Green accent walls are the perfect way to incorporate nature’s serene beauty inside your home.
More and more people are choosing green in their home interiors because the color and its earthy beauty has taken the world by storm. Green has become the new neutral. It has a sense of calmness and serenity if I do say so myself.
The color green has a vibe for every mood and style— when you use sage, you add serenity to your space. Emerald has a historic elegance. And forest green screams natural and rustic.
Green’s extensive palette gives you many options and styles depending on your desired outcome! Green color is soft, airy, ethereal, but also bold, vibrant, and vivid.
So, whether moody is your vibe or something more modern and light; these 25 brilliant green accent wall ideas will add life and soul to your living room, bedroom, and even bathroom!
Green Accent Wall: 10+ Living Room Ideas
Your living room is the heart of your home; don’t leave it unattended with boring paint colors. Here are 10 gorgeous green accent wall ideas for your living room, each will set a unique mood and atmosphere.
You don’t have to paint your whole house with the color green; in fact it would be too overpowering and unsettling. Instead, choose one wall to become the center of attraction for your living room. Choosing only one wall will allow your green accent wall to stand out in the room beautifully.
Forest Green Accent Wall In Living Room
There’s something very soothing about combining green and off-white colors in your living room decor. Forest green is fresh, bright, and highly pigmented despite being a dark color.
Forest green dark living room
Combine it with white curtains, a white couch, and wooden flooring, and you will have the most serene setting in the living room.
Green is deeply rooted in nature — a color of serenity, vibrancy, and peace. As you will notice, this green accent wall is skillfully paneled with broad horizontal wooden planks to add an extra dose of character and texture.
Wooden paneling is perfect for individuals who prefer a slightly rustic touch.
Adding wooden planks to your accent walls adds depth, character, and a 3D modernity to your living room. It emphasizes the color on the accent wall and brings it to the center of attraction.
Dark Green Accent Wall Living Room— Inspired By Tropical Decor
Choose jungle green for your accent wall if you wish to relish the beauty of nature inside your home— it’s vibrant, bright, warm, cozier, and gives away a tropical vibe. When combined with a tan-brown couch and lounge chair, the living room transforms into a lively eclectic space.
Both these colors are high-pigmented and brighter in value; they complement each other and illuminate your room with a fun vibe. Add a wooden case with a vintage turntable to make things more vintage!
This green accent wall is inspired by a ‘jungle interior/decor.’ Jungle or tropical interior/decor is massively popular amongst individuals who love plants and nature in general. The interior is mostly a mix of various indoor plants and hues of green or brown.
And I’m not talking about one or two plants here and there! As you can see, this vibe is rich and not-so-modest when it comes to adding plants to their decor. If this resonates with you, don’t shy away from adding a big metal+wooden shelf to your accent wall. Add crockery, earthy artifacts, books, retro antiques, and mini plants all the way!
Sage Green Accent Wall
There’s a way to embrace light and airy interior designs without having to go all white. Sage green accent wall is one brilliant choice; it’s light and very welcoming. At the same time, it’s also elegant and sophisticated – perfect for modern settings.
Dark Green Accent Wall For Living Room— Gothic Style
If your aesthetics reverberate with words like ‘moody,’ ‘gothic Victorian era,’ and ‘dark,’ you might want to go for this green accent wall.
Of course, you would need a matching Victorian interior for your living room to bring the best out of your choices. The Victorian interior is the most extravagant choice, but attainable if your house suits it. You will need big gothic windows, a spiral staircase, and a spacious living room.
Dark green is the most exotic color for ‘moody’ and ‘dark’ interiors if you don’t want to opt for black. Add extended bookshelves made of dark wood to the accent wall. In the center, add a vintage study table. Most of the time, we combine a darker shade with a lighter shade to balance both extremes.
However, dark wood does a better job of providing a moody and fantasy setting for this green accent wall.
Green Accent Wall For Living Room— Modern Decor
Who says green isn’t the color for a modern living room? Try the dark teal color for your accent wall and watch your living room transform into a sophisticated and modern space.
Dark teal is greenish-blue. The blue undertone balances green’s warmth and gives away a cleaner and more sleek look. Despite being on the darker side, this color doesn’t engulf you in darkness. Instead, it’s light and cooler in appearance.
