Equal Parts Versatile and Calming
Green is a calming, centering color, ideal for time in the tub or for a moment of mental peace while shaving before a busy day. Try the color as floor tiles, as wall color, as fixtures, or as cabinetry. All hues, from bright to muted, from yellow-tinged to blue, are good choices, really; yellow-greens are more energizing, while muted blue-greens will have a more mellowing effect. Here are some of our favorite green bathrooms, gathered in a gallery to inspire you.
Not an In-Between Green
A saturated yellow-green hue accents the red cast of freshly stripped and refinished woodwork in a classic bath.
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A Softer Approach
Celadon walls top ivory-colored beadboard wainscoting.
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Soft blue-green surrounds early twentieth century-style twin sinks.
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Message from a Stone
Warm sage walls take their cue from the green stone floor tiles.
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Basket-weave tiles made of marble with touches of green informed the wall color.
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Made with This Shade
A pleasing medium shade makes for a refreshing powder room.
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Olive green custom cabinetry plays off the green-and-gold stone floor tiles.
A spare bedroom helped make the bumpout possible for this spacious lone bath for a growing Brooklyn family.
Dressed like a dapper golfer, this bathroom showcases kelly green and pastel yellow with a swatch of colorful plaid that ties all of the colors together.
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Leafy green walls reach for the trees past the window in this sunken bath
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Green floor tiles with a black border give this room a 1920s vibe.
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Miles of Tiles
A sleek and modern bath with a bath surround of jade-green tiles.
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Try pale, sea green walls.
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Walls the hue of freshly grown grass update a classic bath.
A gutsy young couple revived a turreted 1887 Queen Anne.
Deep sage walls echo the marble vanity top.
A modest bumpout maximized surrounding Hudson River views in this bath remodel.
A Timeless Hue
Classic celadon walls balance the matching wooden vanities’ modern style.
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A Slanted Take
A monochromatic green palette brightens a classic bath.
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Medium green walls that aren’t too blue and not too yellow strike a pleasing tone.
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Design as You Demolish
This pale teal came from pieces of trim uncovered by the homeowners by the renovation.
Time to Relax
Going for an all-out spa-style bath? Serene sage is the ideal color for such a space.