From subtle seafoams to bright limes, green is a versatile color that can be used to make your living room shine. Create a calming retreat with muted olive or add quirky character with an electric green. Here are 13 inspiring rooms that will make green your next design dream.
This East Hampton living room combines warm and cool hues to create a tranquil, summery space. The muted olive green on the walls is unique yet understated, reflecting the natural light to create an earthy vibe.
Designer and Creative Director Simon Doonan's 70's-style Palm Beach condo is instantly modernized with the use of a bright, geometric green rug.
This 18th-century country house uses seafoam green as the backdrop to statement bookshelves, bright linen couches and embroidered Turkish pillows. The green walls are a great complement to the pink details throughout the room.
Fashion executive Erica Bearman brings bold color to her Southampton living room with . The lush greenery peeking through the windows creates a calming harmony between the outdoors and indoors.
In actress-writer Alexandra Wentworth and news anchor George Stephanopoulos' D.C. home, walls are painted in a subtle green that extends in a darker shade to the inset bookshelves. Delicate ceramics and seashells fill the space, creating a beach-inspired escape in the urban home.
With a room decorated in Louis XV fauteuils, an antique Chinese rug, and a vintage French chandelier, a bold wall was demanded of the space. The green, though vibrant, contrasts with the decor just enough to put the spotlight on a collection of special pieces.
Author Holly Peterson saturates her Hamptons home living room with bright lime greens that pair wonderfully with the crisp whites and touches of blue. The custom couch matches the walls, which are decorated with her children's framed art.
In Andy Cohen's Greenwich Village living room, walls are painted in a beautiful green lacquer, reflecting light and adding openness to the space.
This abundantly green Southampton living room has depth and texture with an earthy green geometric carpet. Brighter greens in the artwork draw the eye upward and add vibrance to a neutral space.
In this Hudson Valley country house, green floral wallpaper by creates a vintage aura in a room full of collected antique furniture and decorative pieces.
In the family room of this London townhouse, a green 1940's sofa and stool were added as a focal point to the otherwise monochromatic space.
The living room in Andy Cohen's New York City duplex is decorated in a variety of greens and earth tones, with a bold rug to tie the space together.
The custom-made wicker furniture in this Beverly Hills cottage takes inspiration from the beach with the delicate blue-greens and a natural green centerpiece. The walls are painted in Pratt & Lambert Accolade in Solitary, and the trim is painted in Farrow & Ball Estate Emulsion in Clunch.