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The head of the traditional bed has a green wall that is flanked by tall and narrow windows above a bedside table and drawer.
The charming bed has a brown cushioned headboard that is flanked with wall-mounted candelabras as an accent for the plain green wall.
At the foot of the traditional bed, there is a fireplace inlaid with colorful marble stones that stand out against the green walls.
The high tray ceiling and light green walls are a nice background for the unique cushioned headboard flanked by two wall-mounted mirrors and bedside drawers.
The wooden pencil poster bed has red patterned sheets that stand out against the pastel green hue of the walls as well as the fireplace inlaid with white marble.
This is a chic primary bedroom with a green floral area rug and floral artworks mounted on the green wall above the white headboard.
This is a relaxing and elegant bedroom with a comfortable pencil poster bed topped with artwork mounted on the green wall above the wooden headboard.
The yellow-green walls of this bedroom are brightened by the multiple sources of light surrounding the traditional bed flanked by wooden bedside drawers.
This is a primary bedroom with an electric feel to it due to the contrast of green walls and ceiling with the bright orange area rug and bed.
This is a simple bedroom with a simple white bed that has a thin iron railing headboard that stands out against the green walls. The hardwood flooring is topped with a furry gray area rug.
This is a minimalist primary bedroom with green walls paired white cathedral ceiling and white carpeted floors that set a nice background for the wooden mission bed and bedside table.
The light green walls are paired with the light green sheets of the cottage bed that are flanked two circular bedside tables bearing table lamps.
The traditional wooden bedside drawers and dressers match the wooden mission bed that stands out against the light green walls and beige carpeted flooring.
The dynamic green walls of this primary bedroom is a nice contrast to the simple bare wooden headboard of the bed and the white flooring topped with a gray area rug.
The dark green cushioned headboard of the traditional bed blends with the green wall and is flanked by two elegant pinecone-shaped golden pendant lights.
The bare wooden headboard of the traditional bed is a nice complement for the light green hue of the wall that is adorned with a couple of framed artworks of plants.
The dark green matte wall at the head of the bed is a nice background for a couple of industrial pendant lights hanging over the side of the bed that has gray sheets complementing the hardwood flooring.
The pastel blue-green walls are a perfect match for the blue-green velvet cushioned bed frame flanked by modern bedside drawers.
This spacious bedroom is dominated by a large pencil poster bed that matches the wooden molding of the green walls.
The green walls of this bright primary bedroom have arched doorways that lead to different areas. The hardwood flooring is a nice match for the white ceiling.
This bedroom has a low cathedral ceiling that is painted white to contrast the green walls that have wide windows and built-in shelves across from the platform bed.
The cheerful light green shade of the walls is paired rustic elements from the green footlocker and the plank wood headboard of the traditional bed.
The traditional bed with a white cushioned headboard is wonderfully contrasted by the dark green wall adorned with a black and white artwork flanked by two square French windows.
This bright bedroom has elegant intricate designs on its green walls and white tray ceiling that hangs a brilliant crystal chandelier over the traditional bed with a pink cushioned headboard.
This bedroom has pastel green shiplap walls complemented by simple wall-mounted artwork over the beige headboard flanked by wooden bedside tables.
This is an airy and spacious primary bedroom with a high white cove ceiling complemented by pastel green walls filled with massive glass windows that illuminate the gray bed and area rug.
This charming primary bedroom has a wooden cathedral ceiling with exposed beams that contrast the avocado green walls. This is complemented by the warm yellow light of the table lamps flanking the brown bed.
The wooden four-poster bed has intricate carvings that match the wooden footlocker that contrasts the beige area rug and green walls paired with a white ceiling.
The white coffered ceiling is a nice match for the arched alcove of the green wall by the wooden headboard of the traditional bed that stands out against the white wainscoting as well as the wooden bedside drawers.
This is a simple and chic primary bedroom that has a pair of distressed bedside drawers flanking the light green headboard of the traditional bed that has a low cushioned bench at the foot of the bed matching the green walls.
The walls are dominated by bright green wallpaper that has intricate designs contrasted by the simple white ceiling and the striped green cushioned headboard of the traditional bed.
The brilliant windows are paired with light green curtains that blend with the green walls that have a golden wall-mounted sun-like artwork above the cushioned headboard.
The wooden pencil posters of this bed have elegant intricate carvings that provide a nice contradiction to the smooth green walls that are adorned with a fireplace inlaid with brick that goes up the wall to the arched green ceiling.
The chic grape-colored chandelier is perfectly matched with the pair of wall-mounted lamps above the maroon cushioned headboard that stands out against the floral green wallpaper of the walls.
The bright and cheerful pastel green hue of the walls is further brightened by the white cove ceiling and the natural light coming in from the tall windows framed with white molding that contrast the gray bed.
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.