It’s no secret that blue has been my favourite colour for a long time, however there is another colour that I have been loving A LOT for quite a while – a few years at least, so I know it’s not just a passing fad – and that is olive green. This colour has been increasingly making its way into my wardrobe. Really, I’m surprised I haven’t brought more of this colour into my interiors yet. When the building work for my home renovation is done, I will definitely be fixing this. Olive green works beautifully with lots of other colours; I especially love it with black and white, pale pink, red, blue, gold and wood tones. Here are 13 inspiring spaces rocking olive tones:
Anthropologie showing how beautifully olive velvet works with white, blue and gold.
Olive with pale pink and grey creating a beautiful bed situation I’d never want to get out of. Image: Fenton & Fenton
Olive and pale pink again, this time with black for a more dramatic vibe. Image: Alexander James for Livingetc November 2017
This French apartment’s chic factor is through the roof! Image: Claude Cartier
The fireplace wall painted in olive green (Sherwin Williams Olive Grove) is stunning against the marble fireplace, crisp white built-ins, blue chair and wood tones. Image: Room For Tuesday
I would love this look for my bathroom. Image: Emily Farnham
A knockout bathroom with a delicious olive and brass vanity. Image: Studio E
Olive kitchen cabinets working beautifully here with wood, brass and white marble. Image: Banda Property
Olive green built-in wardrobes with brass and black to define the dressing area – a gorgeous masculine look. Image: Humbert & Poyet
Colourful and cosy. Image: La Forêt Noire restaurant designed by Claude Cartier
This is another image of the restaurant above: La Forêt Noire, designed by Claude Cartier. This might just be the sexiest restaurant I’ve ever seen. Velvet, curves, black and gold… a total showstopper!
I love the olive velvet curtains in this incredibly luxe bathroom… swoon! Design by TOL’KO Interiors.
What do you think of olive green in interiors? Does it remind you of decades gone by or do you love the modern take on this colour?