With green hued stones gaining popularity by the second, this vibrant color is no longer limited to residential projects and lately there has been a shift towards it’s use in commercial spaces. As we mentioned in our previous blog, the stone’s rare hue makes it very sought after while it’s transitional color beautifully complements a variety of spaces. Green is a color that brings us closer to nature and evokes a feeling of zen. Green has been a growing popularity among the design industry for a while, due to its versatility and ability to imbue a space with a richer feel. Its unique attributes and eye-catching hue makes it a perfect wall feature. We have selected a few of our favorite inspirational wall installations below that feature this moody, earthy tone.
Upscale fashion brand, Céline, Rodeo Drive Boutique
Showcasing Jade Onyx bookmatched panels for a bold interior feature wall.
Photo credit: Stone World
Céline, Shanghai L’avenue Boutique
Photo credit: Céline
Prada’s Pasticceria Marchesi- Milan Boutique
Walls are beautifully clad in minty marble which elongates the space while adding a
bold pop of color.
Architect: Roberto Baciocchi // Photo Credit: Architectural Digest
Alchemist Jewelry Boutique- Miami Design District
Featuring sage-hued Costa Esmeralda granite in three contrasting finishes –
bush-hammered, honed and polished.
Architect: Rene Gonzalez // Photo Credit: Interior Design Magazine and Architectural Digest
Villa Cologne, Germany
Featuring an Irish-green cladded quadmatched wall.
With a fresh green bookmatched Verde Paradiso backsplash in the private spa.
Designed by: ASH // Photo Credit: KMD
Tiffany & Co.- Soho Boutique
(as previously shown here)
Showcasing a beautiful wall of Amazzonite granite adding a dramatic focal point to the space.
Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. and DDI magazine
Haynes and Boone, LLP: Houston, Texas
Featuring a forest green diamondmatch wall installation
Designed by Rottet Studio ll Photo Credit: Rottet Studio
Soho Bay Restaurant in Miami Beach, Florida
Featuring a green onyx backlit sushi bar
Photo Credit: Soho Bay Restaurant