Get Your Greens

Even Annie Selke, the queen of color, has a fab, toned-down collection this season. Last year’s Kelly green is all grown up! This year, we’ll see a more serene and earthy hue take its place.

Please don’t refer to it as puce or think of the avocado fridge you grew up with, and don’t dare compare it to that country sage from the 1990s. This season’s green tones evoke nurturing and represent luck. And with notes of a gold undertone, they are classic and stunning. Benjamin Moore predicts that its Split Pea will be a hot color in 2009. Those few that haven’t already taken to it will.

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