If you're looking to give your bedroom a bit of a refresh, why not opt for a makeover involving the color green? There are so many ways to incorporate the hue into your space—in the form of paint, wallpaper, textiles (or all three!). What's wonderful about green is that there are truly so many shades to choose from—olive, emerald, sage, you name it—so you can easily find a hue that matches your aesthetic. Plus, green is a favorite of both children and adults—you don't have to worry about it appearing too "young" or too "grown up" in any space that you're designing; it shines in primary bedrooms and nurseries alike.
Whether you crave a soothing sanctuary or a space that's romantic and bold, you can achieve the look with green. Green is also a favorite among traditionalists and modernists alike, so no matter if you gravitate toward grandmillennial style rooms or prefer that your space looks ultra contemporary, you can't go wrong.
Before committing to a color, it's important to get a sense of the many ways in which you can incorporate it into your space and understand the other hues with which it pairs best. But don't worry, we've done the research for you! Below, we've rounded up 35 of our favorite green bedrooms that will inspire you to work the color into your own home today.
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Deep Green and Brass
There's just something so stunning about a green and gold combo. Blogger Emily Cosnotti's guest bedroom demonstrates how well pops of brass pair with deep green walls. Her curtain rod and mirror add a luxe look to the simple yet elegant space.Continue to 2 of 35 below.
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Green and Pink
This preppy color combo looks gorgeous in more whimsical spaces like interior designer Maria Jones's, too. An accent wall featuring bold wallpaper is the room's focal point and creates visual interest behind the bed. If you opt for a pattern like this one, keeping it to just one section of the bedroom, as seen here, is ideal—it could easily overwhelm a space, particularly if your room is small.Continue to 3 of 35 below.
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Sage Green and Wood
Have a special furniture piece you're looking to showcase? Blogger Miranda Schroeder let her mid-century modern dresser shine in her sage green bedroom. The wooden piece pops against the wall color and looks right at home with the other earthy tones she incorporated into the space.Continue to 4 of 35 below.
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Green and Neutrals
Blogger Kala Weiderholt of My Breezy Room painted the walls of her bedroom a vibrant emerald green but kept the rest of her furniture and decor nice and simple. Her space is proof that one can love colors and neutrals and combine them seamlessly to achieve the best of both worlds.Continue to 5 of 35 below.
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Green and Yellow
Designing a space or young ones? Green is an excellent, playful color choice for kids' bedrooms, too. Blogger Serena Appiah used the hue in her own sons' bedroom and incorporated pops of yellow for an even more cheerful touch.Continue to 6 of 35 below.
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Sometimes, you stumble upon a find that is beautiful enough to inspire an entire bedroom refresh. Blogger Alisa Bovino's grandmillennial style bedroom was designed around a darling bowood headboard that she purchased secondhand. Her jade green walls pair beautifully with the classic fabric, as well as the material she sourced for her curtains.Continue to 7 of 35 below.
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You don't need to travel far at all to relax and unwind. Blogger Jenna LeBlanc wanted her bedroom to resemble a tropical oasis, and she achieved the look by opting for woven shades, a jute rug, and a breezy canopy bed. Her space is proof that colorful curtains can majorly influence the overall feel of a room.Continue to 8 of 35 below.
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Green and Leather
Think leather is solely for recliners in dimly lit media rooms? Think again. A leather sofa shines in this green room that house-flipper and blogger Carmel Phillips designed—the space serves as a joint office and guest room. It's proof that traditional furnishings don't have to be paired with typical white walls in order to fit into a space—go for the bold instead.Continue to 9 of 35 below.
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Green and Black and White
Love black and white textiles but also want to incorporate some color into your space? Instagrammer Keri shows us how it's done! In her space, black and white bedding in a polka dot pattern adds a playful touch (and likely helps camouflage cat hair, too).Continue to 10 of 35 below.
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Sage Green and White
This color combo, which Instagrammer Amy opted for in her bedroom, invokes major cozy cottage feel. There's no need to paint the trim of your room or your door green if you like a little bit of contrast.Continue to 11 of 35 below.
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Decisions, decisions... Why settle for just one shade of green when you can opt for two? Interior advisor of Boreal Abode Juan Sandiego went two-toned in his bedroom, which he outfitted with wooden, mid-century modern inspired furniture that adds a warm touch.Continue to 12 of 35 below.
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When you paint the wall behind your bed a fun color, you don't need to include a headboard if you prefer to keep things simple. (How about that for a money saving hack!) Instagrammer Desiree did just this and added pops of earthy tones to her bed, opting for on-trend hues like light pink and burnt orange.Continue to 13 of 35 below.
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You can go green without picking up a paint brush. Try some green wallpaper instead! Interior designer Brittany Hayes, the voice behind the blog Addison's Wonderland, majorly transformed her guest bedroom thanks to brand a new furniture setup and this vibrant patterned wallpaper that features a playful poppy print. Don't forget about removable wallpaper options if you're renting; there are many outstanding choices on the market.Continue to 14 of 35 below.
