Green is a calming, centering color—the color of rejuvenation—so it's a great choice for bathrooms. Often overlooked, green is a somewhat unexpected, but often stunning shade for nearly any bathroom. From emerald to sage, this color can provide a moment of calm before you start your day or as you get ready for bedtime.
Green is an incredibly versatile and flexible color, perfect for modern bathrooms or classic ones. Whether you want to splash a coat of paint on your vanity (like this stunning hunter green version from craven_haven) or you are into a total tile revamp, here's some inspiration to make you want to go green.
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Hunter Green Paint
One of the easiest and most effective ways to use green in your bathroom is simply by repainting the walls with a rich, glorious shade like this one from kathrynlavin. Green paint comes in a wide variety of shades, but this earthy, moody hue is giving us major inspiration. Plus, when paired with the white fixtures and subway tile, it stays light and airy.Continue to 2 of 14 below.
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Shiny Green Tiles
This bathroom from jonathanbondphotography nearly stopped us in our tracks. The bold chevron-laid tiles surely make a splash (no pun intended) in this guest bathroom. We love the rich jade hue that feels sophisticated but still a little playful, especially when paired with a pop of pink and gold.Continue to 3 of 14 below.
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Soft Mint Green
If you want to create a spa-like space in your home, this stunning bathroom from architectseat is the perfect inspiration. The light mint green tiles feel incredibly clean and refreshing, especially when paired with the teak wood details. Pair a light, airy green with bamboo or natural wood in the bathroom for a neutral look that still has a pop of color.Continue to 4 of 14 below.
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Deep Green and Dramatic
This stunning green bathroom from divinesavages is incredibly moody and utterly chic. We adore the art deco wallpaper and the gold bamboo mirror. Thought it's on the darker side of the palette spectrum, this bathroom gives off a luxurious and calming feel. We love this kind of tone for a powder room or a guest bathroom where you can truly impress your family and friends.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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Deep Green Soaking Tub
What is more luxurious than a soaking tub? A dark green soaking tub, like this one from thehousepotnoodlesbuilt. This bathroom has just enough color to give it plenty of texture and depth, but the contrasting white walls keep it light and open. While black and white will always be a classic combo, consider mixing it up and swapping out black for a dark green instead.Continue to 6 of 14 below.
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Wallpaper and Moody Tiles
This lovely bathroom pictured by beckykimball may be small, but it's big on style. We love the pairing of the dark green tiles with the lighter, fresh, beach-y wallpaper. If you're worried that a dark green will overpower your bathroom, pairing it with lighter greens, grays and tans will keep it airy and bright while still packing a punch.Continue to 7 of 14 below.
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Pink and Green
We think it's time that pink and green replaced black and white as the best color combo out there. The colors of this fun bathroom from maxmademedoit give off a tropical island vibe we can't get enough of. The soft, muted pink walls are balanced and grounded by the rich green floors and bathtub in this room.Continue to 8 of 14 below.
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Paint the Tub
If you want an easy way to add a pop of green to your bathroom, consider refinishing a tub. A vintage clawfoot tub like this one from postprentisdesign is the perfect canvas for a coat of paint. Plus, this is a fairly easy DIY to do again and again whenever you feel like updating your bathroom space.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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Focus on the Wainscoting
If your bathroom has beautifully detailed wainscoting like this one from Small Stuff Counts consider giving it a mini makeover with a fresh coat of paint. We love how this moody green paint transforms the whole bathroom and makes it feel totally new. The right color can give your bathroom a facelift without needing to spend a lot of money.Continue to 10 of 14 below.
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A Classic Bathroom
Many of the green bathrooms so far are modern, but this sweet bathroom from melanielissackinteriors proves that the shade works for nearly any home decor style. We love the muted sage green wainscoting, especially when paired with the lovely floral wallpaper.
There are so many shades of green out there that there's bound to be a version that works for your style.Continue to 11 of 14 below.
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Green is such a powerful color that it can make your bathroom look unique and interesting, even in a simply decorated space. This chic bathroom from karynmillet features a lovely shade of hunter green and a geometric wallpaper that complements it perfectly.Continue to 12 of 14 below.
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A Pop of Color
Green is one of those colors where a little goes a long way. This cozy little bathroom from thewhitepeppervintage proves that even a pop of green paint can totally transform a bathroom. Painting the back of a shelf or the interior side of a door is a great way to give your bathroom a mini-makeover without a lot of effort.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Now is the time to embrace your inner mermaid and channel the deep seas. As in this beautiful bathroom from theoldpiggery_, green is a great color to create a nautical vibe that's a bit different from the standard blue and white version. Pick dark greens with blueish undertones for an ocean-inspired look.Continue to 14 of 14 below.
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Create Your Own Built-In
We love this bathroom from claire.a.ramshaw, which creates the illusion of a built-in shelving unit with a single coat of paint. This rich green not only makes the whole space appear larger, but by painting the shelf the same shade as the wall, it almost blends into it and becomes invisible.
We often shy away from dark colors because we're scared they will make small spaces feel claustrophobic, but the truth is that a deep moody color like green will actually push the walls out and give the room more depth.