20 Beautiful Green Bathroom Ideas

Green is a refreshing color that can make you feel good no matter what room it’s used in, including the bathroom. Green comes in so many different shades that the choices are nearly endless, and you can create a different feel and mood for your bathroom, depending on the shade, or shades of green you choose. Lime and apple greens can create a bright, cheery bathroom and visually increase square footage for small bathrooms, or bathrooms with little natural light, and sage or olive greens can warm a bathroom and make it feel more sensuous and cozy. If you are a fan of the color green and want some tips on how to use the color in your bathroom, keep reading for some green bathroom decorating ideas.

Pastel greens

The use of pastel greens, especially in combination with white, gives your bathroom a cottage look and feel. It’s warm and cozy, and it’s one of the shades of green that gives a small room larger look and feel. Pastel on the walls is a great color to combine with wainscoting walls and marble countertops. Finish off the cottage look with white linens and polished-nickel fixtures.

Go stripes

Stripes are a popular décor design today, and the use of big, bold horizontal stripes in a small bathroom can really make a statement. They are lively and energetic and give your bathroom lots of personality. Bright shades of green are great for striped patterns, especially paired with stark black décor pieces; wall art framed in black, a black vase with a flower arrangement, a black framed wall mirror, among other décor pieces. A white vanity with satin nickel fixtures and white towels can add more character and color combos to the design.

Mossy greens

Mossy greens are fun to work with. For a different, more textured look to your bathroom, create a mossy green appearance using a mossy green paint that creates the appearance of old plaster on the walls. Continue the look with patterned tiles along the inside of the shower and/or tub wall that incorporate the mossy green color. Accents can include shades of yellow or golds, and white.

Sages and browns

Sage is such a warm color and works well in large bathrooms. If your bathroom feels too large and cold, warm it up and close in some of the space with a warm sage on the walls. Use tiles with color combinations of cream, gold tones, cinnamons and browns, to warm it even further. Choose a vanity in dark oak or cherry wood to continue the same warming effect, and complete the look with polished-nickel fixtures.

For even more ideas, here are 20 beautiful green bathroom ideas.

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