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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

Photo by Dominic Blackmore/IPC Images

Celadon walls top ivory-colored beadboard wainscoting.

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Willow-Green Wonder

Photo by Megan Chaffin

Soft blue-green surrounds early twentieth century-style twin sinks.

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Message from a Stone

Photo by Michael Luppino

Warm sage walls take their cue from the green stone floor tiles.

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Marble Marvel

Photo by Erik Johnson

Basket-weave tiles made of marble with touches of green informed the wall color.

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Made with This Shade

Photo by Andrew Bordwin

A pleasing medium shade makes for a refreshing powder room.

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It's Golden

Photo by Tria Giovan

Olive green custom cabinetry plays off the green-and-gold stone floor tiles.

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Fore!

Photo by Abode/Beateworks/Corbis

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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Sunken Treasure

Photo by Michael Casey

Leafy green walls reach for the trees past the window in this sunken bath

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Flapper Ready

Photo by Susan Seubert

Green floor tiles with a black border give this room a 1920s vibe.

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Miles of Tiles

Photo by Keller & Keller

A sleek and modern bath with a bath surround of jade-green tiles.

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Ocean Inspired

Photo by Ryan Kurtz

Try pale, sea green walls.

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Freshly Minted

Photo by Tria Giovan

Walls the hue of freshly grown grass update a classic bath.

A gutsy young couple revived a turreted 1887 Queen Anne.

Smooth Transition

Photo by Jurgen Frank

Deep sage walls echo the marble vanity top.

A modest bumpout maximized surrounding Hudson River views in this bath remodel.

A Timeless Hue

Photo by Frank L. Jenkins/Vista Estate Imaging

Classic celadon walls balance the matching wooden vanities' modern style.

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A Slanted Take

Photo by Stephen Karlisch

A monochromatic green palette brightens a classic bath.

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Great Green

Photo by Andrew Bordwin

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

Photo by Courtesy of Julien

Going for an all-out spa-style bath? Serene sage is the ideal color for such a space.