A medley of multiple variations of yellow-green was captured in a patterned print, and used extensively throughout this beautiful 1960s green paisley living room.
It held court on the sofa and its pillows, the oblong lampshade, and the cushion of the black wicker peacock chair (Morticia Addams style).
Those various shades and tints were picked up and repeated in the black and green wicker table, the lamp base, the dark green textured rug, and the gold-framed flower painting.
On the far wall, just beyond the tall potted palm plant, a supersized version of a similar paisley print covered a screen. Next to it, on the table, was an antique copper-plated tea urn, and, nearby a copper bowl. The copper browns paired perfectly with the greens.
This is a good example of how, in proximity, related colors subtly change. Here, new hues were constantly introduced, so the green, though intensive, never became tiresome.