“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.” – Pedro Calderon de la Barca
What color are the walls in your bedroom? If you haven’t painted or thought about your bedroom decor in a while, then you’re overdue. Your master bedroom should reflect your personality and style while also helping you relax and sleep.
These green bedroom ideas will get you inspired to choose a new paint color for your bedroom walls.
With the right shade of green, you can emulate feelings of nature. Or you could choose a shade that’s vibrant and rich to motivate you in the morning. Green is a perfect color for your bedroom and looks beautiful with a variety of decor and interior design themes.
1. Accent Wall
If you aren’t ready to make your entire bedroom green, then why not make one feature wall green? Then you can enjoy the beauty and physiological benefits of a green wall color without having to paint your entire bedroom.
When making your green accent wall, don’t just paint the wall and have a plain green wall. Try creating a design by using wood trim to create a pattern and texture. Or you could use another color with the green paint. Adding metallic accents can give it a luxurious look and feel.
2. Boy’s Room
If your little boy loves green, then why not make his dreams come true by skipping the traditional navy blue color scheme and painting his room a green shade instead?
You could even let him pick out the color green that he likes best. Perhaps this is bright lime green, or maybe he prefers a darker hunter green. You can then pair it with bedroom decor that compliments the green he chooses. You could have another shade of green for the bedding or floor rug.
Choose a hunter green and pair it with your white walls for a classic look. Embrace the preppy feel of this color combination for your bedroom. Choose lighter woods for the bedframe, headboard, and other bedroom furniture. This creates a crisp and fresh feeling in your bedroom.
Try pairing sage green with a saddle or tan leather and brass or copper. This will give your bedroom a warm and welcoming feel that’s slightly masculine. You’ll like the easy elegance that oozes traditional style while also feeling fresh.
Pamper yourself with elegance by painting your bedroom a darker shade of green paint. This will make your bedroom furniture pop when placed against the bedroom wall.
Choose a headboard that’s made from more expensive materials. It could be made of expensive wood or upholstered in leather.
Then complete the feeling of luxury with high thread count bedding, a thick comforter, and plush pillows. You’ll feel like royalty as you sink into your comfy bed and slip into a deep sleep.
Continue the elegant feeling through your bedroom by mounting a mirror with a gilded frame on the wall. Then hang a chandelier from the ceiling for additional lighting.
5. Forest Green
You don’t have to paint your room forest green to use a darker green in your bedroom. Instead, look for furniture that’s made in this green color.
Place a forest green accent chair in the corner of your bedroom to create a cozy reading nook. Lay a dark green area rug on the floor.
Go bold with your forest green with a green bed frame and headboard or dresser.
If you’re brave with your interior design, consider painting your ceiling forest green. This can be a stunning and unique look, especially if you pair it with matching green walls or crisp white wheels.
6. Girl’s Room
Skip the stereotypical pink and paint your girl’s room something different. Light green walls can create a fresh feel. It also looks beautiful with pink if your daughter happens to love pink.
Try creating a pattern on the wall with the two colors. Or paint the walls one color and use the other to accent the room, such as pink walls with green pillows, area rug, and window treatments.
If your daughter is older, you can keep the room from feeling too young and sweet by adding gold accents. This elevates the room and makes it feel more adult. Change the fixtures to one with a contemporary feel.
7. Guest Room
If you like the color green but aren’t ready to commit to the color in your bedroom, then why not try out these green bedroom designs in your guest bedroom. This lets you create a beautiful bedroom design for your guests that spend the night in your guest room.
Your guest bedroom is your chance to create a bold design with a rich, vibrant dark green. Channel Great Gatsby with art deco accents and touches of gold throughout the room. Or you could have a soft and sweet bedroom with a mint green that’s paired with rattan and whitewashed wood.
Considering green when looking at decorating ideas for your home is a smart choice. Pale green shades like mint green feel light, bright, clean, and fresh. Darker shades are enriching, motivating, and channel the feel of money.
You don’t have to give your walls a green tone to add green to your home’s interior. Add decorative elements such as throw pillows for a less permanent option.
Add several shades of green when choosing decorative pieces for a multi-dimensional look. It’s also a beautiful color for adding a pop of color. You can add a rich emerald green velvet sofa to your living room.
Get yourself into the right mindset by giving your bedroom design an update with a rich shade of green. You can create a calming oasis escape from the world that almost feels spa-like. Start your bedroom makeover by choosing the shade of green that you like best.
Choose several options that you find attractive. Then tape the paint chip to the wall or paint a sample square. It can help to place them in several areas around your bedroom.
Then you can see how the colors look with the changing light throughout the day. You may find that a color you loved in the store looks terrible in your home.
Creating a modern bedroom is about using furniture with minimal ornamental and crisp, clean lines. You can have green bedroom walls with crisp white bedding on a black frame bed. Or try painting your walls a soothing cream color and pairing them with green bedding.
Choose a softer shade of green or one that’s complex in hue. A light green bedroom where it looks slightly grey in hue works well. Or choose a darker green shade with hints of blue for a multi-dimensional feel. Sage green will give your bedroom an earthy feel.
Using green to paint your walls will work perfectly with your rustic room and decor. You could create a mint green bedroom. The lighter green will have a fresh feel. It will also balance well with the darker rough-hewn wood of rustic furniture.
Mint green walls can look good when paired with white and black accents. This will balance the room and prevent it from being too bright and light. Another option is to add white tones by whitewashing the wood. This will give the wood a rustic look while also adding visual variety.
Try using wallpaper to make the walls green. You could choose wallpaper with a creative pattern for an eclectic bedroom. You could choose one with a geometric pattern or a full wall-scale mural.
This is also a smart option if you want to choose a vibrant color like lime green or dark emerald green. This color painted on your walls will be harder to cover later on should you decide to change it.
Choosing a wallpaper in this color is easier because you can simply remove the wallpaper, and the color is removed. This makes it easier to change your bedroom’s color scheme later on.