This color looks exceptionally modern and sophisticated with salmon pink and gray. Both these colors are cooler in temperature, ensuring the temperature remains low and mild in your living room. Plus, a modern fireplace bump out is just the right to complement your tea green accentl wall.
Dark Green Accent Wall for The Living Room with A Traditional Fireplace
If you have a traditional fireplace centered in your living room, use it for your living room’s accent wall.
Undoubtedly, traditional fireplaces are the center of attraction; they are vintage, historic, and an easy focal point. Green and off-white are two strong statements if you’d like to add a modern touch to your otherwise traditional fireplace.
Usually, green is considered a warmer color because it has a yellow undertone. When you contrast white with it, the green becomes balanced, smooth, and bright.
For this accent wall, paint your fireplace and its beam white. On the sides, use a darker green. The contrast looks absolutely gorgeous. Complement it with an equally white couch and curtains.
Emerald Green Living Room: An Artistic Approach
Paint your accent wall with a forest green color and add one big artistic painting in the middle; it can be a portrait or a landscape, whichever you prefer. Too many small frames on a wall can take away its sophistication.
Instead, switch to one big painting on the accent wall. It creates a statement and a bold look.
You can add a monochromatic theme to the green living room by adding green couches and cushions to the sight. You can even experiment with colorful shades of yellow, orange, or even bold wallpapers.
Green Accent Wall With Large Mirror
Mirrors are beautiful accessories that make your living room appear more prominent and spacious. They are also known to make the room appear brighter because mirrors efficiently reflect light. Pro tip for any small space you want to feel larger!
I like how they chose a big round mirror with black rims for this green accent wall. While this looks gorgeous in the space, round mirrors can work in any setting. I like the softness it adds rather than a heavy rectangle mirror.
Modern Green Accent Wall For Living Room
The darkest green goes exceptionally well in a modern setting. The color is crisp, edgy, clean, and sharp. You want subtle and minimal wooden paneling for this modern green accent wall. Adding too many panels will take away its minimalist approach.
Keep it simple and minimalist by adding a nude brown sofa that blends with the wooden flooring and a hollow metal center table. Don’t exhaust the living room with too many cabinets, lights, or accessories if you want simple modern decor. One single lamp, coffee table, side table, and a large plant are enough!
Artistic Living Room With Green Accent Wall
Wall murals are becoming more and more popular! It’s a great option to mix up your paint and add interest without the extra costs of wallpapering or paneling.
It gives life to art and adds meaning to your walls.
It’s fresh, simple but powerful, and captivating. And another way to add a pop of color!
I would know this living room belongs to an artistic and creative person. Having meaningful drawings on your wall is also a great conversation starter!
Dark Green Bedroom Accent Wall: Green And Gold Living Room
I absolutely love gold metal art decor on walls.
The gold looks stunning against the green backdrop. I always say gold and green can never go wrong.
Green Accent Wall For Bedroom: Study Corner
You don’t always have to choose the main (bed) wall for your accent wall, a side corner is a great choice, too.
Corners are great for designated study or work areas. It feels extra cozy and inviting when you add a chair and some plants!
Green Accent Wall: Brick Pattern
You have probably seen brick patterns in red, brown, and black hues. They give away an industrial appeal to your bedroom. However, adding green to the brick pattern stays contemporary and subtle.
Colored Green Accent Wall In Living Room
Green Accent Wall: Bedroom Edition
Now let’s take a look at some bedroom ideas using a green accent wall.
Dark Forest Green Accent Wall Bedroom: Bohemian
Dark forest green works perfectly well for bohemian and cozier interior decor.
Bohemian green and the color dark forest green are the perfect combination to bring nature’s beauty inside your bedroom.
If you want a cozy bohemian interior, try contrasting the beige color with dark forest green. Bohemian decor wants some depth and color rather than just several shades of white/cream. Adding green to your accent wall will accentuate the beauty of the bohemian beige elements in the bedroom.
For your accent wall, choose elements that may not traditionally be used as wall decor, such as woven straw baskets. The texture and warmth in color scream bohemian.
Related: Boho Ideas for Living Room
Sage Green Accent Wall Bedroom: A Modern Approach
Sage green is the color of peace and calm, as we saw above in a living room setting. If you are into light, relaxing, and soothing ambiance — sage green would be the perfect choice for your living room, especially if you’re drawn to a modern aesthetic.
