• Evergreen at the Lake

Dirty Olives

Yes, dirty olive GREENS. We're digging them right now. They're a nice substitute for taupe when you're looking for a new look. In nearly every display our showroom designer Patsy Finnell reworks, you'll find a neutral used to tone down prevailing colors. Dirty olive green is the neutral of choice for this display.


Of course, it's a phenomenal color for use during the fall; but you can sneak it in during the summer alongside your bolder turquoise and aqua based blues. See the detail photos below to view how Patsy used dirty olive green to tone the brighter blues in her wall art. Better yet, stop by to see this display in person.





Patsy Finnell, Master Showroom Designer



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