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20 Refreshing Bathrooms with a Splash of Green

While we are stuck in the cold of winter, the interior design industry is already readying itself for the season ahead with a lineup of Spring Collections that will charm you with their elegance. And as we look forward to this time of new beginnings, cheerful warmth and reinvigorated natural beauty, green is one shade that stands out instantly. Green is an organic part of spring collections, and its presence instantly adds an air of freshness, tranquility and at times opulence. It is also one of the most popular colors in bathrooms following the neutral white and perennial blue. So, why not turn to this inspiring hue as we kick start 2015?

Fabulous use of green tile in the contemporary bathroom [Design: Echo Design]

With experts predicting sustainable design, Asian-inspired themes and soothing spa-style settings as the top design trends of 2015, now is the perfect time to consider adding green to your bathroom. And today we have 20 of the very best green bathrooms that showcase how to get it done in sizzling style!

Bright, Bold and Refreshing

The beauty of green lies in the wide variety of shades, hues and tones that it comes in. This makes it perfect for almost any theme you have going in the bathroom, be it contemporary, minimal, vintage or farmhouse. More essentially, you can vary the shade of green to shift from a quiet, understated look to a daring, audacious style without any hassle. Shades such as chartreuse or bright lime green even add a touch of neon brilliance to the bathroom and do so with plenty of panache! Remember, though, that the brighter the shade of green, the more sporadically it needs to be used to create the maximum impact.

A touch of red along with green in the bathroom [Design: Chan Architecture]
Classy contemporary bath in black and lime green [Design: Stephen Fletcher Architects]
Elegant use of green inside the traditional bathroom [Design: Zahn Builders]

A bold look does not necessarily mean you pick a really bright shade. When used right, calmer tones of green can have a similar effect while giving the bathroom a cool, laidback appeal. Painting the walls green or turning to bright green tiles with a glossy tinge are the most popular ways that homeowners seem to add the color to their bathrooms.

Green backdrop in the bathroom lets the white freestanding bathtub standout [Design: Luis Pons Design Lab]
Walls add texture and color to the Mediterranean style bathroom [Design: Ibrahim Radwan]
Framed stained glass additions bring artistic elegance to the green bathroom [Design: Habitat Studio]
Hollywood Regency style bathroom with exquisite use of green tile [Design: Maienza – Wilson Interior Design + Architecture]

Spa-Like Serenity

If you are tired of the classic blue and white color palette in the bathroom and are looking for an alternative that is equally breezy but far more exciting, green is the way forward. The trend of turning the master bath into a spa-like getaway is increasing rapidly, and green lends itself perfectly to this task. Serene sage green, gorgeous mint or even the vivacious Paris green is ideal for such a makeover.

Gorgeous master suite in a pleasant green hue [Design: Cushman Design Group]
Bluish-green gives a serene vibe to the spa-style master bath [Design: Timothyj kitchen & bath]

For those in search of the perfect compromise, try out colors such as dark turquoise or even Ming to get that balance between both blue and green just right! No matter what the shade, ensure that the green you use is not overbearing and gaudy when shooting for a soothing ambiance.

Gentle shades of green work best when coupled with interesting accents [Design: Martha Angus]
Vintage bathroom in green with a standalone bathtub [Design: The Brighton Bathroom Company]
Smart lighting elevates the appeal of the traditional bathroom [Design: Karen Beam Architect LLC]
Dazzling wall tile and light green steal the show in this relaxing master bathroom [Design: Topnotch Design Studio]

A Tinge of Green

Adding green to your bathroom does not necessarily mean repainting the walls or getting brand new tiles. Sometimes less permanent and cumbersome additions can create greater visual impact when used right. Colorful standalone bathtubs are all the rage in recent times, and they are available in a variety of themes varying from the vintage to the modern. If a green bathtub does not do it for you, then a vanity in green or even a few simple, cleverly placed green accents in a black and white bathroom can get the job done.

So are you ready to go green?

Bathtub adds a splash of bold green to the neutral setting [Design: Randall Architects]
Use the bathroom floor to usher in some refreshing green [Design: Rinaldi Interior Design]
Vanity adds green to the lovely bathroom in white [Design: J.A.S. Design-Build]
Breezy bathroom uses green with an air of sophistication [Design: Pinto Designs and Associates]
Natural light heightens the visual effect of green in this bathroom [Design: Jennifer Gardner Design]
A hint of gold for the beautiful traditional bath in green and white [From: Dennis Mayer Photography]

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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