Charlotte Prindle Farmhouse Bedroom, Richmond
Exposed ceiling beams
Example of a cottage bedroom design in Richmond with green walls — Houzz
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Jennifer Ott Design added this to
I find this fetching green bedroom appealing for the mix of bold and soft color as well as the charming furniture and accessories. The green walls really help the wood beams stand out, but the remainder of the palette remains light and soothing. It's a relaxed, airy room that I think would appeal to many — perfect for a guest room.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to
If neutrals don’t do it for you, the other colors most people find relaxing are pale greens, blues, purples and pinks. (In fact, some prison walls, football locker rooms and motor vehicle registration rooms are painted pink to dilute aggression.) Painted in Benjamin Moore’s Georgian Green, the walls here make this bedroom feel fresh and tranquil.
Laura Gaskill added this to
The color green and you. Green can be a relaxing color choice for the walls — but only if you love it! If you’d rather get your greens in smaller doses, try starting with a few houseplants before committing to a wall color.
Bryan Anthony added this to
8. Green with envy. “Green runs the gamut from cooler, blue-tinged jade greens to warmer, citrusy yellow-greens,” Ott says. “Cooler greens tend to make us feel relaxed and soothed — conducive to getting a good night’s sleep. Warmer greens, especially the bolder hues, can help us wake up and feel more energized.”More: Dreaming in Color: 8 Gorgeously Green Bedrooms