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Inspired by Color: Chartreuse

It's one of the loveliest, lushest colors.

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Shelby said…
I am a chartreuse convert - although I will never be able to wear this color, there are touches around my apartment that make me smile!
Kathy said…
I'll be honest, I don't think I've even ever heard of this color, but I think I'm in love... :)
Cass said…
That chartreuse headboard is gorgeous! I've been looking for one just like it.
Adriana Fawley said…
Love the colour but it can probably be used as a focal point - a chair, a painting, a wall. I think using this colour as a main one in a room can be a bit too much.


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