olive you

by Grace Bonney

I’m having a moment with a color right now. And that color is olive. I don’t think I’ve ever liked anything olive green in my life other than actual olives, but it’s seeming like the clear replacement for hot pink in my life. I’m not sure if it’s the slightly yellow base to the color or just a desire to have more green around me, but I’m reconsidering my need/desire to have every table in my life be wooden or marble. This table above is the by Mats Broberg and Johan RidderstrÃ¥le, and it would be perfect for a small apartment where counter space is limited. The tables are available in different sizes (all of which nest together), and you can even choose to have the tabletop finished in wood, leather, metal, marble (ding ding ding!) or slate. If the model above isn’t your style, comes in olive, too. We use the watermelon-colored Strut as our team office desk and love it. I can only imagine how cute it would be in olive. xo, grace

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