Welcome to our site, where you will find incredibly decorated and beautiful green primary bedrooms. Using the color green is a great way to bring the outdoors inside. It can make a room feel fresh and calming, especially when using shades like sage or mint. If you want to go on the bolder side, a deep hunter or olive green will do the trick.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos of green living room ideas so you can read about each design’s details. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Moody & Sophisticated Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Muted sage green walls blend with deep purples and gold tones to create a moody and stunning bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: A queen sized bed with decorative throw pillows add texture to the green coverlet.
Flooring: Flooring isn’t visible from this photo, however a rich hardwood would pair nicely with the color tones.
Wall Decor: A moody abstract painting hangs on the wall to right of the semi-sheer drapes that adorn the window.
Lighting: Matching shade light sconces in brass, flank both side of the bed for task lighting.
- Source: cuppettkilpatrick.com
2. Charming Green Floral Bedroom
Color Scheme: Mint and sage green combine with violet and wood tones to create a beautiful and charming bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: A queen bed is layered with multiple pillows, a tufted coverlet and violet colored throw which adds dimension to the bed.
Flooring: The exposed solid wood beam ceiling matches the wood flooring and contrasts against the green palette.
Wall Decor: A gorgeous green floral wallpaper adorns all the walls and contrasts against the violet semi-sheer roman shade on the window.
Lighting: Brass adjustable light sconces flank the bed for task lighting.
- Source: jennifermillerstudio.com
3. Mid-Century Inspired Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Deep green and teal contrast against the white and wood, with splashes of color in this mid-century inspired bedroom.
Furniture Selection: The dark green tufted headboard blends in with the lighter teal green wall and is flanked by small wood mid-century style nightstands.
Flooring: Rich honey hardwood floors add warmth to the cooler color tones of the design.
Wall Decor: Custom white drapes adorn the window and a bold teal green accent wall contrasts against the white walls.
Lighting: In place of table lamps, two elegant pinecone-shaped pendant lights hang from the ceiling flanking the bed.
4. Cozy Modern-Cottage Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Muted olive greens, grey and browns dominate this cozy modern-cottage style bedroom.
Furniture Selection: A velvet grey upholstered bed is paired with a rich leather chair for lounging and a wood desk area in front of the window.
Flooring: Light oak hardwood floors are the perfect fit and blend well with the muted olive green walls.
Wall Decor: Muted olive green paneled walls create a sense of bringing nature indoors.
Lighting: A unique horn-shaped pendant light hangs over the chair, while light scones hang above the bed for task lighting.
- Source: blockstudio.ru
5. Contemporary A-Frame Inspired Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Teal greens, white and black accents create a charming A-frame style bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: Custom cubby built-in shelves provide open storage and sit across from the platform bed that is layered with cozy bedding.
Flooring: Light hardwood floors are layered with a geometric black and white print rug which adds warmth to the design.
Wall Decor: This bedroom has a low cathedral ceiling that mimics an A-frame design with white beams that add dimension to the space.
Lighting: Multiple modern arm-light sconces hang high on the wall, shooting out over the room for ambient lighting.
- Source: Board & Vellum
6. Collected & Curated Green Bedroom
11. Chic & Ethereal Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Pale greens, grey and beige create a chic and ethereal bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: This chic room that has a pair of distressed nightstans flanking the light green arched headboard, which also has a vintage bench at the foot of bed.
Flooring: Dark maple hardwood floors are paired with a light print area rug providing warmth and softness to the room.
Wall Decor: Framed art on the walls adds character and custom drapes and roman shades add dimension to the design.
Lighting: Matching table lamps flanking the bed, provide task lighting, while the windows allow natural light to stream inside.
- Source: Phoebe Howard
12. Elegant Monochromatic Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: A monochromatic mix of soft green tones throughout create an elegant bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: The tufted green headboard sits across from a patterned chair and side table.
Flooring: A plush green area rug is layered on the dark hardwood floors, providing warmth and softness.
Wall Decor: The custom green curtains blend seamlessly with the soft green walls and the built-in armoire blends right into the room.
Lighting: Table lamps and small recessed lights in the ceiling, provide ample lighting in the room.
- Source: Мария Соловьёва
13. Vintage-Inspired Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Sage and olive green are mixed with white and purple to create a vintage inspired bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: The deep purple headboard contrasts against the floral green wallpaper on the walls.
Flooring: Warm wood floors add a natural element to the room.
Wall Decor: The semi-sheer drapes soften the vintage floral wallpaper which adorns the walls.
Lighting: A purple chandelier is perfectly matched with the pair of wall scones, providing ample lighting.
- Source: Мария Соловьёва
14. Hemingway-Inspired Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Rich golden leather, deep greens, red and white dominate this Hemingway inspired bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: Weathered leather chairs create a charming seating area across from the bed and matching wood nightstands.
Flooring: A red plaid rug is layered over the dark wood floors adding a rich pop of color to the room.
Wall Decor: Deep green walls contrast nicely against the patterned drapes and crisp white ceiling.
Lighting: Adjustable silver lamps flank the bed for task lighting and black spot lights in the ceiling add function.
15. Stylish & Layered Green Bedroom
Color Scheme: Pistachio green, taupe and white dominate this stylish and layered bedroom design.
Furniture Selection: A green velvet bench sits at the foot of the taupe upholstered bed, which is flanked by matching wood nightstands.
Flooring: A vintage style rug is layered over the dark maple hardwood floors to add warmth.
Wall Decor: Custom green roman shades adorn the windows and compliment the green walls.
Lighting: Adjustable arm sconces flank the bed providing ambient lighting.
Why Decorate With Green
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.
Check out our photo gallery of green primary bedroom designs for more ideas on how to use green in your bedroom.
Shades of Green
Green comes in so many shades it is hard to choose what should be used. On one end of the spectrum, you have soft, pastel-like colors such as mint. On the other end, you find the bold, darker colors like forest green and dark green.
Choosing the right shade is important to the over all aesthetics of the room. Generally, in the primary bedroom design, softer and more subtle greens are used. This allows you to pick accents of different colors that work well with the softness of the green. Yellow and light blue tones well and blend nicely.
Whatever you decide, soft and subtle or dark and strong, having green in your primary bedroom is sure to please the most difficult palette.
How to Accent With Green
We ran an analysis on 332061 primary bedrooms. We found a surprising 3.53% of those looked at were green in design. With so many shades and variations to choose from, it is easy to see why green is so often used.
Accent rugs and drapes in green bring the room inward from ceiling to floor. Adding green chair covers or lamp shades tie everything in and makes the whole room eye pleasing.
Design Styles Green Works With
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.
Tropical, Southwestern, farmhouse and Asian themes will also use green without any fuss. Their softer statements and free design features allow the use of the full green spectrum. These themes work best with green as an accent color or a primary color. With a little planning, you can use green to its full potential.