With Spring in the air and daffodils popping up in the parks, it’s time to check out some fresh green living room ideas. There are so many beautiful green colours, you can go for a deep moss, a vibrant emerald or a fern green. Different shades will work well together and you can also introduce some botanical patterns or fern leaf designs which are on-trend at the moment. Green is a tranquil colour which can connect your surrounding with nature. If you go with these green living room ideas, you might feel a bit more relaxed in the evenings. But you can also take it up a notch by pairing greens with fuchsia or purple. Read on to see my green sofa, storage units, designer rug, wallpaper and paint ideas for an evergreen interior scheme.
Neverland Matt Emulsion Paint
Furniture Green Living Room Ideas
I just can’t wait to tell you about this amazing lush green Cloud Sofa by Moooi. It’s so plump and perfect that you want to snuggle up on it. It’s actually been designed by the co-founder of Moooi, Marchel Wanders. With fabulous curves and that ravishing round shape, it’s quite spectacular. This sofa has been made from moulded foam which is covered in a gorgeous moss green dacron upholstery. You can also have it covered in your own fabric if you’d prefer. The seat rests upon chrome steel legs and is supported by a steel frame. The measurements are 72cm high, 230cm wide and 105cm deep – £4930 from Houseology / product code: MO4051.
Moooi Moss Green Cloud Sofa
The Colton Oak and Green Glass Cabinet is a great storage unit for your lounge. The oak surround coordinates with the vibrant green visible through the glass doors. It’s certainly a striking piece for your living room. Use it to display your decorative objects which will be free from dust. The doors are made from lacquered oak veneer and fitted with tempered glass. They have a magnetic close and small metal handles. The measurements are 186cm high, 100cm wide and 40cm in depth – £795 from Habitat / product code: 207068.
Colton Oak and Green Glass Cabinet
If you want versatile storage try the Antonia Bone Inlay Chest of Drawers in Emerald. You can use this in the sitting room, dining room, bedroom or hallway. It’s such a pretty piece of furniture which has been hand crafted in India taking weeks to complete. The bone is from responsibly sourced cow and camel bone. In a classic French renaissance style, it is timeless, elegant and very romantic. I love the curve of the legs, very sexy. The frame is made using mango wood which is durable and sustainable. The green colour is mixed by hand so there may be some variations on shades. The measurements are 76cm high, 105cm wide and 50cm in depth – £1295 from Graham & Green / product code: BCX8967.
Antonia Bone Inlay Chest of Drawers
Floor and Wall Green Living Room Ideas
A quick green colour fix at home can be achieved by rolling out a rug. The Colonnade Moss Rug by Designers Guild is very fetching indeed. It features a beautiful blend of colours for an ombré and check combination effect. Moss green is placed against heather purple hues and platinum grey to achieve a stunning effect. This is a great colour palette to try at home; mix your greens with greys and light lilacs. The rug is hand tufted viscose. There are three size options. 160cm x 260cm £994, 200cm x 300cm £1194 and 250cm x 350cm £1494 – from The Rug Seller.
Designers Guild Colonnade Moss Rug
Lavish your walls with gorgeous green wallpaper. For something simple and subtle you might like this Tweed Spring Green Wallpaper. It has a slight pattern which you’ll notice if you take a proper look. It’s a vinyl paper which needs to be pasted to hang. You can wipe it over with a damp cloth if it gets marked. The roll is 10m long and 52cm wide with a pattern repeat of 32cm – £12 a roll from Graham & Brown / product code: 20-526.
Tweed Spring Green Wallpaper
If you’d rather go for green paint, try the Tendril which is on-trend this season. Pair it with bold colours to create the wow factor you’ve been dreaming about. Love the coupling here with fuchsia. This matt emulsion is perfect for painting your living room walls. It is mixed to order and takes about two hours to dry. It comes in a 2.5 L can – £24 from Graham and Brown / product code 80-161. I also adore the Neverland paint colour which you’ll see at the start of this feature. It has a natural outdoor feel so would look amazing in a sitting room with doors opening up onto a lush lawn – £24 from Graham & Brown / product code 80-158.
Tendril Matt Emulsion Paint
Where to Buy Items For These Green Living Room Ideas
If you want to go green in your living room, you can buy the pieces mentioned in the article from the following online shops:
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Houseology, Habitat, Graham & Green, The Rug Seller and Graham & Brown. Thanks: No one assisted me with this feature. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Houseology, Habitat, Graham & Green and Graham & Brown. (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).