Bedroom Design Using Green – Decorating Your Room with Green, from Bedding to an Elephant Figurine

Do you love the color green? Get ideas to decorate your bedroom in this soothing color.

If you have a bedroom with green carpet, or you just love the color green, utilizing different hues in the green color family can make for a calming effect that is perfect for a bedroom.

If you have a bedroom with green carpet, or you just love the color green, utilizing different hues in the green color family can make for a calming effect that is perfect for a bedroom. There are many different shades of green, from muted mossy colors to vivid lime greens. Then, there are the many blue-green choices, such as turquoise and aqua. No matter what your style preferences are, you’ll likely find a color that you love.

Decorate Your Room in Green

Your first step is to choose a color palette. Not all shades of green will go with one another. For example, you wouldn’t want to pair lime green with forest green, but the vivid color might look perfect with turquoise. If the room is already carpeted in green, then this color should be your starting point as carpet is costly to change. You’ll also want to consider the color of paint on the walls and make a decision about whether you want to repaint or the color will go with your palette.

Purchase large redecorating items first. Although some people find a lamp or picture they love and decorate around that item, it is far easier to choose big items first and decorate around those. Try to choose a bedspread or comforter and curtains first. Other items need to match or mesh with the colors in your bedding and window dressings.

Add details that will make your room unique and pull out the green palette you’ve chosen. If your comforter is in lime green and you’ve painted the walls turquoise, then you’ll want to choose pillows to complement the walls. Pillows should be a different color or they will simply blend in with the bedspread. Another option is to choose pillows with an interesting pattern, but that have green utilized somewhere within the pattern. Stripes, plaids and florals work well together and add interest to your decor.

Add small details. The thing that makes a bedroom design truly unique is the small details. A four-leaf clover clock, a John Deere tractor figurine or a painting of an angry green ocean can make your color choices come to life.

Final Tips

  • Choose a couple of colors that go well with the shades of green you’ve chosen. If you are using a muted, mossy green, you may want to add in some cranberry here and there to really make some of your accessories pop.
  • If you are painting, consider using a neutral color. After a year or two, you may decide you want to use a different shade of green or even another color. It will be much easier to change things around if you don’t have to repaint.
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Crabby Housewife

Crabby Housewife

Lori is a full-time housewife and writer, living in the Midwest with her husband of 27 years - they have two daughters. They have a house full of pets and her house is never quite perfect.