6 Must-See Photos of Refreshing Green Interiors
These spaces can relax your eyes and help you get through the day
Some say that if your eyes are too tired or strained, take a break and look at something green. This can be a tree, a few plants, or a green wall. What is it about green that makes it a stand out color? It can easily remind us of nature or a calming oasis that seem to take our worries away.
There are homeowners who choose to work with a green color palette to achieve a nature or tropical vibe in their spaces. If you've always wanted a relaxed and laid-back feel at home, you may want to work with this refreshing color, too! Here are six photos that might leave you green with envy—but in a good way!
You would definitely love to come home to a bedroom with soothing colors. Pair your green walls with a green side table and crisp white sheets. To keep up with the theme, you may also add two or three colorful pillows.
Photo from Mad & Bolig.
Spruce up an outdoor area and create a special space that's reminiscent of a beach house! For this look, you don't have to paint the walls green. Consider having white as a dominant color and work with green for your accent pieces. Choose a green sofa, green pillows, and a few wooden elements. Complete the look with a brown rug and a potted plant.
Photo from Lantliv.
If you think that your kitchen is too plain, you can always opt to have a vibrant backsplash! A green backsplash can work well with white cabinets and drawers.
Photo from Walker Zanger.
There are days when we can't help but feel like our bathroom is too cramped. Transform your space by choosing green! It will instantly make your private space seem more spacious.
Photo from DigsDigs.
Light green walls, white fixtures, and a green bath mat can create an impact in a small powder room.
Photo from Young House Love.
Green can work even in your kids' playroom or bedroom, too! It's a gender-neutral color that's a great choice for shared bedrooms. In this playroom, green works best with printed rugs and pillows. Achieve a cohesive look by painting the shelves in the same hue as the walls. You may also add wooden pieces for a warm and cozy touch.
Photo from Dar Amina.
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