Gorgeous Green Living Rooms
There are colors that are used very often in interior decoration, because they are classic and easy to combine. In addition, they are perfect because they do not require so much care. Some of those colors are brown, black, blue, and other dark shades that come in handy because they do not require constant cleaning. But if you want an interior decoration in bright, summer and warm colors, which although very clear and that require a lot of care in terms of cleaning, result in very pleasant atmospheres.
Whether it's a green accent wall or a few seafoam green throw pillows, adding a pop of green has the power to completely transform any living room. If you want a more dramatic feel, be sure to indulge in colors like dark moss and emerald green. Looking for a little tranquility? Paint your walls in softer hue like mint. And for those looking to make a big impact, there is always the tried and true lime green.
If you're not quite sure which color best suits you, we've got you covered. Keep scrolling to see our hand picked collection of the best green living rooms by designers and visualizers around the globe. Green is having a major moment in home decor, and it's not hard to see why. A versatile tone, green can inspire tranquility and calm or make a moody, bold statement. From olive to sage to hunter, we love decorating with green, especially in the living room.
Whether you're into a modern look or you opt for more neutral shades of green, these beautiful green living rooms prove that it's truly a color for every home.
Layer Shades of Green
This stunning room from naptimestyle proves that you don't have to settle for just one shade of green in your living room. The dark green walls pair beautifully with the light green chair and create a textured look that's tranquil and serene. When decorating with a monochrome palette, pick a base color, and look for shades of the same color that complement.
A true earthy green
A little bit of green can go a long way in a living room, especially when you're spending a lot of time indoors. "An olive green, like Sap Green, is the perfect hue for those who want to embrace a stronger color with a mid-century modern feel, but still stay in touch with nature and benefit from evoking calmness and serenity," O'Donnell explains. This organic green is a true reflection of nature, creating a soft, lived-in atmosphere when combined with Broccoli Brown and Duck Green.
Used in smaller spaces, such as a hallway or porch, it creates a richer, more vital atmosphere. This organic green is a true reflection of nature, creating a soft, lived-in atmosphere when combined with Broccoli Brown and Duck Green. Used in smaller spaces, such as a hallway or porch, it creates a richer, more vital atmosphere.
The green walls in this modern living room are beautifully offset by a white entertainment console and accent chairs. Combining green and white is a great way to obtain a fresh and energizing design aesthetic. We love that cute ottoman coffee table!
Rusty orange with a sage green
Large windows that allow lots of natural light make sure that this room isn’t overwhelmed by it’s dark green hue. Try pairing rusty orange with a sage green to achieve a similar tribal vibe.
Bold color in this room
The oversized accent rug, floor to ceiling art work, and a marble fireplace grant the luxurious feel in this bespoke living room. With the olive green walls being the only bold color in this room, it just goes to show that you don’t need a crazy color palette to pull off a good living room design.
It can be difficult to settle on a paint color in an open concept living room and dining room, but this deep teal shade from houseofbaskin is a great go-to choice. It's courageous and unexpected, but also creates even more depth in an open space. While this green definitely has blueish undertones, it's still firmly in the green family and gives off calming vibes in any living space. Pair it with natural wood and woven textiles.
Muted Green. Living room with olive green paint
A muted green shade like this one from les.jolis.interieurs is a great choice for classic decor styles. It creates an elevated look that is sophisticated and easy to pair. It works beautifully with off-white and tan, and even other shades of green (like the deep green of this velvet couch).
Modern Green Seattle Remodel
We loved staging this room. We expected a white room, but when we walked in, we saw this accent wall color. By adding black and white wall art pieces, we managed to pull it off. These are real MCM furniture pieces and they fit into this new remodel beautifully.
A Vintage-Inspired Hue. Living room with green walls
Green is one of those shades that can work in both modern and vintage spaces, as proven by this living room by the_boho_hobos. This rustic space features a stove that is framed beautifully by medium green walls. If you want to create a thrifty, antiqued look in your home, green is a great base and plays well with other deep, traditional hues.
Orange and green is the perfect combo for those looking to make a statement. Take a note from this living room’s design and add a contrasting hue to the backboard of a bookshelf. It’s a great way to not only highlight wall shelves , but this design technique can also be used to add some color to free standing bookshelves as well.
Lime green: stylish and functional
Proof that small living rooms can be both stylish and functional. The bright pop of lime green found in the ottomans, throw pillows, and vases throughout this modern living room play amazingly well off of the geometric blue couch cushions and wood accents. The combo of a bright color paired with wood is a wonderful way to help create an inviting and fun space.
Flow is essential for good design, especially in open-concept spaces, and color can help you achieve that goal. Here we see the same seafoam green on the living room accent wall be carried to the dining area and displayed on two of the chairs. The continuation of color is essential to tie this space together. Note that the a clean, bright white and modern gray have also been used in both rooms.
A large wall terrarium draws the eye to the back of this wondrous living room. Although such an extravagant project may not be in your budget, a large nature painting or mural would have a similar effect.
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