Winter Chic in London

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Veere Greeney is one of my favorite designers. His work is always elegant, polished, and timeless. Just yesterday, I was thinking about the beautiful moss green library that he did and was published in World of Interiors a few years ago. Upon visiting Veere’s website, I was greeted by a project I hadn’t seen before, this chic London townhouse, also featuring lush, moss green walls, only this time in the dining room. Between the rich moss green wall treatment and the cool color palette used throughout the rest of the house, I can’t help but think this beautiful home is absolutely perfect for Christmas.

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{Photography by David Oliver for Veere Greeney}

 

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  1. Thanks for posting this! I have a similar color in my dining room -a gray green that Sherwin -Williams called “Dried Thyme.” Like this dining room, it’s paired with mahogany/walnut but instead of neutral and white chairs, I used oxblood leather. It has a bit more tension than this room but which seems evident in his library. It’s a combo that doesn’t come up much, so I’m glad to see it! It’s a risky choice for me -so reassuring to see here.