This refreshingly crisp, pastel-but-not-prissy shade is the comeback color of the moment. (Fortunately, designers haven't shied away from its retro roots). Here are 10 fun ways to infuse your home with this vintage color.
Designer Meredith Ellis smartly schemed this powder room around its original green tile.
Take a cue from the designers at Brockschmidt & Coleman and give a staid space a top-to-bottom refresh with Farrow & Ball's Arsenic.
Add a pop of mint green to your kitchen with vintage-inspired appliances. For a similar look, try , which fuses midcentury charm with modern technology. (And any appliance maker who includes "Jadite Green" in its colorways is cool with us.)
Try a patch of herbs (mint, perhaps?) in this stately 9" vessel.
This softly hued carbon-steel piece offers industrial appeal without feeling overtly “factory.”
Made from eco-friendly rubberwood, this simple-yet-sturdy piece adds a practical sort of pretty to a mudroom.
A chippy green finish gives this one-of-a-kind workstation showstopper cred.
The flatter, shallow shade on this indoor-outdoor fixture casts a wide swath of light.
Corral all sorts of counter-crowding odds and ends in this roomy, steel vessel.
Perfect for a sunroom, this table has a country-coastal, found-it-at-a-Florida-resale-shop vibe.