Welcome to our site where you will find inspiring and gorgeous green designed primary bathrooms. Green can have an extremely calming effect in any room and it can also provide a vibrant background in your design. Similar to bringing greenery inside, it can add a natural element to any room in your home and evoke harmony and rejuvenation.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Vintage-Style Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: A classic mix of green, white and black combine to create a vintage style bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: A woven rattan basket sits next to the vintage claw-tub and shower combo with white shower curtain.
Flooring: Classic black and white squared tile flooring is the perfect addition to this retro style design.
Wall Decor: White bead-board wainscoting covers the bottom half of the walls and mint green paint on the upper half.
Lighting: A small window above the tub allows tons of natural light to stream in brightening the space.
2. Glamorous Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: This bright lime-green and white bathroom features a walk-in shower and a freestanding tub, with splashes of color to create a glamorous design.
Furniture Selection: A white slipcovered wingback chair sits next to the gorgeous dark-framed marble fireplace.
Flooring: Textured beige tile flooring adds some depth and contrast to the bright lime green walls.
Wall Decor: White wainscoting contrasts against the bold lime-green painted walls and the framed abstract art adds a splash of color to the room.
Lighting: A colorful crystal chandelier illuminates the room in this primary bathroom.
- Source: liturinsky&leost
3. Classic Retro-Inspired Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of sage green, white and black compliment this retro-inspired primary bathroom.
Furniture Selection: The vintage style porcelain washstand and traditional white vanity both have sinks for dual use and a cute upholstered stool sits in the corner by the shower.
Flooring: Classic black and white checkered flooring adds a striking contrast to the light sage green walls.
Wall Decor: Light sage green paint on the walls and two different mirrors hang above the vanities which create separate vignettes.
Lighting: The round mirror above the traditional vanity, is flanked by chrome shade wall sconces that add task lighting.
4. Grand Victorian Style Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of green, dark wood and beige tones complete this dramatic Victorian style bathroom.
Furniture Selection: The room features a large dark wood vanity and an alcove tub lined with brown columns and intricate carved details.
Flooring: A light beige tiled floor contrasts nicely against the green walls and dark wood trim.
Wall Decor: This deluxe primary bathroom features green washed picture-frame moulding on the walls and an intricate tray ceiling with carved details.
Lighting: Beautiful brass pendant lights hang from the tray ceiling to provide ambient lighting.
- Source: Zillow Digs ™
5. Warm Old-World Inspired Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: Warm coppers, brown and green dominate this beautiful old-world primary bathroom.
Furniture Selection: This old-world primary bathroom features a copper freestanding tub along with his and her floating washstands paired with wooden cabinets.
Flooring: Gorgeous green tiled flooring is layered with a vintage runner to add warmth.
Wall Decor: The gorgeous green tiles continue up the walls and the windows are encased in brass trim which adds to the warmth of the design.
Lighting: Stunning art-deco style wall sconces flank the mirrors above the vanity and provide ambient lighting.
- Source: Zillow Digs ™
6. Contemporary Textured Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: Stylish green wallpapered walls set a gorgeous backdrop for this green and white contemporary bathroom.
Furniture Selection: The bathroom features a floating vanity with dual vessel sink and a white cushioned stool next to the white freestanding tub.
Flooring: Unique green textured tiles cover the floors and contrast nicely against the white baseboards.
Wall Decor: Beautiful green and white patterned wallpaper adorns the walls and adds depth and texture to the space.
Lighting: Tons of natural light streams inside through the wall of windows and you can see the beautiful greenery outside.
- Source: Zillow Digs ™
7. Eclectic Textured Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: This multi-colored primary bathroom showcases an eclectic combination of olive-green walls and scenery wallpaper.
Furniture Selection: A beautiful marble alcove features a wash area and the freestanding tub sits in the stunning library rotunda end of the room.
Flooring: Gray and white geometric patterned tile adorns the floors adding more texture and contrast.
Wall Decor: Adorable scenery wallpaper with wildlife and greenery adds depth and compliments the lime green wall paint.
Lighting: Beautiful spherical glass pendants hang from the ceiling providing functional lighting with a vintage flair.
- Source: DXV
8. 1950’s Inspired Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: This 1950’s inspired bathroom is a mix of light green and white with touches of black accents which creates a charming design.
Furniture Selection: A charming green claw-tub is paired with a clear and black print shower curtain that creates a whimsy feel.
Flooring: Small white hexagon tile flooring features a black tile trim that adds to the classic 1950’s design.
Wall Decor: Classic white subway tiles used as wainscoting along the walls compliment the green paint on the upper walls and ceiling.
Lighting: Natural light streams in from the dual hung windows with black trim.
9. Modern Monochromatic Style Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: Clad in beautiful green mosaic tiles, this primary monochromatic bathroom has a calming modern vibe.
Furniture Selection: There is a drop-in bathtub surrounded by the mosaic tiles and a floating washstand with a vessel sink and shelving for storage.
Flooring: The mosaic green tiles continue onto the floor and walls creating a monochromatic look.
Wall Decor: The small medicine cabinet with double mirrored doors, hangs on the beautiful mosaic tiled walls.
Lighting: A small woven light sconces hangs in the corner area by the window which also lets in a bit of natural light.
