March Sneak Peek: House Beautiful’s Green Album

    If there is one thing I love about 2012 thus far, it's that color is everywhere; bright, bold color, that is. House Beautiful, one of my favorite interior design, and home decor publications is always chalk full of inspiration, and in the month of March they're sharing ways you can make your home green with envy. From green walls to green decor and accessories, this is an issue not to be missed! House Beautiful March Issue:

“As the pages of our March issue attest, there is an astonishing spectrum in green, from citrus to aquamarine,” says House Beautiful Editor in Chief Newell Turner. “Green has many moods—romantic, happy, calming, mysterious—and there is no other color more natural. Before spring arrives, I find myself starved for color, especially all the greens. Who isn’t amazed when trees explode in every shade imaginable?”


House Beautiful March Issue Candace Rose Green Tablescape: House Beautiful magazine

House Beautiful Green March Issue Candace RoseThe Green Album: House Beautiful magazine

House Beautiful Green March Issue Candace RoseGreen walls with white crown molding: House Beautiful magazine

House Beautiful Candace Rose Green Album March 2012 IssueShades of green: House Beautiful magazine

House Beautiful March 2012 Issue GreenGreen Asian Inspired (Love the Bamboo!) House Beautiful magazine


The March issue of House Beautiful is available February 15. Highlights include:

Color: Favorite Greens (page 22): Twelve major players in design, including Bunny Williams, Michael S. Smith, and Barbara Barry share the shade they love the most.

A Mix of Greens Is Lush and Natural (page 60): A verdant abundance that takes its cues from nature.  Interior design by Meg Braff.

Minty Green Is Fresh (page 72): Interior design by Fawn Galli.

The Green Album (page 80): Ten rooms that make us green with envy, with interiors by Steven GambrelJeffrey BilhuberKatie RidderAmelia Handegan and more.

50 Ways to Bring Green Home (page 98): From rugs and benches to tea cups, toasters, and trays, House Beautiful offers myriad ways to go green.

The Last Words: Other Ways to Go Green (page 132): Even though the color green is our theme, we embrace the green movement, too. Here, designers and tastemakers spotlight their favorite eco-friendly products, from detergent and dishes to wood finishes and throw pillows.


*Readers are encouraged to look for special blue smartphone icons that appear on select features throughout the issue.  By scanning the items or pages with the Digimarc Discover app—a free download from the iTunes store or Android Market—readers can unlock behind-the-scenes videos and special additional content.




  1. February 21, 2012 / 10:17 am

    I just love that color palette! So gorgeous!

  2. February 21, 2012 / 11:22 am

    Isn’t it gorgeous! I love everything about it!!!

  3. March 8, 2012 / 2:29 am

    Good choice of color,I love green because I am a nature lover.It is more beautiful if you will add some plants decor to achieve more of a nature’s view.

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