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Restored 1920s Farmhouse Looks Fab in 50 Shades of Green

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We've been talking up "Tropical Modernism" for a while now and although this restored farmhouse in upstate New York is far from the tropics and skews vintage, its bold green accoutrements throughout make it fantastically refreshing. Just profiled on Design Sponge, the 1920s house was swooped up as a second home by a Seattle-based couple, who bought the place without visiting first and proceeded to restyle it with a whole lot of green and nature-themed art. From the tea kettle and toaster oven to the dining chairs, rugs, and hallway wall, varying shades of green tie the place together whimsically.

Get the full story and tour on Design Sponge.

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