Welcome to our site, where you will find incredibly decorated and functional green dining rooms. Using the color green is a great way to bring the outdoors inside. It can make a dining room feel fresh and calming, especially when using shades like sage or mint. If you want to go bolder side, a deep hunter or olive green will do the trick.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos of green dining room ideas so you can read about each design’s details. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Palm Springs-Inspired Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Soft green walls, white, red, and black mix to create a cool Palm Springs-inspired dining room.
Furniture Selection: Modern tulip chairs with red cushions are a nice pairing for the oval marble dining table.
Flooring: Dark cherry wood floors contrast against the soft paint colors and the white trim, and a plush pattern rug is layered on top for warmth and texture.
Wall Decor: Large French windows allow for the natural greenery to enter the room, which blends with the light green paint on the walls.
Lighting: A mid-century brass chandelier hangs over the table, providing functional lighting for the home decor and something pretty.
- Source: By Capomastro Group
2. Luxe Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Deep green tones mixed with sparkling crystals, brass, and white create a super luxe dining room design.
Furniture Selection: A gorgeous oval marble table is paired with light green upholstered modern chairs, creating a sophisticated space to entertain guests.
Flooring: Dark ebony wood floors complement the dramatic tones in the wall color and custom drapery.
Wall Decor: The stunning luxe deep green wall paint makes the wall molding stand out and pairs well with the custom green drapes.
Lighting: A gorgeous 3-tier chandelier hangs from above the dining table, adding drama and ambient light to the room.
- Source: brabbu.com
3. Sophisticated Traditional Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Beautiful emerald green, beige, and brown combine to create the most sophisticated and custom dining room space.
Furniture Selection: A round wood table is surrounded by emerald green upholstered chairs, which complement the paint on the walls.
Flooring: A plush print area rug is layered under the table to provide warmth and texture to the design.
Wall Decor: Custom built-in cabinets and bar area in the same green wall color create a total custom feel throughout the home decor.
Lighting: The white dome ceiling is dominated by an elegant chandelier that hangs over the table, illuminating the dining area.
Color Scheme: A deep green wall paint in an elegant finish is complimented by black and white accents and natural wood in this Scandinavian-inspired dining room.
Furniture Selection: Black wood chairs are paired with a natural wood table which really lean into the Scandinavian design.
Flooring: The flooring is not visible in this photo, however, a natural hardwood or stone tile would be a nice touch in the dining space.
Wall Decor: Charming black and white photos are hung in the background to create contrast against the deep green walls.
Lighting: A single silver pendant hangs in the corner of the ceiling, providing some task lighting.
5. Key West-Inspired Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: This formal dining room has a mix of green tones, white, and wood, which create a sophisticated Key West-inspired style.
Furniture Selection: The dark wood dining table is paired with King Louis-style dining chairs and sits across from the console table.
Flooring: Warm hardwood floors are paired with a neutral print area rug that adds warmth to the design and grounds the space.
Wall Decor: The walls of this dining room are adorned with a gorgeous green mural
Lighting: A traditional style shade chandelier hangs over the table, providing functional light, while the table lamps on the console provide more task lighting.
- Designed by: Heather Garrett Design
6. High-Gloss Eclectic Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Kelly green tones mixed with brass, black, and natural wood combine to create an eclectic and vibrant dining room design.
Furniture Selection: This tropical-themed dining room has a large communal style high-gloss dining table which is paired with green and brass chairs for entertaining a large party.
Flooring: Light oak hardwood floors laid on the diagonal add dimension and a natural element to this modern and eclectic dining space.
Wall Decor: A bold tropical green wallpaper adorns the walls, adding to the whimsy and eclectic vibe of this design.
Lighting: Multiple brass orb chandeliers hang above the large dining table, providing ample lighting and a dramatic effect.
- Source: Zillow Digs
7. Nordic-Infused Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Beautiful green, natural woods, white, and black dominate this relaxing Nordic-infused dining room.
Furniture Selection: Velvet moss green chairs are paired with a solid wood pedestal table and sit across from the wood sideboard cabinet that provides storage.
Flooring: Large, weathered oak floors are the perfect complement to all the organic elements in this interior design.
Wall Decor: Framed black and white scenery art hangs above the sideboard and flanks the oval-shaped wood mirror.
Lighting: Multiple shaped paper lanterns hang above the table, creating an art installation feel and unique design.
- Source: By Truss Interiors & Renovations
8. Neo-Classical Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: A mix of beautiful green tones, wood, and rich pink combine to create a gorgeous neo-classical formal dining room.
Furniture Selection: A long wood trestle table is paired with upholstered green parsons-style chairs, providing a luxurious place to entertain guests.
Flooring: Warm hardwood floors compliment the green wainscoting on the walls and draw your attention to the white ceiling.
Wall Decor: Beautiful floral wallpaper is paired with the green wainscoting to create a custom wall treatment and contrast against the pink custom drapes.
Lighting: An antique crystal chandelier hangs above the dining table providing drama and functional lighting.
