Lemon, emerald, mint, military or olive. Whatever the shade, know one thing: a green room can do a lot for you and your home.
Why? We will tell you that in this post. Keep following.
Why have a green room?
To have balance
Green is considered the color of balance. The explanation for this is simple: green is literally at the center of the visible spectrum, interconnecting and connecting the other colors.
This physical characteristic of color ends up having a positive effect on our brain, causing positive feelings of calm, tranquility and balance.
It is no wonder that hospital walls are painted green and doctors' clothes also carry color.
To experience countless possibilities
As you may already know, green is the combination of blue (cold color) and yellow (warm color), so the shades of green vary in countless sensory possibilities, ranging from the more closed, dark and dark tones, to the most open, fresh and welcoming.
That is, regardless of the feeling you want to convey, there will always be a shade of green to fit.
Green is also a very democratic color, it goes well with modern and bold decorations, at the same time that it fits perfectly with classic and traditional proposals.
To reconnect with nature
Green is also the color of nature. Impossible not to feel closer to her when in contact with color.
Therefore, by betting on a green room automatically you will be allowing to reconnect with the energy that comes from nature: life, freshness, tranquility, harmony and peace!
Shades of green for the room and combinations
Now maybe the part that seems more complicated, but that is not: how to combine the colors of a green room.
First, you need to understand the colors that most harmonize with green and the effect that these combinations have on the environment. Some of them will leave your room modern and bold, others classic, while one or the other can bring joy and relaxation.
So take note of some combinations for the green room and explore the one that has the most to do with you:
Green and white room
The green and white room is a classic combination, but not so obvious. Conveys freshness, tranquility and spaciousness. But you have to be careful not to look like a football team decoration, okay?
The lighter the shade of green, the fresher the decor will be. The combinations of white with shades of dark green or closed, refer to a more elegant and sophisticated proposal.
Green and black room
The combination of green and black is bold and very contemporary. This mix forms a striking contrast, varying a lot depending on the shade of green chosen.
Therefore, it is not the best option for those who want something more clean and calm.
Green and brown room
Combining green and brown is a sure bet for those who want a rustic style decoration and very close to nature. After all, they are two tones that connect directly to natural elements.
Green can be explored in upholstery, walls, curtains and decorative objects, while brown can be inserted from the wood of the furniture, floor and ceiling.
Green and gray room
How about now a clean and modern combination between green and gray? At first, it may seem that it will not work very well, but believe me, it works!
Green and pink room
The combination of green and pink is one of the most beloved of the moment. A cheerful duo, with tropical airs and that can still have a touch of elegance and glamor when combined with golden details.
Green and blue room
Green and blue are two sides of the same coin. Analogous tones, that is, that live side by side in the chromatic circle and interact very well.
For this, bet on the combination of similar shades, for example, closed blue with closed green.
Green and orange room
But if you want to escape the ordinary and bet on a bold and contemporary decor, bet on the combination of green and orange. The two colors bring a unique vibration and energy to the environment. Just be careful not to make the decoration visually tiring.
Where to use green in the room
Green can enter the living room decor in different ways. The most common trend is the green walled room or the green sofa room. But be aware that color can be used in countless other details and objects, such as rugs, curtains, cushions, pictures, decorative objects and, of course, plants.
Green also does not need to be used in a flat and uniform way, try, on the contrary, to use color in differentiated prints and patterns, including betting on pleasant textures to the look and touch, like velvet.
You just need to define whether your green room will only have details in color, such as a wall or furniture, or if it will be completely covered in color, from walls to ceiling.
Can you? Of course you can! The monochromatic decor is with everything, but it needs to match you. Those who prefer a more classic and traditional decor may not get along with such proposals. So before you decide, stop and think about how you would feel in an all green environment.
Check out a selection of green room photos below to inspire your project
Picture 1 – Green and gray room. Note that the closed shade of green brings sobriety and refinement to the environment.
Image 2 – Here, the green room bet on different tones, going from the warmest to the most closed. The textures also draw attention.
Image 3A – Blue-green room for a contemporary and stylish decoration.
Image 3B – In this other angle of the previous image, it is possible to notice the monochromatic proposal of the decoration. A lot of boldness!
Picture 4 – Tone on tone: in this room the different shades of green bring modernity and simplicity to the decoration.
Picture 5 – Green room in different shades combined with the natural tone of wood. Rustic and natural.
Image 6 – The green of this room is due to the wallpaper of leaves and plants.
Picture 7 – Yellowish green to make the room warm and cozy.
Picture 8 – Emerald green room to remove any decoration from monotony.
Image 9 – The green can be inserted in the room by the paint on the wall, the pictures and the presence of plants.
Picture 10 – Green, blue and gray room: modern, elegant and sober combination.
Image 11A – Living room with green wall combined with sofa in a darker tone.
Image 11B – Seen from another angle, it is possible to notice the presence of light wood as a prominent element.
Picture 12 – A green room to keep in your heart! Notice the overlapping tones and the presence of small pink dots
Picture 13 – How about a metallic green to finish the decoration?
Image 14 – Green for all sides. The different shades harmonize very well with the neutral tone of the decoration.
Picture 15 – Nothing better than the natural green of the plants! Bet on that idea!
Image 16 – Green is also vintage.
Picture 17 – Classic combination that always works: green wall with green sofa in tone on tone.
Picture 18 – Green and gray room for a discreet, clean and modern decor.
Picture 19 – The more closed the shade of green, the more classic and sober the decoration of the living room.
Picture 20A – Water green room: freshness, tranquility and calm to relax after a day at work
Image 20B – On the other hand, the combination of water green with mustard elements brings warmth and joy
Picture 21 – That green ceiling capable of leaving anyone gaping!
Picture 22 – Who said you can't combine tone on tone with different prints at the same time?
Image 23 – Green and white room. To complement the atmosphere, a touch of yellow.
Image 24 – Natural green room. A real garden inside the house.
Picture 25 – What do you think of combining the green sofa with the green carpet? At the back, a patterned gray wallpaper
Image 26 – Green and brown room. Highlight for the ceiling lighting that brings a cozy atmosphere to the environment
Picture 27 – Bluish green sofa for an elegant classic living room!
Picture 28 – How much charm and beauty in this room with hand painted wall! The caramel furniture completes the decor like a tight hug.
Image 29 – Green room with black details. Subtle and elegant combination.
Image 30 – Here, green comes with geometric prints.
Picture 31 – Living room with green wall and gray sofa: classic and cozy decor
Image 32 – Already in this other room, green accompanied by yellow and pink brings fun and relaxation
Image 33 – A citrus touch to warm up the decoration of the room.
Image 34 – Green and beige room. A great combination for those who are afraid to bet on bolder tones.
Image 35 – This other green room has gained a touch of rusticity with the apparent rustic wood.
Image 36 – A single shade of green to color the walls, the floor and the furniture.
Image 37 – Green in plants, furniture and walls.
Image 38 – Room with green sofa. To match, gray carpet and black wall with marble cladding.
Image 39 – What if instead of painting the whole wall green you make a different design?
Picture 40 – Here, green dominates in different shades, but the touches of yellow, orange and blue do not go unnoticed, closing the decor with a golden key