Dark Green Rooms

Green wall colors can be an effective way to brighten up a room that doesn’t get enough natural light, acting as an effective light-brightener. There are various other ways that dark green rooms can add the moody aesthetic – including adding dark green paint accent walls or using soft furnishings like rugs, curtains and throw pillows in this vibrant shade! We’re featuring some stunning dark green rooms here so that you’re inspired to add this gorgeous hue into your own home! Today we’re featuring some beautiful examples so that you’re inspired! Today we’re featuring gorgeous dark green rooms which will inspire you!

Green walls make an impactful statement when done in dark hues like emerald and hunter green, so for a balanced look pair them with white linens or wood accents to keep the look balanced, such as this forest-inspired bedroom from Kate Marker Interiors with rich, deep green walls offset by an eye-catching striped headboard and accented with gold mirrors and lamps for extra glitz and glamour.

If you’re feeling bold and looking to go full-on moody, opt for a dark teal green room like Studio DIY’s cozy master suite. The mossy hue pairs nicely with inky black dressers and photo frames; plus there are subtle green accents like this patterned runner and pillow set that bring subtle green elements into the room. Or for something less daring yet just as striking consider using muted sage shades which have many blue undertones; perfect for open concept living areas which combine dining with lounge areas.

Fabrizio Casiraghi showcased how dark green can make for a warm and welcoming kitchen in his traditional style kitchen design. The dark green cabinets added warmth while matching dark wood furniture to create an atmosphere conducive to eating and entertaining, creating an inviting space in which to dine or host parties. To prevent such serious spaces from becoming overwhelming, add fun accessories like mushroom-shaped stools or flower printed bedding – such as seen here.

Dark green can also serve to accent an important feature in your home, like an eclectic gallery wall of art. Kiki’s Nest showcases this concept perfectly by using dark green as an accent wall against this feature and bringing in pops of color without overwhelming the rest of the room.

Dark green walls can help to bring warmth and coziness into a powder room or closet, adding rich hues that really stand out. Emilie Fournet Interiors used dark green subway tile in this craftsman-style bathroom by Emilie Fournet Interiors to create a luxurious environment, complete with matching stall curtain and soaking tub that add extra depth and color.

As an easy, noncommittal way to incorporate moody hues, try soft furnishings in dark green like this lush emerald sectional from The Sweetest Digs. Paired with matching tufted ottomans and earth-tone decor elements – such as the earth-tone rug from The Sweetest Digs – the green sectional creates a balanced and soothing look. Introducing bright green without painting walls can even help introduce bright hues if renting an apartment and you cannot commit to major paint projects just yet!

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