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25 of the Best Green Paint Color Options For Your Kids Bedrooms

A beautiful kid's bedroom with shed ceiling and lime green walls.

So, your kid wants a green room, the problem is that there are so many shades of green, which do you choose? Which is the right green? We’ve taken the pain from the process by listing the 25 best shades of green paint for a kid’s bedroom – you're welcome!

Every parent wants to incite creativity and self-expression in their child, from the early days of encouraging them to choose the color of play dough you were making to them choosing a car. So, when my child suggested we repaint her bedroom I was excited. What could be more fun than a bedroom makeover? Be warned, this task is more daunting than you could imagine. A mere green room has many faces. In fact, there are hundreds of shades of green. How do you choose the best option?

For reasons of parental sanity, I am sharing my research with you. By utilizing the following list of the 25 best green paint colors for your kid’s bedroom, you can all enjoy the experience together.

Moth’s Wing by BEHR (P370-1)

Moth's Wing by Behr

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Elegant subtlety gives this shade a quiet touch of green while remaining significantly neutral, almost like sitting on the fence. If your kid’s room is small or if you are not so enthusiastic about the idea of painting their room green, this color will please everyone. It reminds me of a spearmint milkshake with very little flavoring. The styling that accompanies this color is very easy due to the neutrality of the shade.

Pale Vista by Benjamin Moore (2029-60)

Pale Vista by Benjamin Moore

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The beauty of a pale shade makes for a relaxing and subtle environment that is ideal for a baby or toddler’s room. The fresh and uplifting feeling that emanates from Pale Vista will have a calming effect on both its occupant and you, as we all know a parent needs little calm from time to time. The bonus with this shade is that you can safely add colorful toys without the fear of clashing with the wall color.

Dill by Sherwin-Williams (SW6438)

Dill by Sherwin-Williams

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There is no doubt that our kids live a hectic life with school, homework, sports, and clubs taking most of their time. In their free time, it is important to provide them with a safe and harmonious environment, allowing them to unwind and revitalize. Such a sanctuary could be created for a teen with this color. A bold statement can be easily acquired by styling the room with wood, white or gray tones. The greatest advantage is the psychological impact of the shade which is said to alleviate anxiety and depression. It’s a winner.

Wasabi by BEHR (M340-4)

Wasabi by Behr

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The healing power of green shines through with this shade. Mixing perfectly with either white trim or the natural tones of wood, this color is the perfect balance between subtlety and gusto. The gentle nature of this shade gives your kids room positive and fresh energy, balancing the heart and the emotions.

Julep by Sherwin-Williams (SW6746)

Julep by Sherwin-Williams

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I adore this color due to the positivity it exudes. The rich hue and vibrancy make me smile just by looking at it. This shade would be perfect for a baby’s room as bright colors are easier for them to distinguish. Contrasts in color are ideal to enhance their learning which could easily be done in a room of this color with the addition of red, yellow and blue wall art stickers.

Celtic Folklore by Benjamin Moore (411)

Celtic Folklore by Benjamin Moore

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As far as inspirational colors go, this is one of my favorites. If you are looking for a room shade to inspire hope, positivity, and harmony, this is a fabulous choice. The fresh feeling your child will wake up to each morning will have them leaping out of bed in a positive frame of mind. Of course, this is not a guarantee as it does a great job, however, it is just paint.

End of the Rainbow by BEHR (P400-2)

End of the Rainbow by Behr

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I have to be honest, I just love the name of this color. However, the freshness is relaxing and cooling due to the blue hue. It’s the perfect color for a kid that wants a coastal feel in their room and the calming influence will settle them at the end of a busy day at school. After all, who doesn’t want to find out what’s at the end of the rainbow?

Sounds of Nature by Benjamin Moore (556)

Sounds of Nature by Benjamin Moore

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The slight blue hue in this shade has a cooling effect on the room. If your kid’s room is on the warmer side of the house or if you are trying to save electricity and have turned off the air conditioning in their room, this color would work well. The cheery elements of the color are uplifting and could help with a depressed or nervous child. It is said that surrounding your kid with positive colors has a positive effect on their mindset. Worth a try.

Sassy Green by Sherwin-Williams (SW6416)

Sassy Green by Sherwin-Williams

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Some may ask why this color would suit a kid’s room but stick with me here. This shade carries all the psychological benefits of green with a slight alternative to the traditional green shades. There are several situations where this color produces a spectacular room. In a light and bright room with floorboards, this color looks amazing and can be brought to life with the addition of red or other brightly colored elements such as some wall art. Another alternative is to only paint part of the room, either one or two walls or the lower portion of all the walls. White trim also sets off this shade beautifully.

Willow Hedge by BEHR (P410-4)

Willow Hedge by Behr

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The slight blue hue in this shade gives the room a cool feeling and exudes feminine charm. Feelings of harmony and self-control are experienced when in a room of this color, which are traits that any parent would be wise to encourage. If your little princess or prince could benefit from some calming, try this color.

Sherwood Green by Benjamin Moore (HC-118)

Sherwood Green by Benjamin Moore

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Sherwood Green is a beautifully relaxing, sophisticated shade which leans itself towards an older child. The tone works wonderfully with the natural tones of wooden floorboards and bold colored styling such as red. I’m a fan. Try giving your teen the free rein to style their own room with this shade, they can’t go wrong.

