Pairing Colors With Chartreuse

When thinking of accent colors, keep chartreuse in mind. Varying from yellow-green to green-yellow, chartreuse pops when paired with black and white. The color shines alone, but it also can be muted with gray and tan.
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November 25, 2014
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A Pretty Pair

Pairing chartreuse with white gives the room a bright, clean and fun tone.

Chartreuse Standout

With white as the backdrop, chartreuse chairs, lights and wall color are a knock-out.

Chartreuse Accents

Using a brighter orange and gray with white allows chartreuse to shine.

Muted Chartreuse

Using the green-yellow chartreuse, the accent pillow and back wall appear dampened by the burnt orange, stormy gray and dark brown furnishings.

Almost Neutral

Dimming chartreuse down to a light green-yellow keeps within the neutral theme of this khaki, tan and off-white room.

Chartreuse Stands Alone

With white trim, chartreuse is used alone to enliven an entryway.

Spectrum of Chartreuse

The way these tiles capture light creates a spectrum of chartreuse colors, from bright to deep green. Keeping the rest of the bathroom colors muted allows these colors to shine through.

Blue and White With a Twist

The classic blue-and-white combo becomes bold with dark chartreuse walls.

Keeping It Green

Pairing chartreuse with jade and emerald bodes well in this living room. Notice the choices in wall, floor, trim and accessory color are neutral.

A Bright Delight

Chartreuse mixes well with bright red, yellow and blue.

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