Sometimes, we can make a big change in our Living Room Design just by changing the wall colors. So, in that way, we’re going to have an article about the green color on your living room walls. Green is an emotionally positive color, giving us the ability to love and nurture ourselves and others unconditionally. A natural peacemaker, it must avoid the tendency to become a martyr. Just by having the walls of your space painted by green, it’s already a big change and you have to know how to handle it. So, here you will have 10 examples that will leave you absolutely surprised on how beautiful this color can be. Let’s see how to do the best usage of the green color on a living room design !
Here you have some Design ideas for a modern concept of living room design that is located in New York with green walls, dark hardwood floors and a freestanding tv. Such a beautiful on how to use the green color on the living room design.
This kind of decoration brings the green and gray together using colorful green pillows in other shades here, making the gray a “shade of green”. What do you think?
In the living room of a New Orleans home, a 1940s Serge Roche floor lamp accompanies a wing chair covered in a zebra stripe with the two shades of green just behind the magnificent lounge chair.
For the living room in a Connecticut home, designer Marjorie Shushan topped the root table, from Naga Antiques, with an Arne Bang stoneware bowl. You can see how beautiful it can become the decoration if you match a smooth tone of brown and a light touch of green on the walls.
By far, one of the best combinations you can have is the green color matching with a pure white. In this example, you have the perfect match. The ceiling totally green and the furnishing of the doors/windows in pure white.
This time, the role inverts itself. We have now a white ceiling and the green walls. You can invert of course although we think that this is the best solution in case you want to give a complete feeling.
Designer Mario Buatta created a painted floor for a Southampton, New York, sitting room and glazed the paneling pistachio-green.
The central living space is a cool, calm mix of white and sage green. The couple plans to rip out the ceilings, which were dropped sometime in the ’60s to preserve energy and lower heating costs.
If you’re looking for an alternative to beige, Guilford Green is an excellent option to adapt. It’s a fresh neutral that wouldn’t look out of place in a transitional or traditional living room.
Modern living room in Los Angeles with a concrete fireplace surrounded by an incredible tone of green. What about our suggestions? Give us your feedback through our social media connections or on the comment box.