A designer once told me that all greens go together. ”It’s because you see so many different shades of green in nature that your eye is comfortable with a mix of greens,” she said. But do some greens play better with others?
“Guilford Green,” Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year for 2015, would be a good candidate for Miss Congeniality in a paint color pageant. Soft on the eye, with a sophisticated grey undertone, this green would be equally at home in a casual guesthouse or a formal salon.
Demure but playful, it’s the color of new growth or the shade of “white” poinsettia leaves. Perfect for spring and wonderful in winter.
All photos from Benjamin Moore.