The color compliments the modern interior without being too overwhelming or too dull.
You don’t want to play too much with the wall if you want to keep it simple and minimalist. This wood paneling is enough to add depth and a sophisticated appeal to your bedroom without looking too busy.
Teal Green Accent Wall For Bedroom
If you appreciate green but want a more artistic and soulful approach, try a teal-colored accent wall.
Teal is the perfect choice for incorporating green into a modern bedroom if you want more color and less “neutral.”
Olive Green Accent Wall: Aesthetic Bedrooms With Green Accent Wall
For this accent wall, I like the choice of pairing gentle flowers with an olive green paint color because it grounds the otherwise light and airy florals. It keeps it from feeling overly feminine and delicate.
Instead of bigger flowers, choose a wide range of dried florals for your wall painting. You can have this painting made in hues of white, or you can also use subdued colors here and there— both would look beautiful!
Bigger floral patterns often look overpowering and childish. However, dried floral bushes have a vintage appeal. Another fun unique wall decor idea that’s not artwork!
Sprucestone Green Accent Wall For Bedroom
If you are unaware of the color, spruce stone green is light and cool. Many confuse spruce stone with ‘sage,’ but both colors have different temperatures. Sage has warmer beige undertones. It usually compliments a cozy and a more traditional bedroom.
On the contrary, spruce stone is a cool color and fits beautifully with modern decor.
Emerald Green Accent Wall: Victorian
Dark green is the color for a moody Victorian goth interior. The green accent would take you back in time when adorned with Victorian candle holders and gothic windows.
If you are a fan of dark bedrooms, combining green with dark wooden furniture and ornate details will give off Victorian vibes.
Olive Green Accent Wall With Beige Accents
Olive green and beige colors create a warm, cozy, and inviting atmosphere. You’d instantly want to snuggle up.
Both color choices add warm light and soft brightness to your living room— it’s neither blinding nor dark— just soft and comfy.
Dark Green Accent Wall: Bedroom Interior
Want to add a traditional/decorative theme to your bedroom? Try adding decorative plaster mold on your green accent wall. It gives away a historic, lavish, and grand vibe. So, if extravagance and luxury are right up your alley, this green accent wall is perfect for you.
Adding white to this dark green contrast would give your bedroom a sharp, strong, sleek look. While mixing beige or brown softens and adds warmth to your bedroom, adding white to the dark green bedroom emphasizes the sharpness and richness of both colors.
Green Accent Wall In Bedroom With A Long Wood Shelf
A lighter shade of green is a stunning choice for this decor. It’s usually a go-to favorite for the youth. It’s simple, minimalist, and pretty.
The wooden shelf is usually situated above the bedpost and you can add plants, candles, frames, and antiques to this shelf.
It’s a fun use of wall space if you don’t have a headboard as a feature.
Sprucestone Green Accent Wall With Neon Sign
Although a mainstream concept, we cannot deny how it illuminates the room. You can choose a neon quote that best defines you! Neon lights usually come in various vibrant colors and drastically change your bedroom’s aura.
It’s a playful concept and paints your room in shades of orange, yellow, lavender, and blue. So, choose a color that calms you the most and goes well with the green accent wall.
Bedroom Green Accent Wall With Climbers Scattered On The Wall
Adding climber vines has a lush and raw vibe.
You will need a well-grown climber with long tails for this accent wall. Use wall clips to attach the vines to the wall.
Green Accent Wall For Nursery, Bathroom, and Kitchen
The color green is also a smart choice for your bathroom’s accent wall or nursery’s accent wall. Below are some bonus green accent wall suggestions:
Green Accent Wall Nursery
I like using green in a nursery because it’s a perfect way to incorporate color that’s gender neutral. There are a variety of shades that could work in a nursery from sage to emerald to a mossy green.
In my son’s nursery I painted the closet doors and inside the closet Sherwin Williams Privilege Green. I still wanted the space to feel neutral and calming so painting just the closet was enough! I absolutely love the shade of green.
Related: Simple Baby Boy Nursery Ideas
Forest Green Accent Wall Tiles
If you haven’t tried mosaic tiles in your bathroom, it’s a fun way to add extra color and texture. I like tiling the mirror wall all the way to the ceiling for a bold look.
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