Sunday, February 8, 2009

This post qualifies for Energy Star

Green! Green! Green! Green!




Green! Green! Green!

These houses are so freaking verdant I just can't take it any more...



And neither could they.

(The chartreuse kitchen was found by Shauna, and Jennifer found the invigorating bathroom.)

22 comments:

Jewels said...

I actually liked the bathroom... but the all over green is just a bit much... just a bit!

The Mef Thing said...

I gotta say I love the bathroom.
Really.
Not a fan of the kitchen though.

Mid-C Frank said...

'Tis a wee bit early fer St. Paddy's day -- wouldn;t yer say!

Lind Family said...

My eyes, my eyes! I think I'm blinded!

StefRobrts said...

When you can't tell where the house ends and the grass begins, you might want to rethink your color choice!

Anonymous said...

Look, bunches of people are reincarnated key lime pies! That's got to be the explanation for some of that. That green almost glows. Check out the Ontario living-room picture, you can literally see a green glow coming out of the kitchen, where the sun is hitting that paint color.

Alissa said...

I agree with Jewels and Mef Thing. I am totally digging that bathroom, but then mine is atrociously tiled in blue and white with plenty of messed up spots.

ShortWoman said...

A wise old frog once said: "It's not that easy bein' green".

Julie said...

LOVE the green bathroom. Boy, that'll wake ya up in the morning!

The Mef Thing said...

Yay! Glad to know I'm not the only fan of the green bathroom!
My home office is almost as bright, I gotta say... and I've chosen that color especially to "wake me up" when I have to work during the evening. Which is always. I guess the wakening effect in the morning must be pretty good too.

Anonymous said...

I had to laugh when the advertisement right next to this blog post was for H&R Block, with their eerily similar green logo.

hilltopper said...

i have heard the phrase "its good to be green" but i think it had to do with, like, the environment, or something.

Amy said...

How appropriate that an advertisement for GREEN M&M's appeared for this post!

Kristi said...

My sister in law has that exact same green in HER bathroom...mind you, it's her kid's bathroom, but still. It strangely works though.

But in the kitchen? Just no...

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M. Ranyart said...

My main bathroom is almost the exact same color as the one shown here - I figured it would help me wake up in the morning. It's a pretty small bathroom too, which made me think the crazy color would work well.

Jessie said...

I'm envious... green with envy. Ok, that was pretty bad :)

TheBunny said...

It is hard to tell exactly what is in the backyard in that last picture. It looks like someone ran their camper off the road and just left it there.

The Mef Thing said...

@ Jesse - It was, but we like you anyway

Don't do it again though.

;)

Daniel said...

Please tell me that these pictures are from different houses.

Sara said...

For Daniel: These pictures are from different houses.

IT IS ALLY said...

I used to live in a house where the (tiny) kitchen was that peculiar shade of turquoise usually confined to ice-cream cakes. Never again.