Supreme Green by Sherwin-Williams (SW6442)

Supreme Green by Sherwin-Williams

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While some shades of green can be robust, Supreme Green is gentle and peaceful. The colors subtle elegance adds a soothing feeling to any room. If you are chasing a calming, relaxing environment for your kid with just a background element of green, this is a wonderful shade to choose. The slight blue hue also gives the room a slight cooling effect, a useful perk if you live in a warm climate.

Fresh Scent Green by Benjamin Moore (2033-30)

Fresh Scent Green by Benjamin Moore

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Shades of green are said to have healing powers that enhance vision, stability, and endurance, and this shade has all that in spades. It is lively and energetic, just begging to be played in. A fun aspect of this color is that its bold nature encourages you to add exciting wall art or a blackboard component to the walls. This could be the perfect color for your kid’s room.

Fresh Cut Grass by Benjamin Moore (2026-50)

Fresh Cut Grass by Benjamin Moore

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Light, bright and warming describe the fresh hue of this shade. With the yellow aspect of this color come the feelings of optimism and clarity that every parent wants for their kid. Match the walls with a white ceiling and trims and, hey presto, you have a beautifully fresh room every child will love.

Chilled Mint by BEHR (P390-2)

Chilled Mint by Behr

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After a busy day at school, your kid is going to love coming home to their new Chilled Mint room. The stress of the day will melt away like a spearmint ice-cream on a hot summer day when they spend time soaking up the equilibrium and calm nature of this color. I think we all need a little chilled mint in our lives from time to time.

Hazel by Sherwin-Williams (SW6471)

Hazel by Sherwin-Williams

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It’s true — this color does very closely resemble a blue shade, however, it is officially in the green spectrum. As a result of having blue tones comes the benefits associated with blue such as encouraging feelings of emotional calm, harmony. The gender and age neutrality of this shade makes it an easy choice for any kid’s room.

Chamomile by Benjamin Moore (397)

Chamomile by Benjamin Moore

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If creativity is what you are attempting to encourage, this is your color. The bright lime tone brings a feeling of energy and life to the room, inspiring a creative mind to sprout as they play. To feed their creativity, painting a blackboard on one of the walls would pair beautifully with the color. The sky is the limit with this shade!

Tropics by BEHR (P450-6)

Tropics by Behr

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In this room, your kid will feel like they are on permanent vacation (well just enough to recover from their day at school). The blue hue of the color encourages emotional calmness and clarity, while the gentle tone soothes their soul. When they are totally rejuvenated, homework time will be a breeze as they will be refreshed and ready to conquer all.

Limelight by Benjamin Moore (2025-40)

Limelight by Benjamin Moore

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If your kid’s room is small and on the dark side (not in the Star Wars way), this shade of lime would work wonders in brightening and opening up space. The color is said to trigger feelings of renewal, energy, and positivity which are a wonderful gift for a child. Also, due to the aspects of yellow within this shade, the room will feel a little warmer which also helps a dark room.

Verdigreen by Sherwin-Williams (SW9042)

Verdigreen by Sherwin-Williams

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This is simply a beautiful color and would be advantageous in any kid’s bedroom. The rich tone and deep-sea shade will give a peaceful feeling to the room’s inhabitant. No matter what age, this room will inspire your kid to feel a sense of hope, health, and adventure. For our younger inhabitants, a pirate ship wall sticker would suit this shade perfectly and remove some block color to give the room personalization.

Vine Green by Benjamin Moore (2034-20)

Vine Green by Benjamin Moore

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If you are after a dramatic impact, this shade could be for you. Vine Green has a deep connection to nature and is relaxing to the eye. It inspires a feeling of security and comfort to its inhabitants. The shade will give the illusion of decreasing the size of the room which will make your kid feel safe and nurtured.

Fresh Apple by BEHR (P360-6)

Fresh Apple by Behr

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If you want your kid to be energized and full of vitality, this is your color. It is said that people draw energy from being in nature, among the greenery and I feel this shade draws inspiration from this idea, encouraging harmony and energy renewal. An apple tree wall art sticker would look perfect in the corner of a room in this shade.

Seawashed Glass by Sherwin-Williams (SW 9034)

Seawashed Glass by Sherwin-Williams

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This is a fun and adventurous color with plenty of personality. In a room painted in this shade, your kid will wake up each morning ready to face the world with energy and vigor. The natural shade is easily styled with any natural tones of gray, brown or white which makes the job of creating a stunning kid’s bedroom less challenging for you.

Reviving Green by BEHR (P340-3)

Reviving Green by Behr

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The name says it all, this positive shade adds warmth and clarity to any room. No matter what size room your kid resides in, this shade will encourage feelings of hope and restore depleted energy after a challenging day at school. It is said that colors with yellow elements promote mental clarity and optimism within the brain. If your kid could benefit from a boost, maybe this is the shade for you.

Aloe by Sherwin-Williams (SW 6464)

Aloe by Sherwin-Williams

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This stunning shade of green is very close to blue which is perfect if your kid is finding it difficult to choose between the two colors. It has been said that looking at blue shades can make you feel up to 40 degrees cooler, so this color will work well if you live in a warm climate.

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