Green Waterproof Blinds
Californian Interior designer Martyn Bullard bought a house, which was once owned by Dennis Hopper and Andy Warhol was his guest there for a while. The makeover kicked off in the kitchen and his colour of choice was green, echoing the lush garden beyond the windows.
London-born Bullard says he chose green because it’s a “sanctuary” colour and it brings the outside in. He has teamed up neutral shades and brass fittings. He says the choice was a “no-brainer”.
If the creme-de-la-creme of designers are singing green’s praises, then perhaps you should look at our Waterproof greens. There’s only three in our range at the moment, but each one is a strong contender.
Bullard used a green close to our Unilux Green, but if you’re not quite ready to be quite so adventurous, there’s a toned down version Staten Lime.
Green is a great choice for a kitchen because some of its tones are good enough to eat. Our Waterproof greens are easy to keep clean, but will almost definitely complete the scene.
A different take on green is Toro Pewter, which has a verdigris emphasis. This would be ideal for heritage bathrooms with ball-and-claw tubs and chequered black and white floors.