Green is commonly associated with prosperity, growth, and peace. So it's no wonder that the verdant shade has garnered such popularity for use in the home. In fact, one of our favorite spots to add the viridescent hue is in the washroom. Whether it's courtesy of paint, tile, plants, or accessories, it's safe to say, we're pretty much gaga for green. And these seven beautiful green bathrooms totally validate our obsession. Don't ya think?
1. Strive for sophistication.
Walls swathed in a sophisticated, herbaceous tone are expertly complemented by classic subway tile on the walls and hex mosaic tile on the floors. Kristin from Hunted Interior used a loomed rug and a graphic Roman shade to add playful flair to the overall design.
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2. Play with pattern.
How fun is the fan-shaped mosaic tile in this green bathroom designed by Petrina Turner? Geometric tile for the win. And crisp white is the perfect balance, as anything too eye-catching could risk looking busy.
3. Embrace greenery.
Botanical bliss exists ... at least in Dabito from Old Brand New's green bathroom! Seriously, every day would be a vacation in this island-inspired oasis complete with lush greenery, cement floor tile, and an emerald accent wall.
4. Infuse vintage flavor.
From the white subway tile wainscot, to the rich herringbone wood floors, to the mint green walls and clawfoot bathtub, everything about this Parisian bathroom designed by Fusion D seems effortlessly chic. Romantic details like a pedestal sink, vintage-style lantern, and grand windows complete this luxe salle de bains.
5. Think outside the box.
There are so many interesting features in this bathroom redux. Let's start with the gorgeous glass vessel sink. Then there's the live-edge wood vanity, contrasting statement tile, and clever niches. The finishing touch? Potted plants that really bring the space to life.
6. Mix and match.
Can't decide between styles? Blend aesthetics into one cohesive space à la Elizabeth Roberts. In this Prospect Park West townhouse she brilliantly blends industrial edge and midcentury charm resulting in a relaxing spa-like sanctuary.
7. Take a cue from Mother Nature.
In need of some direction? Simply follow the lead of designer Katie Lockhart and turn your attention outdoors. The combination of a moss-like shade of green and warm wood is timeless. Minimal design elements offset the earthy palette for a super fresh feel.
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