If you’re looking for a deep green paint color to evoke a classic, dramatic, and even timeless mood, this gallery of images and inspiration aims to help. Tarrytown Green HC-134 Benjamin Moore: Considering a Classic Green Paint Color presents a visual feast of interiors and exteriors enhanced by the hue. Make sure you also check out THIS POST with more dark green options as well.
Tarrytown Green HC-134 Benjamin Moore: Considering a Classic Green Paint Color?
Benjamin Moore describes this color as refined and elegant, and *insert best bougie tone* I concur. It packs a certain formality and handsome quality. However, pair it with earthy, boho decor, and it just may give you serious life. In fact, I am considering this glorious pigment for walls in our lower level’s media room to contrast with a creamy Italian leather sectional.
Where is Tarrytown anyway?
Tarrytown is a village on the Eastern bank of the Hudson River in the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York. Dutch farmers, fur trappers, and fishermen were its first European settlers, and the first residence was built in 1645. Tarrytown is steeped in Revolutionary War history and became a favorite residence for rich New Yorkers such as John D. Rockefeller in the late 19th Century. Tarrytown is mentioned in Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” as it is a neighboring village of Sleepy Hollow.
Is This Classic Green a Contender for Kitchen Cabinets?
The Napiers of HGTV “Hometown” chose Tarrytown Green for the upper cabinets in this kitchen design with vintage charm. What do you think about staining the lower cabinets and window trim?
HC-134 for Exterior Trim
You know this color must receive high marks when it is chosen for a beautiful 19th Century Hudson River historic home’s restoration:
But even if your own home is brand new, a deep forest-y green can bring depth and richness to a humble space.
Tarrytown Green With White in a Two-Tone Kitchen
Here’s an idea if you’re flirting with the idea of painting your kitchen cabinets and love a wintry green. This winning combination will still look classic years from now, and can you even imagine the potential for holiday decor?
If painting cabinetry sounds daunting, you could start with a statement wall. Or how about accenting a peninsula, breakfast bar or kitchen island like the one below. (Gotta love the contrast created with ordinary white industrial stools against the lifegiving green!).
Dark Green Architectural Elements
The warmth of aged brick is tough to beat and deserves to be paired with a thoughtful color to celebrate it…Tarrytown to the rescue.
Mixing This Rich Green Paint With Warm Golds & Caramels
Can a Historic Green Evoke Modern Chic?
When you’re at the top of your design game transforming interiors, sure it can!
Considering Green for a Front Door?
I love it as a paint color choice with brass handle set on this door for a new board and batten build!
Tarrytown’s Cozy Factor
Notice how the wall visible beneath the desk area is also painted deep green.
Smart Idea for Architectural Interest in a Bedroom Celebrating Green
Don’t you love the transformative properties of paint?
Another Green Paint Color Crush of Mine: Sherwin-Williams Acacia Haze
See it in this amazing home tour:
How Does HC-134 Tarrytown Green Look in Natural Light?
I have told you a hundred times how the same paint color looks entirely different depending on the light. Notice how the yellow sunlight turns it to a teal hue in New York below:
What Does This Paint Color Look Like in a Lovely Pacific Northwest Home?
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