Being the color of nature, green is the symbol of refreshment, rejuvenation, and centeredness. Everyone would easily find peace within the green, imagine that the color is brought in to your bathroom design! Amidst the popularity of minimalist white design, green is probably not the first thing that comes into your mind. But our collection of refreshing green bathroom ideas will change your mind right away.
Green is surprisingly versatile and flexible! You will find out how it matches well with a metallic touch, Mediterranean style, even with the touch of brass features. There are so many things you can create with green, so let’s (literally) go green and check out these inspiring designs!
The dark green wall tiles that don’t leave any blank space on the wall eliminates the need for wall décor, wall art, etc. It stands out even more because of the floating black cabinets with white vanity countertops. But the highlighting features would be the brass touch here and there – drawers’ pull and the faucets. The multicolor chevron flooring serves as the finishing touch of the design.
Conventionally, farmhouse style comes in white-dominated design with a lot of wooden elements. This one proves that green is versatile enough to be infused with this design. Instead of white, give the shiplap wall a touch of army green color. Highlight the floor design with a black, traditional pattern on white.
If you are in a good mood for green, go with moody green. And in case having green only on the wall or flooring is not enough, try this full tile design. Despite using the same color, note that the subway-tiled wall and herringbone-tiled flooring all use different sizes. The detail makes the design even more interesting.
The canvas-clean white color works as an ideal background for literally any color – green is no exception. More than just plainly combining white and green, use this unusual geo pattern for the wall and floor. It is also arranged in three different gradating green colors.
Rather than the permanent wall tiles, this patterned wallpaper is easier to be removed, in case you want to remodel the bathroom without much hassle. Among many patterns, consider this leaf-patterned for the narrow powder room. It enriches the nature-looking style, which is already shown by the wooden floor and mirror frame.
This particular lime green color will make you feel refreshed and rejuvenated every time. Turns out, it’s not a bad idea to go all lime green. The design doesn’t look boring since the detailed subway floor visually separates the shower accent wall and flooring from the vanity wall. Don’t forget to use a lot of bright lights that will accentuate the color.
Got a spacious room to work as a bathroom? You might want to try this simple Mediterranean style. Incorporating the square green tiles on the floor with the addition of traditional pattern brings a new life to this room. To balance the already full lower half, the wall and ceiling is rather empty and only houses a pair of sconces.
The combination of olive green and yellow lamps produce a rather dramatic and mysterious effect at the same time. Since the floor also has a green color, chances are the furniture wouldn’t be able to stand out due to the domination. However, using a metallic sink and small stools indeed helps, as well as the thick mirror frame.
Just by looking at the picture, the bathroom design consists of different elements. But, the most prominent is undoubtedly the accent green subway tiles with faded edges. The color matches well with the naked brick walls and gray hex tiles of the floor. The brass faucets and towel hanger are also highlighting parts.
It is clearly visible that the randomly arranged mosaic tiles work as the accent wall and flooring for the shower area. The tiles successfully stand out since it visually separates the small box with the white wall and large window.
Here is another mosaic wall inspiration to make your bathroom looks different – this one is on the extreme side. The densely dark mosaic floor has lots of green on it; however, it gradually recedes as the wall proceeds to the ceiling – note the increasing white composition. The wooden ceiling and vanity are a great accent for the design.
Since green is the color of nature, it is only right to add the real natural element and use it as a statement. In fact, the moss wall is one major statement for this white bathroom. The addition of yellow lightings rising from the floor sending a heavy romantic vibe to the rest of the room.
Green on the green with an addition of white never looks this good, right? To accentuate the bold green wall, it is left empty in purpose except for the double mirror and quirky sconces above them. The reflective onyx green countertop is a perfect match for the color. The vividness of the two is balanced with the white vanity cabinet.
Penny tiles in white will look modern and minimalist, but the faded green penny tiles exude more classic and vintage charm. Especially when you put the old chest above the vanity, whether it’s for décor or being used for real. But the tiny metallic pot gives a contrasting modern charm.
When you don’t have more space left but in need of more storage, make a hole on the wall and turn it into recessed shelving. It creates a unique accent within the green subway tiles wall, which takes up the whole wall, from the floor up to the ceiling. Choosing wooden material is an excellent decision since it matches well with almost all colors.
Speaking about the eye-catching pattern, this trellis wallpaper should make it into your lists. The pattern is so visually dominating that attaching other things on the wall will make it overwhelmed. Thankfully, the black and white accents represented by the floating sink and round mirror add balance to the overall design.
Even if you only have green as an accent wall, the color is bold enough to overshadow everything. Look at how the vertical subway-tiled wall frames the twin vanity and twin mirror perfectly. The white color allows the wall to stand out, while the wooden-framed mirrors balance the look.
For long-shaped tiles, as seen in the picture, subway and herringbone are two patterns that are commonly used. But who would’ve thought that these classic vertical tiles arrangements infuse a rich vintage vibe to the design?
Victorian style is the epitome of luxury in terms of design. The combination of moody green and black might sounds too much at first. But, when you really put it side-by-side like this, it results in a minimalist Victorian design without losing the classy touch. The large plant pattern is a major statement as well.
Bold and dark green could be too much for design. But this pastel green creates a pleasing layout. Basically comes from the same palette, every aspect of this room appears in different patterns, making it more interesting. The blotched green floor tiles and wall art make a good point in the design.
Sometimes, it is best to go simple and minimalist by plainly combining green and white tiles. The tiles have an identical square style, even the white floor enlighten the green-tiled wall. Bright lamps indeed help to highlight certain parts.
Last but not least, this is another way to create a statement inside an all-green bathroom. The wooden ceiling is a prominent aspect of this bathroom. This kind of style surprisingly works well in a long-shaped room like this.