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Greens If you're looking for a green with a little zip, give fern greens a whirl. "These greens are energetic. They work well in homes with families because they match the vibrancy of active kids," says Jill Goldberg, a Boston interior designer. To select a fern green that isn't acidic, look for paint colors with gray undertones. "They add longevity to a color and keep it current," Jill says.

Greens If you're looking for a green with a little zip, give fern greens a whirl. "These greens are energetic. They work well in homes with families because they match the vibrancy of active kids," says Jill Goldberg, a Boston interior designer. To select a fern green that isn't acidic, look for paint colors with gray undertones. "They add longevity to a color and keep it current," Jill says.

I am thinking about painting the living room walls this Scallion green. I've chosen some dark chocolate and or espresso living room furniture which I think will great with this color. The trim and base board will be painted white. The floors are laminated in a blonde color actually about the color in the background of this picture. I think it will all look great.

I am thinking about painting the living room walls this Scallion green. I've chosen some dark chocolate and or espresso living room furniture which I think will great with this color. The trim and base board will be painted white. The floors are laminated in a blonde color actually about the color in the background of this picture. I think it will all look great.

One Room Challenge - Week 5: The Photo Shoot | Interiors for Families | Kelly Rogers Interiors Benjamin Moore Colonial Verdigris

One Room Challenge - Week 5: The Photo Shoot | Interiors for Families | Kelly Rogers Interiors Benjamin Moore Colonial Verdigris

Not sure if you want a round bouquet or a cascading bouquet to take down the aisle? Read this graphic first via DestinationWeddings.com to learn more.

Not sure if you want a round bouquet or a cascading bouquet to take down the aisle? Read this graphic first via DestinationWeddings.com to learn more.