The PANTONE® 2013 Color of the Year is the lively, radiant and lush green named, PANTONE 17-5641 Emerald. According to PANTONE, it’s “a color of elegance and beauty that enhances our sense of well-being, balance and harmony.”
From ceilings to walls, here are five lovely homes that use the Emerald hue.
Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty | $14,999,000 | Centre Island, New York, USA
This spectacular limestone mansion was inspired By Marie-Antoinette’s Le Petite Trianon In Versailles.
Conyers Farm, located in Greenwich, Connecticut, is a majestic stone manor set on 12+ rolling acres. The residence is full of rich architectural detail throughout including the opulent library with Emerald-hued lacquered paneling and coffered ceiling.
This ultimate island retreat is perched on a bluff above a secluded beach on the island’s exclusive West End and is furnished in a modern island-style.
Plumb Nilly, built in 1736 and beautifully restored in the 1920′s, is a charming 8+ acre farmhouse retreat. The romantic stone exterior and deep sill windows are accented with lively Emerald green shutters, adding to the home’s cottage charm.