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Feeling Green

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Thinking Green

Thinking Green 1With summer officially drawing to a close, I’m feeling…and thinking…green. Not sure why. Perhaps with all the lushness of summer peaked out here in Pennsylvania, and that essence in the air that still feels and smells green, but with an edge of change just around the corner, my green inspiration caresses me. Love this room with emerald green walls, white furniture, and tones of gray to set is all off. An elegant thinking green room for any apartment.

thinking greenGreen can be soft and stately in any apartment bedroom. Love the stripe in green and white combo.

thinking greenWhen thinking green for your apartment or home, the kitchen is an awesome place to enjoy this color. This soft sage speaks of seasonal delights and can be highlighted with any choice of stand-out color, like the feature red here. This makes my green inspiration of late summer feeling like it’s about to fall.  🙂

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Green, Pink and Gray

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Feeling Green


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Green with Envy

Green as the treetops….

This extraordinary residence was designed by architect Robert Harvey Oshatz, a sustainable tree house so incredible to look at….

…like living in a piece of artwork….

…and how much more private can you get?

photos by  Cameron Neilson

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Feeling Green…

With spring just around the corner…we think…we are feeling green today and have found some cool ideas for your Bethlehem apartment.  With snow still on the ground in Pennsylvania, this may be a refreshing change of view. We hope so…Love this hip modern living room with lime green walls and accent pieces.  The pillows are gorgeous, and the chairs quite chic.  Found at Lime Light Interiors.ca.

Donna Karan’s  Floral Valley Bedding collection is just right or a green touch to your Bethlehem apartment bedroom.

We find this sage green kitchen refreshing and soothing.  Note the palm plant near the window which adds interest and highlights the empty space. Take some of the hints here to highlight your own kitchen in your Bethlehem apartment.

A clock is always essential in your living space and this smart green find we think is precious…for good reason.  We found this Green dots wall wooden wall clock at The Frog and the Princess….it may be kids stuff, but who will know if they find this in your Bethlehem apartment.

Okay, so I couldn’t resist this one. Having once lived in an apartment that was in an older house, we had antique glass door knobs like these on all the doors, though they were clear white glass.  Found these green depression glass handles at Remodelista.com.

The bathroom is perhaps the coolest place to add a touch of green. Green is a relaxing color, soothes emotions, and steadies heart rhythms.  Green is the color of the heart chakra center. Decorating your Bethlehem apartment bathroom with accessories that feature some green tones, like these from DKNY, will give a subtle hint of this relaxing color.

We love the soft green colors in this Tiffany-style lamp.  The one sitting on my desk right now has the same base. We found this beauty for your Bethlehem apartment at Glassical.com.Artwork is always the final touch to your new apartment.  This green-toned oil on canvas is called Green Agave by Rhonda Raulston.  This would be a nice final touch to any open wall space in your Bethlehem apartment.

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