Green is used to create relaxing and exciting interiors. As it usually creates a soothing atmosphere in dining rooms, try it out first in your dining room.
Green with its many shades, hues, and tones can be used to create both relaxing and exciting interiors.
Furthermore, you can choose from an array of wonderful ways how to incorporate this gorgeous color.
Whether as a refreshing backdrop or as an accent color introduced by different décor items, green is the perfect option to create a soothing atmosphere in any space.
When it comes to decorating dining rooms, green is definitely an excellent choice.
A dining room in green instantly draws attention and offers a relaxing atmosphere.
1. Refreshing Backdrop
An easy, uncomplicated approach is by painting the walls. One of its advantages is that both darker and lighter shades work well even in small dining spaces.
However, carefully choose the shade, because only a color you ‘absolutely love’ will work for a long time.
The above-shown formal dining room in olive green is pure perfection, don’t you think? Photo: Credit
2. Rugs and Ceiling
Painting the ceiling is an option for those who wish to go beyond the obvious!
If you want to create a farmhouse or vintage-style dining room, lighter shades of green coupled with yellow or white walls are perfect for the ceiling.
The above-shown cottage-style dining room is absolutely charming. Photo: Credit
As bright greens, which are currently trendy, might seem overwhelming when used for the walls, you can keep them neutral and add dark, bolder shades of green using area rugs. Photo: Credit
3. Dash of Green Goodness
However, you can use only bold green accents that stand out, such as stylish rugs, potted plants, wall art, collection or even green fruit displays, as shown in the dining room above. Photo: Credit
Remember that the more neutral the backdrop, the greater the impact of even the tiniest splash of green in the dining space.
4. Drapes and Décor
Green dining table chairs offer a gorgeous way to alter the appeal of the setting. This is a perfect option because you don’t need to repaint the walls. Another no-paint option is using green drapes.
This is a perfect option because you don’t need to repaint the walls. Another no-paint option is using green drapes.
Another no-paint option is using green drapes.
Opt for delicate bluish-green drapes for a sophisticated look. Drapes in darker shades of green are perfect for traditional and rustic dining spaces, as in the above-shown traditional dining room. Photo: Credit
For an eclectic look, pick ones with bold, geometric prints.
5. Invite Nature Indoors!
A lovely option for adding green is incorporating beautiful potted plants, as in the above-shown fabulous dining room. Photo: Credit
Note that tiny herb planters on the dining table also work well.
You can open up the room with glass walls so that a fabulous backyard becomes a backdrop for the dining space.
6. Touches of Texture and Pattern
As wallpaper and grasscloth wall coverings bring in color, pattern, and texture, they are an attractive way to add green to the dining space. Photo: Credit
Note that patterned green wallpaper works best in traditional, Mid-century, and Mediterranean-style spaces.