The color green evokes so many different meanings for everyone. It could mean “go” but at the same time, it also calms our senses and provides a serene scenery if applied properly. Let these green interior designs show you how to utilize the power of a green hue for your own home.
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Green Interior Color Examples
1. Green Dining Rooms
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. 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.
Small dining area featuring green walls and a green bench seating along with a white round table paired with green chairs.
A nature-friendly green dining area boasting multiple potted green plants.
Spacious kitchen featuring green walls and tiles flooring, along with a round dining table for four.
This dining area featuring green walls with two wall sconces. There’s a square dining table set for four.
This dining area features green walls and a tall white ceiling.
A small dining area featuring a dining table set for four lighted by a gorgeous chandelier.
A dining area featuring green walls and hardwood flooring, along with a rustic rectangular dining table set.
Spacious dining area featuring a classy dining table set on top of a large area rug and is lighted by a glamorous chandelier.
A dine-in kitchen with potted indoor plants and is surrounded by green walls. The room also features hardwood flooring.
Small dining area featuring green walls and hardwood flooring. The room offers a round espresso dining table set paired with 4 modish chairs.
2. Green Primary Bathrooms
We go to the primary bathroom to freshen up, and if you want your bathroom to look always fresh all the time, then why don’t you try giving it a green makeover? Green is a popular primary bathroom theme because of its rejuvenating and refreshing look. Pair it with white for a clean look or you can try pairing it with dark colors for a contemporary look. Browse through our green primary bathroom ideas to get some inspiration.
Green primary bathroom boasting a Romantic-style bathtub and a very elegant ceiling lighted by pendant lights.
Huge primary bathroom with green classy walls and green tiles flooring. The room offers a floating vanity with two vessel sinks along with a freestanding tub.
Green primary bathroom featuring two sinks, a powder area, a corner tub, and a walk-in shower room.
This primary bathroom features green walls and tiles floors, along with a double sink and a corner bathtub.
Spacious primary bathroom featuring green walls and brown tiles floors. The room offers two sinks and a freestanding tub, along with a walk-in shower room.
A primary bathroom with marble tiles flooring and a marble sink counter with a double sink. There’s a walk-in shower room as well.
Small primary bathroom featuring a toilet area, a corner tub and two pedestal sinks surrounded by green walls with a white accent.
A stunning primary bathroom with very attractive green tiles walls and floors. The room offers a double sink and a drop-in tub.
Spacious primary bathroom featuring classy green walls and a long sink counter, along with a Romantic-style bathtub.
A close up look at this primary bathroom’s double sink surrounded by green walls. The room also offers a toilet area.
3. Green Primary Bedrooms
Green in the primary bedroom is a striking and daring color choice. When used correctly it can really make a room stand out. The trick will come in how much green to use so that you don’t overdo the design. The color should be welcoming and comfortable without being glaring or daunting. Picking the right tones and accents can really make the room shine. When you use green in the primary bedroom design, the end result will be something you can be proud of. Green will work with many of the styles out there. Traditional themes and Beach styles, for example, utilize green very well as these are usually softer and brighter in their color schemes.
Green primary bedroom with its own bathroom. The room offers a large comfy bed and carpet flooring, along with multiple indoor potted plants.
This primary bedroom features green walls and carpet flooring, along with espresso-finished furniture.
A primary bedroom with rich hardwood flooring topped by a large area rug surrounded by green walls.
Spacious primary bedroom with green walls and a brown accent. The room has a large bed, carpet flooring, and a tray ceiling.
This charming primary bedroom has avocado green walls paired with rustic elements of wicker. Above the wooden headboard of the traditional bed is a wall artwork that has square pieces of faux grass paired with wicker. The large orange fur area rug under the bed pops out against the white flooring.
The traditional wooden bed has a built-in headboard of the same wooden make that provides a nice dark contrast to the avocado green walls. These green walls are paired well with a white shed ceiling and white woven carpeted flooring.
The white cottage-style bed is flanked by two tall windows with ornate white wooden designs. The dark wooden flooring is a nice earthy complement to the green walls and contrasts with the white built-in cabinets and drawers dominating one wall.
The traditional bed has a nice green chic bedsheet that complements the French headboard paired with white bedside tables that has a table lamp. This lamp shines a warm yellow light the green walls that contrast the sleek black cabinet doors at the side of the bed.
The wooden mission table has a wall-mounted framed artwork above the headboard that pops out against the light green walls. The bedside drawers flanking the bed are perfectly matched with the cabinet and dresser that has a built-in mirror.
This green-walled primary bedroom offers an amazing view of the surrounding nature through its pair of wide windows that match the white tray ceiling and light gray carpeted flooring. The traditional bed has an ornate iron headboard that matches the patterns of the bedsheets for that chic aesthetic.