- Source: Positive Footprints Pty Ltd
10. Transitional Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: A mix of olive green tones and dark wood accents create a cozy transitional primary bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: This green bathroom features a large walk-in shower which faces the dual sink vanity and a small toilet area.
Flooring: Natural limestone flooring in a beige tone compliments the olive green walls to create a cozy space.
Wall Decor: The unique green tiled walls of the shower and floor add tons of texture to the room.
Lighting: Traditional shade sconce light above the mirror adds task lighting while the wood dual-hung window invites natural light in.
- Source: Design Tech Remodeling
11. Traditional Influenced Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: Soft sage green, white and beige dominate this relaxed traditional bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: The deep soaking tub is fitted with beautiful vintage-style bronze fixtures and picture frame trim, while the vanity features shaker style cabinetry.
Flooring: Traditional beige style tiles adorn the floor and contrast against the white cabinets and trim.
Wall Decor: Abstract portrait art hangs on the green walls above the tub to add some texture and interest to the room.
Lighting: Simple shade pendants hang from ceiling in front of the vanity area for task lighting, which is a welcome change to traditional light sconces.
12. Eastern-Inspired Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: Lime green walls, dark wood accents and touches of white create an Eastern-inspired primary bathroom design.
Furniture Selection: An oval free-standing tub sits net to the all glass shower and across from the modern floating vanities.
Flooring: A dark bronze tile flooring adds some warmth to the design and contrasts nicely against the light green walls.
Wall Decor: A beautiful picture window is overlooking the lush green outdoors while you soak in the oval free-standing tub.
Lighting: Linear glass wall sconces illuminate the floating sink vanities in this primary bathroom, which creates a dressing room vibe.
- Source: Ruth Livingston Studio
13. Living-Inspired Retro Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: A basil green tone, white and beige combine to create a retro-inspired bathroom with indoor greenery.
Furniture Selection: A classic white a clawfoot tub sites across from the dual sink vanity with large wall mirror above that reflects the entire room.
Flooring: Unique multi-colored decorative tile-flooring contrasts against the green subway tiles and white walls.
Wall Decor: Gorgeous basil green tiles on the wall create a wainscoting and pop against the white upper walls, while floating wall plants hang on the wall above the tub for indoor greenery.
Lighting: A retro school-house semi-flush light hangs from the ceiling while traditional shade sconces hang above the vanity, both providing ample lighting.
- Source: Granada Tile
14. Floral Dream Green Primary Bathroom
Color Scheme: Covered in a gorgeous green floral wallpaper, this primary bathroom
Furniture Selection: This beautifully decorated bathroom features a freestanding tub and a pedestal sink under a vintage brass mirror.
Flooring: Wide plank dark hardwood floors add warmth to the room and compliment the green tones.
Wall Decor: The delicate floral wallpaper adds tons of charm and texture to this bathroom design.
Lighting: A gorgeous crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling adding a dramatic and glamorous effect to the room.
- Source: Artique
15. Palm Springs Influenced Green Bathroom
Color Scheme: Bright yellow-green paint, white and brown dominate this airy Palm Springs inspired primary bathroom.
Furniture Selection: A white mid-century lounge chair sits next to the corner sunken tub and a small stool provides seating for the vanity area.
Flooring: Beige travertine tiled flooring compliments the white cabinetry and is paired with a plush runner rug that sits in front of vanity.
Wall Decor: The yellow-green painted walls are cheerful and bright and contrast against the white cabinetry .
Lighting: A round globe chandelier hangs from the light brown tray ceiling adding ambience and style.
Why Decorate with Green?
Out of all the non-neutral colors, green is the most commonly used color when it comes to designing a bathroom. We have found that out of 30,614 bathrooms, 3.23% have a green design. You can play around with green in a variety of ways to make it work for any style.
Ways to Use Green in the Primary Bathroom
When you design with a cool color, it’s easy to go overboard and use too much of the same color which will make the room feel smaller. These are a couple of ways to incorporate green into your primary bathroom for a cozy and inviting look.
You can use green tiles to make a plain bathroom come alive. For a vintage look, try adding light green tiles to a dark green set in geometric styles. You can also use mosaic tiles with green tones running through them. This looks good with a see-through shower door.
You can buy wallpaper with many different patterns and designs on it to create unique looks. If you have black cabinets or countertops, a bold green wallpaper with back designs will pair nicely. For a rustic, farmhouse look you can use a green and brown or beige plaid pattern of a wallpaper.
Out of 1,458 bathrooms that have a green design, we found that 0.49% had green cabinets. Painting your cabinets green is a stylish way to add color to a primary bathroom with bold existing elements such as a titled or clawfoot bathtub. You can use darker shades of cabinets if you have a big bathroom with a lot of natural lighting. However, if you have a smaller bathroom with less light, stick to a paler green hue.
Using accessories in your primary bathroom is an inexpensive way to add color and style. Some of the best accessories to bring green into the room are plants, curtains, and floor mats. We love using accessories because they are temporary and can easily be modified.
In this photo gallery, you’ll see how the designers incorporate all these different aspects to give you some green primary bathroom design ideas to create a stunning look.