Are you jumping on the trend and looking for some ideas for green decor? Lately I’ve really been crushing on the color green.
I’ve been adding small doses of green decor around the house and love the organic vibe it provides. And green is a wonderful color to accent with any time of the year. It’s somewhat of a neutral color and blends with so many different things.
30 Ideas for Green Decor
If you, too, are loving green these days, here are some favorite green decor items to add to your home.
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Ideas for Green Decor in the Kitchen and Dining Room
Green Dishes and Glasses
It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a dish hoarder and I happen to have a few green pieces in my collection. The green goblets add a nice pop of green to our table at Christmas. They belonged to my mother-in-law and we love to use them during the holidays. (Similar goblets found HERE.)
These little green cabbage bowls are nice accents for spring and summer. They’re perfect for fruit, ice cream, or cereal. (You can find similar ones HERE.) And it’s such an easy idea for decorating with green.
If you prefer a softer shade of green, you’ll love the idea of adding green decor to your kitchen with vintage Jadeite. It was popular in the 1940’s and 50’s and has a pretty mint green color.
Similarly, vintage depression glass is another great idea for adding green decor to your home. A few pieces tucked inside a china hutch or on a shelf give the perfect amount of green to any little area.
Adding green decor with preserved boxwood
Adding green decor with Plants
Naturally, plants are an ideal tip for decorating with green. The driftwood succulent planter is simple to make and adds a nice organic touch wherever you decide to use it. See how to make one like this HERE.
You can never go wrong with ferns. Add a few to some glass bottles for an instant dose of green style.
An upcycled little green bottle vase is the perfect vessel for this small bouquet of flowers. See more ways to upcycle and repurpose bottles and more here: 29 Repurpose and Upcycle Ideas for Your Home
Vintage Green Books
A charming way to add pops of green is by adding a few vintage green books. These are in our guest bedroom which got a makeover last year. You can see more of this room HERE. And similar vintage green books are found HERE.
Green Vintage Tin Tiles
A couple of years ago at the Vintage Market Days fair I found these fun little vintage tin ceiling tiles. They fit perfectly underneath our living room mantel and add a fun pop of green to the area.
They also blend nicely with my spring and holiday decor. You could get a similar look with small green plates. The botanical floral prints are available as free printable art here: Spring Entry and Living Room Plus Free Printables
For a small dose of green, consider adding artwork with shades of green to your walls. For a classic and timeless look, add a grouping of fern botanical wall art. They work well with any style decor.
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Using Paint to add Green Decor to your Home
Welcome your guests with a pretty green front door. This one is painted with Benjamin Moore Green Meadows. See more ideas here: 37 Front Door Paint Colors Plus Tips for Choosing One
Green Painted Furniture
Painting an accent piece of furniture is a quick and easy way to add green to your decor. The piece above got a fresh coat of green paint and now holds various supplies in my studio. You can see the entire room HERE.
This pretty kitchen island from Miss Mustard Seed was painted with boxwood milk paint. It looks so nice with her copper and blue accents. And it’s a great complement to her white cabinets and wood floor. (Milk paint found HERE.)
This vintage piece from Where Sisters Gather is another pretty shade of green. The little glass knobs add a sweet bit of sparkle to it.
My friend Susan at Saw Nail and Paint recently gave this thrift store table a facelift by painting the legs and skirt green. Isn’t it gorgeous? You can get the details of this makeover HERE.
Green Painted Walls
If you’re ready for larger doses of green, consider painting a room. This cozy bedroom is painted with Sherwin Williams Rosemary.
Do you love sage green? See the prettiest sage paint colors and get free color charts here: 25 Best Sage Green Paint Colors
The walls in this farmhouse style entry are painted with Magnolia Green Paint. The space has such a welcoming feeling to it.
Make a statement on your walls with green wallpaper. Accent walls and small rooms are great areas for wallpaper and these are wonderful ways to add some green to your home.
If you want a subtle dose of green, this green fern leaf wallpaper fits the bill. Classic and timeless, it would be perfect for an entry, bathroom, kitchen, or almost any space. I’m thinking it would be great in my entry too!
Go bold or go home! This stunning green peacock wallpaper will add personality and color to any space. So many pretty colors in this print.
Add Green Decor with a Rug
Add a pop of personality to your front door with this vibrant green door mat.
What are some ways that you like to decorate with green? Leave a comment below and let me know what your ideas are!
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