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Want to spruce up your house with wallpaper that is not only fashionable but also generates a peaceful atmosphere? Green wallpaper has got you covered!
Green is the natural hue of nature, and it is one that we feel at ease within the house; it goes well with a wide range of neutral tones and wood finishes. Also, green gives the potential to generate peaceful and cocooned or lively and bright rooms by delivering both bold and delicate tones.
Color psychology: using green wallpaper in interiors
Green's key positive psychological characteristics are tranquility, balance, and harmony. It can renew and heal, giving the sensation of being linked to nature while also feeling safe and secure.
Green wallpaper is instinctively associated with nature and flora, and one may frequently discover freshness, health, and calm in nature. It is an important emblem of renewal and prosperity since it represents the unengineered sector of life that existed before the human species.
Green has been determined by many psychologists and experts to be a healing hue, which is why it is widely utilized in clinics and waiting spaces.
In addition to its soothing properties, green is frequently associated with the "go" concept, as seen on traffic signals and infographics. This endorphin-releasing value stimulates a call to action as if the human is "ready to go" or "on the correct track," which is why study spaces are frequently painted green to stimulate motivation, creativity, and imagination.
How to choose the appropriate shade of green?
If you like green, there are many colors that work well with it to complete a color scheme for your house. Whatever style or feel you're going for, there will be a color combination that will bring the energy you're searching for. Green wallpaper may be used with both warm and cool colors since it is at the center of the color wheel. You should pick a green shade that you truly enjoy.
However, many individuals are confused by the color green and whether it is warm or cold. More often, the color green is considered to be cool since its overtones are cool (as are the overtones of blue and blue/violet). Yet, by adjusting the undertone of a green, you may make it warmer or cooler.
To make green warm, combine it with yellow to get a yellow-based green. Warm greens are often known by names such as olive, khaki, chartreuse, lime, and pistachio.
To cool down and make green appear colder, add blue to get a bluish-green. Cool greens are frequently referred to by names such as forest, emerald, bottle green, seafoam, and so on.
Usually, warm green wallpaper tones tend to convey a sense of warmth and comfort. Cool greens, on the other hand, often feel refreshing, much like the outdoor areas that they are associated with.
When considering the combination of green wallpaper with other colors, remember about something we call monochrome. It does not necessarily mean black and white. Monochrome means going for one single color. The best part is, this is extremely easy to pull off – simply use different shades and tints of the color green to keep your interior design interesting.
What other colors work particularly well in conjunction with green?
You may use basic complimentary color combinations such as red, which can be taken into pink tones, or you can use a split complementary such as purple or orange. To get the idea, see how perfectly basic complimentary color combinations look in these green wallpaper designs – Safari Jungle and Birds and Flowers.
Green is a highly adaptable hue that matches well with neutrals such as brown and gray, which are commonly found in homes and business environments. And even though green is considered a cold tone, it contrasts nicely with warm tones like yellow and orange.
How to incorporate green wallpaper into your interior
You may use a lot or a little green in your home design; it all depends on the other greens you bring into the area and how much of a statement you want to make.
Green wallpaper for the bathroom
You may certainly use a lot of vibrant colors in a small area like a bathroom. Opt for green wallpaper or tiles. We suggest incorporating a wild tropics motif into a bathroom with wallpapers such as Layered Tropics, Wild Leopard, or Botanical Leaves.
Green wallpaper for the living room
Use a lot of bright colors in your living area to bring the outside in. Bold green hues exude vitality, uniqueness, and inventiveness. However, if you want to keep things simple, just add a few green ornaments or make a green wallpaper accent wall. Green Magnolia, Exotic Greenery, and Tropical Jardin are excellent green wallpapers for your feature wall. You'll still feel invigorated and excited without being entirely surrounded by green.
Whatever you do, use a blend of vibrant hues that stand out as the color feature of the space for an elegant and sophisticated balance. Of course, you might also use deeper hues to make your space appear more solid and robust, invoking the macho feelings that dark green color psychology elicits. For this purpose, try out our Tropical Foliage, Rare Seaweed, or Pasted Paper green wallpaper.
Green wallpaper for kitchen
Green in the kitchen may conjure up images of avocado-green equipment from the 1970s. While it was a fantastic decade, you might not want to relive it in your kitchen every day. If that is the case, look for rich blue-green colors, such as emerald green. These green wallpapers – Lemon Tree, Pink Lily of The Valley, and Fern Herbarium – are great examples. They will exude beauty and refinement while still being playful. Perfect for kitchen or dining room!
Green wallpaper for bedroom
Pink and green are a natural match, conjuring images of beautiful, flower-filled country gardens. For a tranquil and romantic bedroom décor, wallpaper your walls with our Classic Flowers green wallpaper which contains gentle green and blush pink hues.
Green wallpaper – perfect for inspiring and relaxing interiors
Green appears to be the best hue to surround oneself with since it represents growth, rejuvenation, wealth, and regeneration. It's no surprise that the majority of city people travel to the country on weekends and vacations – it's to reconnect with nature and take in the green on an unconscious level to heal and refresh. You can achieve a similar effect just by hanging on your walls a green wallpaper!
If you have any questions about green wallpaper, shipping, prints or anything else, be sure to contact our customer service team! They will gladly answer your questions and help you choose the best green wallpaper for your needs. You can also order a sample of every green wallpaper, so you can test different prints and patterns and make sure which is the best look for your room in real life.