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The deep green hue of the walls counteracts with the natural brightness coming in from the tall arched windows with white framing that matches the white ceiling and white couch set facing the fireplace.
The light green walls are a nice contrast for the dark palette of the velvet cushioned chairs facing the dark grand piano by the corner illuminated by tall windows.
The yellow striped area rug over the hardwood floors matches the pair of table lamps flanking the gray sofa that is topped with wall-mounted artwork that contrasts the light green walls.
This grand living room has a high white arched ceiling paired with green walls that are dominated by tall glass windows that shine natural light on the navy blue L-shaped sofa.
The light green walls are accented with large checkered patterns that reflect the checkered patterns of the brown carpeting of the floor that matches the L-shaped sofa and wooden TV housing.
The walls and ceiling of this luxurious living room are given an earthy green palette that matches the exposed wooden beams of the ceiling and contrasts the white marble flooring topped with various couches and chairs.
This is a comfortable living room with a beige-carpeted flooring that pairs well with the white ceiling to sandwich the green walls that have a cloudy finish.
The dark green walls and ceiling have white moldings that match the white sofa set and the frame of the tall windows that brighten the beige carpeted floors and dark wood circular coffee table.
The floral black area rug over the hardwood flooring adds a chic quality to this traditional room green high walls that are dominated by tall windows paired with an elegant chandelier.
The dark green walls are well contrasted by the white ceiling and the massive glass wall featuring a lush garden outside. This is a nice background for the brown leather furniture and brown floor tiles of the living room.
The bright pastel green hue of the walls and ceiling are paired with white elements of the leather cushioned sofa set and the fireplace inlaid with white finishing that blends with the wainscoting.
The electric yellow-green walls are complemented by the natural light coming in from the massive glass sliding doors framed with wood that matches the rustic quality of the woven wicker sofa and armchairs.
The dark sea-green walls are accented with classical paintings mounted over the yellow leather sofa that matches the yellow patterned tiles of the flooring.
The green floral elements seen on the pillows, chair cushion and tall curtains framing the tall windows are a nice complement for the light green walls and sofa contrasted by the navy blue framing of the fireplace.
The avocado green walls are paired well with wooden elements of the hardwood flooring, cabinet, and framing of the windows and fireplace that complements the elegant unique green sofa.
The tree silhouette artworks mounted on the green wall over the L-shaped sofa match the lush trees featured outside the windows that brighten up the white patterned area rug.
The crayon green color of the walls serves as a lighthearted background for the colorful L-shaped sofa over the furry blue area rug facing the gray fireplace.
The wonderful avocado green walls are paired with a couple of avocado green armchairs that contrast the orange woven area rug with a white coffee table on it.
This is a chic living room with various shades of green adorned with floral elements on the walls, ceiling and as decorations in vases. The massive beige marble housing of the fireplace is a nice match for the dome-shaped lighting.
This is an artistic living room with walls of green and a gray ceiling that both have a cloudy design that matches the gray area rug. This is contrasted by dark gray sofas that have floral pillows.
This simple living room boasts a fireplace inlaid with beige stone flanked by two built-in shelves that match the brown velvet L-shaped sofa.
The yellow-green walls are accented with tall beige pillar-like designs that match the pair of beige sofa sets bordering the colorful area rug over the beige floor tiles.
The bright green walls are a perfect match for the white shed shiplap ceiling and white sofas flanking a rustic wooden coffee table over the beige carpeted flooring.
The gray carpeted flooring is a complement to the large gray L-shaped sofa that stands out against the green walls accented with wall-mounted artworks of tree silhouette.
The tall gray ceiling of this spacious living room is complemented by tall green walls that feature a large painting to maximize the vertical space over the leather sofa.
After interior design’s obsession with avocado green in the 1970’s, the color green kind of lost its popularity in living rooms. Today, softer shades of green are popular in living rooms and avocado green is even being welcomed back as a fashionable color.
Out of the 552,888 living rooms and 14 colors analyzed, 2.28 percent (or 12,597) use green as the dominant color.
Selecting Green as Your Dominant Design Color
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.
Choosing Your Shade of Green
When browsing living room designs that have green as a dominant color, you might have noticed that many of the rooms are sage green or other light shades. While sage green is a popular color in interior design, there are other shades of green that might be more interesting to you when designing your living room.
Choose the shade you love, not the one that seems popular with everyone else. Remember, the shade of green you choose should reflect the way you want your living room to feel. Do you want your living room to be a relaxing spot or a lively place to entertain?
Using Green as Accents
You can make green the dominant color in your living room without painting the walls a green hue. The best way to make the color green stand out is to choose eye-catching accents in various shades of green.
Find a comfortable chair in your favorite shade of green or put green patterned pillows on your neutral colored couch. Like the idea of painting the walls green but are hesitant in making the whole room green? Make one of your walls an accent wall.
Use of Other Color
Green can look attractive and welcoming, especially when you use colors that compliment. Shades of brown, yellow, gray, cream, black, and white look best with green but don’t let these colors stop you from trying out your own color combinations.
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