A neutral bedroom is as timeless as it gets, but there's also something special about a retreat crafted around an unexpected color like mint green. The shade is bold enough to make a statement, but it still manages to evoke a sense of calm that's necessary for a bedroom.
Whether you choose to step outside of your comfort zone with mint green walls or simply settle for accessories boasting the pretty hue, you're sure to be inspired by these bedrooms from top interior designers.
Sometimes, pops of mint green accessories are all that's needed to add character to a bedroom. This bedroom design by , featuring varying shades of mint green accents, is proof.
Tan accents, including a love seat, pair nicely with mint green walls in a spacious bedroom designed by .
opted for mint green grass cloth walls to add a sense of calm to this bedroom design scheme. The bed is custom and the wood ceiling adds charm to the space.
For a 16th-century convent-turned-abode in Italy, designer created a green palette in a serene bedroom. Along with a deep green wall color, Branca chose a mint green Louis XVI settee and throw pillows. The iron bed is vintage.
A mint green accent wall complements touches of blue in a sophisticated bedroom design from .
Mint green doses, including an upholstered headboard and door, work beautifully in the Upper East side apartment of interior designer . Along with a brass chandelier from the 1960s, the space consists of a wall covering by and a custom-made rug by .
Designer Miles Redd crafted a lively guest room for Erika Bearman's Hamptons getaway. The colorful space includes China Seas' Lyford Trellis wallpaper, featuring a mix of mint green and white. A yellow floor adds an extra jolt of personality.
A mint green wall color showcases the beauty of swing-arm curtains antiques dealer Lou Marotta designed for his master bedroom in Connecticut.
A mint green and white palette enhance this guest bedroom in a Tuxedo Park, New York, home. A combination of wallpaper, paint, and bedding with touches of the hue come together in this stylish space. Both the bedskirt and window treatments are made of a cotton, and the wallpaper is original to the house. The carpet is a design.
A canopy bed and mint green accent wall are the stars of Tom Scheerer's master bedroom in his 200-year-old cottage in the Bahamas.