Green Bedroom Ideas – From Sage Green to Emerald Green

Over the next few months RenoCompare will bring you a selection of inspirational posts dedicated to bedroom interior decor & design ideas using a single color. We begin with ideas for a green bedroom!

Green is one of the most versatile colors used in decorating. From bright chartreuse, to cool mint, to bold emerald, the possibilities are nearly endless. And as one of predominant colors in nature, green is unlikely to go out of style anytime soon. Introducing a little bit of green into your bedroom is easy with a lamp, rug, or a few throw pillows. And for the perfect green bedroom don’t forget to bring some of the outside inside with a potted tree or a small plant. Add more green with painted furniture, curtains, or an accent wall and voila…a green bedroom that will have your friends…well…green with envy! (Sorry)

Dark Green Bedroom
Dark Green Bedroom

And the bedroom is a great place to use green because of the many moods that it can convey. Green pastel colors make a room feel calm and soothing, while more vivid shades create a cheerful space, perfect for starting off your day! And when we talk about green bedrooms we don’t mean completely green! Green also works well with all of your favorite colors – blue, brown, pink, orange, just use your imagination to blend these colors together.

Take a look at these green bedrooms ideas and discover how to inject this multipurpose color into your own home!

Tropicstropics

Even with white walls, green plays a big part in this Sea Island, Georgia bedroom. Furniture, bedding, curtains, and accessories, though all different shades of green, work together to create a bold, tropical beach vibe.

Softer Shadessofter shades

Using four different patterns in a green bedroom may seem like way too much, but because the fabrics are all the same shade of spring green, everything works together. Chose a color you can’t get enough of and don’t be afraid to mix and match patterns!

Lively Limelively lime

A cheery wall color wakes up this lime green bedroom in this Charlotte, North Carolina home. Fabric and accessories in an equally bright hue pair well with the blue accents and dark furniture.

Emerald Styleemerald style

Nominated Pantone’s 2013 Color of the Year, emerald green is still making a statement in the design world! The happy hue, paired with crisp white and navy, creates a preppy, modern space.

Modern Countrymodern country

New York designer Timothy Whealon used a softer shade on the green walls of this bedroom, and incorporated rich chocolate browns and brighter pops of green for a cozy farmhouse vibe.

Just a Touchjust a touch

Paint isn’t the only way to inject your bedroom with a punch of green. Leafy curtain fabric and a beautiful plant are a more subtle way to add color.

Room with a Viewroom with a view

The view is certainly the star of this Connecticut bedroom! And painting the walls this mossy green helps to seamlessly blend the inside with the out.

Barely Therebarely there

Understated greenish-gray colors and minimal accessories create a serene, spa-like atmosphere in this green master bedroom idea, perfect for restful nights and quiet mornings.

Moody Huesmoody hues

Scandinavian design has been popular for quite some time in America, featuring sleek minimalism and simplicity, with a trend towards darker interiors. The deep gray-green in this Swedish bedroom is offset by white accessories and plenty of lighting options.

I Love Olivei love olive

Fun polka-dot wallpaper and a retro-inspired color palette show off the fun side of olive green! The nail-head trimmed headboard adds sophistication.

Cocooncocoon

There’s no such thing as too much green! In this dark green bedroom the emerald green hue is carried up from the walls and over the ceiling, producing a restful, cocoon-like feeling. Graphic curtains and black furniture compliment the exuberant color.

What a Mixwhat a mix

This eclectic bedroom proves that green goes with just about anything! Green, blue, pink, and gold play big roles, but none of them overwhelm this bedroom.

Accentsaccents

A little green can go a long way. In this bedroom designed by Tobi Fairley, bright green stools and a funky light fixture add just the right touch of color to balance the rich brown walls.

Farmhouse Reduxfarmhouse redux

Despite its small size, this small guest bedroom in a Texas home, packs in a lot of style. The walls and trim are covered in a sage green and the faux-bois comforter and botanical curtains add coziness.

Minty Freshminty fresh

Soft mint green and lavender steal the show in this bedroom by Annsley Interiors. Dark blue on the dresser and bedding help to anchor the light-filled room.

If you have a green bedroom idea that you’d like to share please submit it to us and we’d be happy to publish it.


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Jamie Sandford - Owner and Lead Editor at RenoCompareJamie Sandford is the Chief Editor at RenoCompare (find out more). Jamie has been involved in construction for over 30 years. Straight out of college, Jamie worked with construction crews for the television, film and theatre industries for over 12 years. In his thirties, he turned his attention to DIY decorating and construction, working on many house renovations and remodels. During this time he started to specialize in home flooring and in 2013 he launched the Home Flooring Pros website. Two years later he launched RenoCompare.

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