"11 Green Bathroom Designs To Add To Your Mood Board" by Brooke Robinson

26.04.24 08:30 AM By Zack

Go Green for Spring with Fresh and Serene Shades

Explore a spectrum of tranquility with Brooke Robinson's captivating compilation of "11 Green Bathroom Designs to Add to Your Mood Board." From serene pastels to lush emerald tones, each design invites a refreshing breath of nature into your space. Whether you seek a serene oasis or a vibrant rejuvenation, Valley Habitats can help you dive into the lush world of green hues and envision your bathroom transformed into a verdant sanctuary. Contact us today to get your spring project started!

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Perhaps one of the most versatile hues to employ in the home, green can serve as a surprise pop of color or be a part of a holistic design scheme. Given its association with growth and renewal, green is an ideal choice for a bathroom, a space dedicated to relaxation and self-care. By incorporating various tones and textures of green (think: soft sage painted walls, vibrant emerald cabinetry, or olive-toned wallpapers), these spaces can range from subtly soothing to boldly invigorating. Case in point: these green bathroom designs destined for your spring mood board.

Design The Green Bathroom Of Your Dreams With These As Inspiration

A Totally Tropical Powder Room

In the green bathroom of this Palm Beach oasis, walls are swathed in Beverly Hills’ iconic Banana Leaf wallpaper. The powder room’s vanity is lacquered in Benjamin Moore’s Raleigh Green, replete with inset caning, a Calacatta Gold marble top and an unlacquered-brass Waterworks tap.


A Bold Green Bathroom In A Historic Home

This historic home in Denver received a renovation rich with decorative details. Case in point, the gorgeous green bathroom seen here.  Schumacher’s Tortoise wallcovering wraps the powder room in leafy greens. The porcelain console sink is by Signature Hardware and the mirror—cleverly ceiling-mounted in front of an existing window—is by Mirror Home.


Sage Green Bathroom Cabinetry Leans Into Contemporary Design

This newly refreshed midcentury modern abode is awash with colorful features like this muted green primary bathroom. The cabinets are painted Benjamin Moore’s Raintree Green and includes Emtek hardware, a Brizo faucet and West Elm lighting. Legacy Granite Designs fabricated the Calacatta Vagli marble counter from Triton Stone Group. Residential designer Jennifer Marsh, who advised leaning into the home’s original midcentury style, suggested architectural lighting design firm ATX Design Studio.


Floral Meets Mint In This Dainty Bathroom Design

The late Mary Myers Dwelle was one of the original driving forces behind The Mint Museum, North Carolina’s first art museum. The latest owners of her former Charlotte abode have continued carrying on her artistic interests. The primary bathroom’s Cole & Son Hummingbirds blue-green wallpaper was retained from a previous iteration of the home’s design. Existing marble tile floors and a streamlined soaking tub add a modernist verve.


Vintage Finishes Pop On Mossy Green Walls

French-country style deftly melds grandeur with grace. For this Alabama abode, that simple elegance extends from the home’s symmetrical façade to its posh powder room. Mossy green lacquer lends a jewel-box effect to the space. Responding to the narrow window, designer Dana Wolter placed an antique mirror from Maison over the vanity, its ornate gilt frame juxtaposing Bradley’s Lindsey Diamond pendant in iron and brass.

 Simply Sophisticated Space In Shades Of Blue-Green

Bold black-and-white Kelly Wearstler floor tile grounds the primary bathroom of this Chicago Colonial, and its walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Green Tint meet designers’ predictions for what’s hot in 2024: “All the shades of blues and greens, from watery to richly saturated, as well as neutral earth tones [are expected],” shares Kate Miller of Elworthy Studio in San Francisco. To complete this blue-green suite, an Ann Sacks marble tile backsplash frames the Kohler freestanding tub from Studio41. The artwork is by Heidi Becker.


A Fun Bathroom With Deep Green Furnishings

A peaceful energy radiates throughout the home of Arizona-based design duo, Fitch Hill. The guest bathroom on the lower level gains a splash of color from the deep green vanity by Highborn Cabinetry. Hudson Valley Lighting sconces hang on either side of the Rejuvenation mirror.


Green + White Wallpaper Slithers Across The Walls

Art Noveau flair is found throughout this 1930s Portland pad. If you aren’t ready to cover your bathroom in full green walls, subtle pops of color can still make a statement. Take for example the guest bathroom’s reptilian Hygge & West wallpaper, designed in collaboration with Patch NYC. The slithery statement wall covering fits perfectly into the growing desire to add more personal style to powder rooms. “Whether it’s a fun wallpaper or special hardware, it’s important to make YOUR statement in the bathroom,” says Mary Patton of Mary Patton Design in Houston, when asked about today’s bathroom design trends.


Glazed Tiles Are A Serious Statement In This Green Bathroom

Designer Michelle Gage lovingly calls the circa-1787 New Jersey abode that she restored top-to-bottom alongside general contractor Chadwick Hunter “The Gentleman’s Farmhouse.” With black-and-white tile in varying patterns used throughout the house, the resulting renovation reads classic Americana. The primary bathroom of the farmhouse boasts a black-and-white penny tile floor which pairs nicely with the glazed jade wall tiles, both from Daltile. The cast iron tub is from Signature Hardware.


Thoughtful Touches Add Personality To This Space

For this Upper East Side apartment, punchy patterns were called upon to give the dwelling a modern refresh. In the kids’ bathroom, a whimsical Peter Pan toile wallpaper by Emma Molony inspired designer Garrow Kedigian’s selection of Farrow & Ball’s Emerald Green for the trim. The Waterworks tile was chosen for its timelessness.


Moody Meets Luxurious In This Dark Green Bath

Designer Brittany Bromley updated this Hamptons residence with artful interiors throughout. For the library’s guest bathroom, a moody vibe was employed by incorporating dark green Ann Sacks tiles. Brass Waterworks fixtures and an elegant Kohler sink maintain the elevated look. The vintage engravings are from Brittany Bromley Home.