Here, a forest-green wall color makes a very cozy dining room. With all of the wood tones in this space, the overall color palette mimics nature, which creates a comfortable setting.
Moss green accents create an organic and serene space. Like blue, green can also help us to wind down and relax, so it makes an excellent color choice for the bedroom.
With its pine green exterior, this farm house harmonizes well with the surrounding evergreens. The home's white trim creates a nice contrast against its main color.
In this traditional kitchen, rich green tiles bring the outdoors in and turn the backsplash into an eye-catching focal point. The tiles also complement the green tones in the flooring.
When the weather outside is frightful, why not hunker down on a hunter-green sofa? In this living room, the sofa brings a burst of color to the eclectic mix of comfy furniture.
Simple pops of vivid green add a touch of elegance to this bathroom. You can often find emerald green bottles, bowls and glasses at flea markets and thrift stores.
A green fireplace surround ties in with the stained glass insets on the cabinetry. The vibrant green accent color adds a bit of glamour to this Craftsman-style home.
Dark green is a classic color choice for front doors and shutters on historic homes on the East Coast. On this house, bluish-green shutters echo the color of a blue spruce, one of my favorite evergreens.