4. Green Living Rooms
As you browse our Green Living Room gallery, you will notice that green is an attractive and welcoming color for a variety of living room designs from traditional and formal to eclectic and relaxed. The meaning of the color green is diverse as the living room designs that use green as a dominant design color. Lighter shades of green are often associated with nature, vitality, and growth while darker shades of green symbolize wealth and abundance. Despite how the shades of green are used traditionally, you can choose whichever shade you prefer, regardless of the style design.
Living room featuring stylish hardwood flooring and classy green walls, along with a black piano in the corner.
This living room offers a large brown L-shape sofa set surrounded by green walls.
A nice-looking living room featuring a green L-shape sofa along with green window curtains surrounded by white walls.
This living room features hardwood flooring and green walls, along with a regular white ceiling.
Large great room with hardwood flooring and green walls. The area offers a living space near the stone fireplace.
This living room offers a nice couch and a chair along with an ottoman in front of the widescreen TV on the green wall.
A gloomy living space featuring stylish flooring and a green sofa set matching the green walls with multiple wall decors.
A large living room featuring a brown sofa set with a fireplace and TV in front. The room is surrounded by green walls.
A living room with white seats and a large fireplace, along with green walls lighted by a gorgeous set chandelier.
5. Green Kitchens
Green can be an excellent color to introduce into your new kitchen design, but it can also be a bit challenging to find complementary pieces because of green’s position on the color wheel. Whether you’re looking for a beach-house aesthetic or a more serious stately dining room, green has a lot of possibilities if you’re willing to work to make them look good.
This kitchen features green kitchen counters and a green center island breakfast bar with a wooden countertop.
A kitchen with tiles flooring and green walls, along with a breakfast bar with a black granite countertop.
Dine-in kitchen featuring hardwood flooring and green walls, along with white kitchen counters and a white center island both with marble countertops.
A small kitchen area featuring green kitchen counters, center island, and cabinetry along with hardwood flooring.
This kitchen features marble countertops on both green kitchen counters and center island. The area is lighted by pendant lights.
A small kitchen area featuring reddish tiles flooring and green cabinetry and kitchen counters.
A single wall kitchen featuring green kitchen counters with a black marble countertop.
This kitchen features green kitchen counters and cabinetry along with matte black countertops and backsplash.
This kitchen boasts stylish kitchen counters with smooth countertops. The bright green cabinetry looks absolutely stunning.
A kitchen area featuring green cabinetry, brown kitchen counters, and black countertops.
6. Green Foyers
This is a spectacular foyer that is a result of the combination of green and white sleek elements that reflect the brightness of the room and the square green panels extend all the way to the ceiling. There are modern built-in cabinets for storage with similar avocado green facades that match the paneling of the wall-mounted hooks for the coats and hats.
This elegant and bright foyer has white marble flooring that contrasts with the green patterned walls that complement the green carpeting of the stairs. Upon entry, there is an elegant console table on the side that is topped with a matching wall-mounted mirror with the same intricate details.
This elegant foyer has hardwood flooring that is given a bit of whimsy in its green pastel walls that extends to the ledges of the stairs as well. There is an elegant pendant light hanging in the middle of the high ceiling that augments this foyer’s elegance.
The pastel green hue of the walls and high ceiling are a great colorful background for the royal treatment of golden elements scattered in the area. There are golden vines on the walls, golden candelabra-style wall-mounted lights that match the majestic golden chandelier over gold-trimmed marble floors.
This is a simple and inviting foyer with a couple of gray cushioned armchairs against the pastel green wall flanking a small circular table with a wall-mounted flower painting above. The beige ceiling works well with the green walls and has a dark iron chandelier in the middle.
This is an eclectic grand foyer with a high arched ceiling complemented by immense transom windows. The foyer has double glass doors that pair well with the delightful green walls. The eclectic details that adorn the grand piano give this foyer a homey warmth.
The wooden main door of this airy foyer has an arched top that is followed by the sidelights that form an arch over the door. This is properly contrasted by the pastel green hue of the walls that matches well with the white ceiling. The hardwood flooring is topped with a colorful patterned rug that serves as a welcome mat.
The bright green walls of this foyer offer a memory of a forest against the earthly representation of the hardwood flooring and finally, the white ceiling is the bright skies that has a shiny stained-glass dome light. The entrance is flanked by two distinct wooden console tables that contrasts the white main door.
The highlight of this grand and airy foyer is the massive crystal chandelier hanging from the high ceiling. This is a perfect foreground for the green walls that are adorned with panels beige trimmed with gold. This gold on green theme is also seen on the pair of columns flanking the entryway.
This traditional and welcoming foyer has light green walls with subtle intricate patterns that work well as a background for the wall-mounted artworks. The lower half of these green walls have a white wooden finish that matches with the light gray cushioned sofa by the stairs.