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Garden green. In nature, green is perfectly paired with vibrant colors. This is evident when we look at flowers in a garden: red roses, pink tulips, purple hyacinth. You can create the same feel in your home by selecting a green wall color that represents a plant's foliage or a tree's leaves. Then add accessories in fun, vivid hues.
Paint pick: Picnic 6731 by Sherwin-Williams
Lime Green. Lime green will add a touch of whimsy to your space. This high-powered green makes a great, unexpected color for a foyer. It is welcoming and is sure to make a fun first impression.
Paint pick: Spring Leaf 2030-50 by Benjamin Moore
Sage Green. Sage green can turn your space into an organic, earthy and restful retreat. This color represents the woodlands and it looks great with other natural colors such as brown and taupe.
Paint pick: Georgian Green HC-115 by Benjamin Moore
Mint Green. Cool mint green is very refreshing and it makes a wonderful color for a bathroom or bedroom. This pale, blue green is subtle and soothing, and it's a great choice for spaces where you want to relax.
Paint pick: Serene Breeze 449 by Benjamin Moore
Warm Green. Because green represents harmony and balance, I think it is one of the best color choices for active children and teens. These days, some kids have busier schedules than their parents. Retreating to a green bedroom is one way to help our kids wind down and regroup. Warmer and muted greens feel the most inviting.
Paint pick: Shagreen 6422 by Sherwin-Williams
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