Green Paint Colors 2020. Lot’s of dark, elegant and muted green paint colors on trend right now!
A green palette is one of our favs because green is a relaxing & earth loving colour.
Green communicates harmony, balance & peace. Introducing it into an interior palette can create spaces that feel connected to nature giving a sense of serenity. It is about bringing the peaceful green of the outside in nature indoors.
Jewel toned greens such as Emerald, create a luxurious & elegant mood in a space, where softer muted tones are calming & can rejuvenate the soul.
While deep, sophisticated shades of forest green have long been a popular choice for living room walls, lighter apple and mint hues are distinctly harder to work with. But that just makes them all the more attractive if you want an unusual colour scheme. These light greens make a beautiful combination with dusty pinks for a traditional country house look, and a more vivid shade of apple can be a modern choice with minimal furniture and artwork.
Feature wall painted in Benjamin Moore Hunter Green, a dark, moody and murky green paint color. Images from thefliphubb.
Gorgeous green paint color with a bluish undertone Benjamin Moore Essex Green from @Craven_haven.
Bedroom decor with green paint from Magnolia: Regal Leaf. This stunning green bedroom comes from graceinmyspace.
Benjamin Moore Crystalline AF-485
Benjamin Moore Crystalline light green bedroom paint color.
Benjamin Moore Avon Green HC-126
In the gallery, the custom console by Christopher Hodsoll is framed by a pair of mahogany Regency chairs and topped with lamps by Blackman Cruz and an artwork (left) by LeRoy Grannis. The mirror is by RH Modern, the ceiling fixture is by the Urban Electric Co., and the sconce is by Christian Liaigre. The wallpaper is by Pierre Frey, the custom runner is by Holland & Sherry, and the wall artworks are by Dewey Nicks (top left), Ralph Gibson (bottom left), and Rene Ricard (right). Photo by Francesco Lagnese. Via Elle Decor.
Dining room in mint green and white. The custom dining table, inspired by midcentury French designer Serge Roche, is surrounded by Louis XVI-style chairs from a Paris flea market. A crystal-and-amethyst chandelier hangs below a skylight framed by a mirrored trellis. The mirror is Venetian, the candle stands are by Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam, and the Roman shades are of a Sahco silk. Photo by Ricardo Labougle via Elle Decor.
Formal dining roon in rich green color scheme. The table, hand-carved gilded chairs, crystal-and-bronze chandeliers, and silk rug with dragon motif are all custom. The mercury mirror is integrated into wood paneling from Féau & Cie, the sconces are by Bronzes de France, and the candelabra are Charles X.
Exterior home painted in light mint green. A view of the outdoor terrace with an original sculpture by a local artist who was a friend of the previous owner. He worked in aviation, hence the name, Les Ailes (“The Wings”). The outdoor furniture in the background is by Walter Lamb. Via Architectural Digest.
This bedroom is tranquil yet eye-catching thanks to bold purple carpeting and De Gournay’s graphic Willow wallpaper. “It’s soothing but there’s a definite point of view,” says Sara Sees. An upholstered Giorgetti bed, a Liaigre bench, Kimberly Denman chairs, and an ottoman by Jean Louis Deniot for Pierre Counot Blandin infuse the space with textural contrast, as do a plaster table by John Dickinson and a silk lamp by Venetia Studium. Via Architectural Digest.
Green staircase with classical detailing. Via @peterpennoyerarchitects. Elegant spindles and love the faceted block detail at the side of the treads.
Divine green lacquered butler’s pantry and kitchen from @eddieross . Paint color is from Sherwin Williams Country Squire Green.
Stunning painted molding in Benjamin Moore Herb Garden via Reath Design
Green painted molding in the bathroom.
Green kitchen cabinets by Forbes Rix Design. Dark olive green paint color from Little Greene Paint Company Invisible Green.
A feature wall in emerald green looks glamorous and dramatic when paired with monochrome and gleaming gilt accessories.
This stairway in designer Ben Pentreath’s flat is painted in a muddy green created by the paint historian Patrick Baty – ‘The Botanist‘ from Paint & Paper Library is a similar astringent shade.
This country-style living room styled by Gabby Deeming has panelled walls painted with Farrow & Ball’s ‘Breakfast Room Green‘, a soft olive colour.
The wall paint matches the green details of the antique sofa, which has been covered with Colefax & Fowler’s legendary Bowood chintz. A trestle table displays an interesting collection of antiques, including a vintage tole flower lamp and a bust of Napoleon.
Benjamin Moore Evergreen painted kitchen cabinets. Via.
A two-toned wall merges modern and traditional and is an easy way to add architectural interest to your home.
Add a jolt of colour to your home by painting a small hallway in a fresh green hue, like this one in Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell’s London flat. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Folly Green‘ colour, which although it no longer graces the standard colour chart is available to order. ‘Yeabridge Green’ has a similar verdant appeal.
A very popular subdued green paint color is Farrow & Ball Smoke Green.
More popular greens: Farrow & Ball Calke Green.
A dark green paint to look out for in 2020.
Farrow & Ball Studio Green paint color, an elegant deep dark green, fantastic paint color for kitchens and feature walls in bedrooms.
Dulux green paint color trends for 2020. Palette including Dulux colors: Powdered Gum, Te Aroha, Pencarrow, Priority, Water Reed, Warm Woolen, Rousseau Green, Jadeite, Herbal, Hancock, Niche, Purple Palace and Driftwood.
Dulux Cultivate palette aims to bring elements of nature inside, and as such you’ll find calm and gentle green shades within this palette, paired with chalky blue, plum and earthy shades. These colours are easy to work with and will suit most homes.
Spring paint colors, fresh greens with Benjamin Moore Aurora Borealis, Ice Mist, Fresh Grass and Coconut Grove.