Text Message Answered: Can Red and Lime Green Co-Exist?

I got a text message this morning from my dear friend.  She and her husband are sharing office space in their home and looking to incorporate their individual color preferences; his red and hers lime green.  Can it be done people?  Can this husband and wife duo co-exist in a fresh, modern and functional office space WITHOUT it looking like a strawberry, watermelon or worst yet…a terrible Christmas decor mishap?

Lets see what we can find to inspire this couple…

Image from West Elm

Image from West Elm

Image from Art.com

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Image from West Elm

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Image from Gallerydirect.com

Some of these have more muted tones than others, but I think it’s good to give options.  Sometimes you think you know exactly what you want until you see something even better and maybe even unexpected.

This is a start!  Let’s see if any of these inspire them.  Meanwhile, I’m on the hunt for more red-lime green awesome combos…

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6 thoughts on “Text Message Answered: Can Red and Lime Green Co-Exist?

  1. Color Vision says:

    Even black and whites w/ first rug. Matt has some pretty cool photographs that he’s taken? Use some of those?? Photoshoot time. It is YOUR office afterall!

    • Color Vision says:

      I like the idea of white chairs too. What did you decide for book shelves? Lets chat. I have another idea for photographs that I want to explain. It involves using an app. I can see it coming together! Searching for curtains next….

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