The main features in our Green this Look! inspiration today include a beautiful picture wall, vibrant turquoise chairs, and a relaxing daybed. The repeating picture frames add to the architectural look of the room. This room can only be improved by making it eco-friendly! Find out how by reading more...
To Recreate This Look
- Using two chairs you already own, paint them turquoise with low VOC paint.
- If you already own a table that's a bit worn for the wear, no problem here. Cover it with an organic tablecloth.
- Using multiples of the same picture frame, hang a cluster in a grid-like pattern. (Tip: Write on small sections of tape, rather than directly on your wall in order to have the option to reposition your marks and to prevent dirtying your wall.)
- Hang only black and white maps. The uniformity in color and subject matter gives this room subtle sophistication. (Shown here: 19th-century military maps of France, commissioned by Napoléon III.)
- Using two small side tables you already own, paint them white with low VOC paint.
The Find It! products listed here reflect a contemporary and eco-friendly take on this traditionally styled room. The color palette is the same.
1 Inspiration living room designed by John Dransfield & Geoffrey Ross featured in Elle Decor
2 Ribba frame, 14.99 from Ikea
3 Original ink drawing, $160.00 from Studio KMO.
4 Non-toxic paints, starting at $11.99 from Mythic Paint
5 Simone Daybed, $999.99 from Crate & Barrel
6 Stockholm Side Table, $99.00 from Ikea
7 Shower curtains work as tablecloths too. Amy Butler Bucharest 72" x 72" Fabric Shower Curtain, $39.99 from Bed Bath and Beyond
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(Images as linked)