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The bedroom of Instagrammer Areeba of Mint Candy Design features farmhouse touches such as a beaded chandelier and vintage style rug. The deep green paneled wall is the space's focal point and would pair nicely with a number of decor styles.Continue to 15 of 35 below.
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Green Palm Leaf
If you love a good palm leaf print, you're in luck—incorporating this design into your space will immediately make your bedroom feel like a tropical retreat. Blogger Julia Dzafic used the pattern in her guest bedroom, and when paired with blue and white striped bed linens, it couldn't feel more like a luxe hotel.Continue to 16 of 35 below.
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Green and Black
Have an antique piece of furniture you'd like to display? Go for it! A black metal bed looks nice and sleek in this child's room designed by blogger Yami of The Grounded Home. Traditional furnishings can pair fantastically with more modern paint colors, so don't be afraid to go current with your walls.Continue to 17 of 35 below.
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Green and White
Green and white make for a charming color combo as seen in Instagrammer Ana's bedroom. This timeless pairing is a wonderful choice for any age group or aesthetic.Continue to 18 of 35 below.
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Green Boho Style
Celebrate bohemian style! Instagrammer Lisa did in this funky space with wall accents and pops of color galore. Warm yellows and pinks make for a cozy, lived-in look. And the perfect finishing touch: a potted cactus, of course.Continue to 19 of 35 below.
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Green and Coral
Interior designer Kerri Hansen of Little Nest Design designed a modern farmhouse style bedroom that pairs a Kelly green accent wall with coral textiles. The result is cheerful and charming, and while Hansen incorporated two bold hues into the space, it doesn't appear overwhelming thanks to her decision to use more muted hues in terms of furniture and accessories.Continue to 23 of 35 below.
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Grasscloth wallpaper is a luxe classic, and blogger Krista Bjornson Aasen made the style look stunning in her bedroom, opting for a calming green hue.Continue to 24 of 35 below.
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We see green grasscloth wallpaper at play again in this bedroom by Maggie Griffin Design, only this space features more traditional design elements such as gingham headboards and floral textiles. It's proof that no matter your aesthetic, grasscloth is a go.Continue to 25 of 35 below.
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At the end of a long day, it's nice to curl up in a space that will help your mind shut off and prepare for rest. Interiors writer and design consultant Cate St. Hill wanted to design a green bedroom that felt nice and soothing, and she achieved just that. A white lantern above the bed adds a feeling of calm, while keeping accessories to a minimum makes for an instantly relaxing getaway.Continue to 26 of 35 below.
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This transitional style space by The DIY Playbook's Casey Finn is contemporary and welcoming. Accents such as a faux olive tree (which is also green!) and oversized mirror are must haves when designing this style of room and add plenty of personality to the setup.Continue to 27 of 35 below.
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Olive green textiles shine in this eclectic bedroom with bright green walls by Mark Ashby Design’s Christina Simon. Don't hesitate to mix various green tones that appeal to you even if they may not seem like obvious counterparts. Olive is extremely versatile and is incredibly popular at the moment, making pieces bearing the hue easy to source.Continue to 28 of 35 below.
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Green and Marigold
Who doesn't love a sunny marigold? It turns out that the shade looks lovely mixed with green, as we see in Instagrammer Cecily's space. Who wouldn't wake up feeling peppy when surrounded by such a happy hue?Continue to 29 of 35 below.
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Lucky enough to have a room that features shiplap walls? We're jealous! While we often see shiplap that's plain white or ivory, it also looks stunning painted. This green space by Instagrammers Stephanie and Caroline of Folly and the Garden is an excellent example of what a little color can do. Shiplap walls are also an easy enough DIY project if you feel like adding them to your space from scratch.Continue to 31 of 35 below.
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Green and Gray
Instagrammer Liv paired a deep green wall with dark gray and black colored decor for a modern, laid back look. Her abstract art adds personality without overwhelming the space. Framed black and white photos would make for an equally stylish alternative if you have pictures you'd like to hang instead.Continue to 32 of 35 below.
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Painting just the ceiling of a room can make a major impact, and we've noticed this trend continuing to make waves in rooms of all kinds. But if you're not feeling done after just tackling this area, why not choose a complementary color for the walls? Design consultant Sandy of Ellee Home used two shades of green in this bedroom and they blend together fabulously.Continue to 33 of 35 below.
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Green and Greenery
Don't forget to add some plant life into your green bedroom! Zafreen Hussain Interiors displayed a gorgeous vase of eucalyptus branches on the nightstand in this bedroom and opted for plant-themed textiles, too. Eucalyptus is always an excellent choice for the bedroom, as its soothing properties will help your mind switch off at the end of a long day—plus, the stems will continue to smell wonderful even as they dry.Continue to 34 of 35 below.
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If you're installing a shelf above your bed, why not paint that, too? Instagrammer Fiona shows us how it's done—her shelf adds instant charm and character (not to mention storage) to her sleep space. Fiona now has a built-in place to display favorite pieces of artwork and special trinkets.Continue to 35 of 35 below.
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The wallpaper that Instagrammer Kerry used features a fun floral pattern boasting various shades of green. Paired with a stunning gold mirror, the setup couldn't be more glam.