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Our Latest Color Crush is Perfect for Summer


Summer has only just begun, and we’ve already got a new color crush: chartreuse. Earlier this month, the lemon-lime shade added a tart citrus twist to Resort 17 collections shown by Elie Saab, Bottega Veneta, and Delpozo, among others. The interior design lesson? When you pair it with the right pretty colors, acidic yellow can go from putrid to perfect. Balanced with blush and soft blue accents (Pantone colors of the year, anyone?), chartreuse is so wrong that it’s right. While this color was splashed all over the Resort 17 runways, we just can't wait to start infusing it into our summer refresh right away. If Beyoncé has taught us anything, it’s this: When life hands you lemons, turn them into fierce yellow fashion statements.

Perhaps chartreuse feels most at home surrounded by feminine colors.
This curvy vintage velvet moment feels ripe and rich in a deeper chartreuse shade.
When it comes to color-blocking, chartreuse makes the perfect accent shade.
This chartreuse settée is just golden enough to add warmth and sunshine-y color to this bedroom space.
This beautiful, bright bedroom in Sydney’s Ovolo Hotel uses blush and light turquoise to showcase the softer side of...
As a paint color, chartreuse can really make a space pop.
A light and lemony lounge space is the perfect place to soak up morning sunshine.
Pillows and poufs make for perfect acidic accessories.
A lemon-lime sofa adds an unexpected slice of optimism to this Scandinavian home design filled with rustic wood and...
Say hello to a yellow that’s anything but mellow.
A textural retro rug in chartreuse contrasts off pretty pinks and grassy green shades in this living room vignette.
The art in this contemporary beach home adds a subtle lemon twist to a sleek, neutral lounge space.
Summer has only just begun, and we’ve already got a new color crush: chartreuse.