the master bedroom create a peaceful space, and a 1940s chandelier from adds a touch of glamour; a pair of armchairs in the same green tone enhance the scheme, while a vivid yellow-green lamp provides a jolt of energy.