10 Ways to Decorate With Royal Green
This beautiful green is opulence at its finest. Browse our best ideas for using this historic hue.
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Royal Green Color Palette
This historic shade of green is based on the paint color of an 18th century house near Williamsburg, Virginia. Apply this rich hue to your home decor by pairing with natural wood tones, light gray and pops of red.
Shamrock green and hot pink may not be the first colors you think of when it comes to spring, but these two colors are found together in nature in the form of lush pastures and fields of tulips. When you pair these colors together, be sure to add tons of white to help break up the saturation of the two bold hues.
Green subway tile is a simple way to add color to your kitchen.
A green accent wall overlooks a luxurious sitting area in a master bedroom.
Down to the Wire
These wire chairs offer a streamlined silhouette and an on-trend, dark green hue.
Be bold in your sun room and transform the space with a custom striped flooring design.
Combined with black, white and gold, green is given a fresh look with an opulent feel. This lively color also looks fabulous with neutrals and pairs beautifully with blues, pinks and reds.
For a dose of classic country in your dining room or kitchen, gather an assortment of dinner plates, then display them on the wall with plate hangers.
A green bed and blue rug give jewel-toned luxury to this sophisticated bedroom. The extra tall headboard draws the eye upward and calls attention to the high ceiling.
This clubhouse has a midcentury modern design with rustic decor that gives the green room a distinct look and feel.