- Source: By Sarah Barnard Design
Color Scheme: This chic dining room is adorned with green, white, blue and fuchsia tones which create a unique and cozy space.
Furniture Selection: The dark wood dining table is paired with blue oval-back cushioned chairs and green and white pattern end chairs for ample seating.
Flooring: A large rich blue and fuchsia-pink area rug is layered under the table, providing warmth and bold texture to the design.
Wall Decor: A chic green floral wallpaper is paired with white picture-frame molding to create a custom feel in the room.
Lighting: A traditional style shade chandelier hangs above the table, providing functional lighting along with the natural light that streams inside from the window.
- Source: By Eminent Interior Design
11. Gorgeous Transitional Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Soft sage green, white, and brown dominate this peaceful transitional dining room.
Furniture Selection: The velvet moss green dining chairs surround the elegant wooden table trestle table.
Flooring: A floral pattern rug is layered under the table to add softness and warmth to the dining space.
Wall Decor: Green sage walls are mixed with the gorgeous coffered ceilings, which add an incredible custom feel to the room.
Lighting: A candle-style iron chandelier hangs above the table and adds to the transitional style of the design.
- Source: By YFI Custom Homes
12. Tropical-Inspired Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: The rich greens and browns combine to create a lovely tropical-style dining room.
Furniture Selection: Beautifully upholstered side chairs are paired with a wood trestle table to provide a charming dining experience.
Flooring: Dark hardwood floors compliment the white trim and are layered with a patterned rug for more depth.
Wall Decor: Tropical green and white print wallpaper adds loads of charm to this design, and the brown drapes add dimension.
Lighting: A gorgeous brass and crystal chandelier hangs above the table, adding some sparkle to the room.
- Source: By Jack’s Carpet
13. Victorian-Infused Green Dining Room
Color Scheme: Soft sage green walls, white tones, and brown create a charming and sophisticated Victorian-infused dining room.
Furniture Selection: A vintage oval dining table is paired with curved back chairs and sits across from an antique console table.
Flooring: A large vintage-style printed rug lays under the table, providing warmth and softness to the space.
Wall Decor: Incredible white high-coffered ceilings contrast against the green walls, and the decorative mirror adds texture to the design.
Lighting: A stunning crystal chandelier hangs above the table, providing drama and ambient lighting.
- Source: By Ten Ten Creative
14. Organic & Transitional Antique-Infused Dining Room
Color Scheme: This transitional dining room is infused with yellow tones, natural wood, and brown to create a unique design.
Furniture Selection: The long wood dining table is paired with upholstered high-back chairs for entertaining many guests.
Flooring: A large vintage area rug is layered under the table, which really grounds the room and provides texture to the design.
Wall Decor: The yellow and green walls have a subtle checkered pattern that works well with the floral patterns on the cushioned chairs.
Lighting: A brass candle-style chandelier hangs above the table providing ambient lighting, while small recessed lights in the wood ceiling add task light.
- Source: By CPJ Custom Homes, LLC
15. Mid-Century Minimal Green Dining Room
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The palette of your dining room may incorporate several different colors but should focus on one primary theme. For a primarily green dining room, the exact hue of green that you choose will have a significant impact. Greens vary from soothing, pale sage green to lively, exciting lime green.
The green that you choose should capture the mood that you want to create in your decorating ideas. Green is a popular choice for dining rooms, perhaps because of the wide variety of moods that it can create.
Of the colors of the rainbow, green is the most popular choice for dining room designs. It made up for 2.36% of the 273,471 dining rooms that we studied and was more common than red, orange, yellow, blue, and violet kitchen designs.
Green Elements For A Splash Of Color
All it takes is a little splash of color here and there to make a room come alive! Green dining room design ideas take many shapes and sizes. The general rule of thumb is that a well-designed room will feel unified but not over-done.
Look through our gallery of green dining rooms for a dose of inspiration. Focus on the little details that help to bring the area together.
Green dining room chairs are sure to draw some attention. You can balance out green chairs with a neutral table. Green chairs can provide a foundation of green, which can then be played off of with smaller touches, such as dinnerware, lamps, or small pieces of artwork.
Wall Art And Murals
Green dining room design ideas tend to focus on natural elements because the color green is found so abundantly in nature. Many interior designs create the feeling of being outdoors through creative artwork or murals.
Painted leaves, landscapes, meadows, or jungle vines create a sense of peace and tranquility while adding a healthy dose of color to the room.
Cabinets And Shelves
Dining areas may include cabinets or built-in shelving that hold dinnerware, linens, or other items. These cabinets provide the perfect opportunity for strengthening a green theme. It can be fun to find vintage cabinets and resurface them with a color or pattern that perfectly matches other elements in your room .
Green comes in a wide variety of hues, so the possibilities for using it are endless! Try using one or two green focal elements to introduce your color scheme, and then add onto that with minor elements.
Look through galleries that showcase green dining room design ideas. The right photo is sure to spark some great ideas!
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