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There are a few specific styles and themes that come alive in the bedroom with the addition of a green tinge. The first that comes to mind here is the exotic tropical style. Whether you wish to combine a hint of tropical charm with modern aesthetics or you want to create a guest bedroom that is full of tropical flair, green is the color to turn to. A splash of bright or mossy green can turn your boring bedroom into a fun and playful space that reminds you of your recent holiday trip to a stunning tropical getaway. Another look that revels in green is the beach style, and you can replace the traditional white and blue blend with white, green and a hint of orange to create a unique and exquisite bedroom.


If you believe that green does not work in a trendy and minimal contemporary bedroom, then think again! A green accent wall is easy to shape, and it brings that much needed warmth to an otherwise cool and mundane interior. Just repeat the color in the room using vivacious bedding, accessories, nightstands or even a couple of lovely vases, and you have an inviting bedroom that is both energetic and relaxing. Those who feel that an accent wall in green or green décor are not their thing can still add the color by placing a couple of potted plants to fill up those empty corners. It is an easy, eco-friendly and healthy choice that will instantly alter the mood in the bedroom.


But don't let the typical combinations keep you from being creative. Green has the ability to mingle with all colors in the spectrum, which makes it a perfect choice for walls, bedspreads, rugs and even floors. Some green shades work well together; consult a color wheel to find combinations that are adjacent to one another to form an analogous color scheme. This will help create a serene mood in your bedroom. If you desire more energy from your colors, try a triadic color scheme, which uses shades evenly spaced apart on the color wheel. If you're choosing colors for a master suite with multiple areas, or for your entire house, green is also a great choice because multiple tones blend well in open spaces. Natural light will bring out the warm yellow tones of bright green shades.


When choosing your shade, consider your decorating style. A muted, mossy green works well with modern and craftsman style that incorporate a lot of wood in the furnishings. Deep green works well with a more traditional decor and can be mixed with other rich colors such as crimson, burgundy or brown for an elegant look. Apple green walls, combined with bed and window fabrics in a pattern with a touch of red, perfectly complement shabby chic furnishings. If you love ultra-bright colors, consider lime green or chartreuse, paired with purple or red for a contemporary look.


In a baby's nursery, a pale green can be gender-neutral and, if worked into a mod style with geometric touches, can be an appropriate color well into childhood. Pair green with pink in a girl's room, blue for boys. Teens of both genders may like a pale green stripe on their bedroom walls, creating a soothing backdrop for the furnishings that let them showcase their individual tastes.


Adding green to the bedroom is easy if you already have a muted color scheme going in the room. It is a color that works beautifully with the likes of white, gray and even brown. While the yellowy-greens add warmth to the bedroom, the blue-tinged variants bring a touch of coolness along with a vibrant ambiance. Here is a pick of 25 gorgeous bedrooms that incorporate green in a gorgeous fashion –


From a traditional master bathroom in Palm Beach to a cheery child's room in Cape Cod, browse 10 gorgeous green bedroom designs. Plus, get more bedroom paint color ideas.


From a traditional master bathroom in Palm Beach to a cheery child's room in Cape Cod, browse 10 gorgeous green bedroom designs. Plus, get more bedroom paint color ideas. More view gallery


The owners of this Catskills home coasted this bathroom's wainscoting in not one but two leafy shades of green: Cooking Apple Green and Breakfast Room Green. Here, the custom sink skirt, which features roses and ferns, conceals bathroom clutter. Trellis wallpaper continues the garden theme.


3 Of 40 Garden ViewThe owners of this Catskills home coasted this bathroom's wainscoting in not one but two leafy shades of green: Cooking Apple Green and Breakfast Room Green. Here, the custom sink skirt, which features roses and ferns, conceals bathroom clutter. Trellis wallpaper continues the garden theme. Max Kim-Bee


Rev up your room with a fun green hue such as Calamansi Green from Kelly-Moore, or, if you prefer softer greens, try the more subdued yet fresh Springtime from Sherwin-Williams. See more on green bedrooms.


Green combines the sunny qualities of yellow with the calming effect of blue. It is the color of nature, fertility, life and balance; it symbolizes self-respect, harmony and well-being. Shades range from bright and cheery to deep and elegant to earthy and comforting. If you are unsure what color you want to paint your bedroom, start with green.


You can create a neutral or black-and-white canvas with the colors of your walls, floor and bed linens, then add a color pop with a neon shade of green. Paint an accent wall, or use green with a neutral shade and paint wide stripes on the bedroom walls.


Rest easy with green - Green is one of the most restful shades in the colour wheel, so what better place to use it than in the bedroom. The pale olive curtains and walls in this room add a sophisticated depth to the plush neutral carpet and soft timber tones, while the shimmery moss-coloured cushions and printed throw add a glamorous edge.


As you wake up daily, the sunlight peeks through your windows. And shouldn’t your bedroom be as environmentally conscious as the sun? Luckily, there are a few ways in which you can create your own green bedroom. Not only are they good for your health, but they’re good for your finances as well.


As for your mattress, you may want to consider purchasing one made out of natural latex or memory-foam material. The absence of petrochemicals, combined with the luxurious comfort of the mattresses themselves, will help you create the green bedroom of your dreams. You will soon realize that nature and your bedroom can both live in harmony.


Modern Traditional Green BedroomCanopy beds are a favorite of designer Timothy Whealon, "as long as they're not too dressed. I like air and space. This is a cozy, clean, modern bedroom with classical lines." He chose Farrow & Ball's Parma Gray on the walls of this New York apartment's bedroom because it plays up the greens of the pillows and bench. Thibault Jeanson


2 Of 10 Modern Traditional Green BedroomCanopy beds are a favorite of designer Timothy Whealon, "as long as they're not too dressed. I like air and space. This is a cozy, clean, modern bedroom with classical lines." He chose Farrow & Ball's Parma Gray on the walls of this New York apartment's bedroom because it plays up the greens of the pillows and bench. Thibault Jeanson


Can a color be both cool and warm at the same time? If your choice is green, yes. Green is one of the most versatile colors in decorating. It's also one of the more soothing colors, and you have a wide range of shades from which to choose.


Author Holly Peterson's Hamptons home is saturated with color, and the bright green TV room is no exception. The green sofa is custom-made, the lamp is from Stray Dog Designs and artworks by Peterson's children are on the wall, which is painted in Benjamin Moore Regal in Bright Lime.


A friend's gift of a dhurrie salvaged from an attic inspired designer Jean-Louis Deniot's adventurous sense of color in a guest room of this Bridgehampton house. The walls are papered in Farrow & Ball's Drag in Emerald Green. "It's an unusual palette, but I love the burnt coppery orange with the deep Yves Saint Laurent green," says Denoit.


3 of 20 In a classic yet colorful Hudson Valley country house designed by Gil Schafer and Miles Redd, the master bedroom is situated against a soothing, deep green backdrop. The wrought-iron bed by Oscar de la Renta is fitted with a canopy of silk by Roger Arlington Designs and the bedding is by E. Braun & Co. The bench is 19th century. William Waldron


In a classic yet colorful Hudson Valley country house designed by Gil Schafer and Miles Redd, the master bedroom is situated against a soothing, deep green backdrop. The wrought-iron bed by Oscar de la Renta is fitted with a canopy of silk by Roger Arlington Designs and the bedding is by E. Braun & Co. The bench is 19th century. William Waldron


4 of 20 In the same Hudson Valley country house, the bedroom's Directoire armchair is upholstered in Edelman leather that pairs well with a green wall covering by de Gournay. The console and lamp were found at auction, while the curtains are of a Clarence House silk. William Waldron