We’re all about the green paint! Dark, light, moody, deep, pastel… it doesn’t matter… bring it on.
We’ve been pumped about green paint for some time now and we have a feeling it’s just getting started and won’t be leaving anytime soon. So today on the blog we wanted to share with you our top go-to green paint colors for you to try out if you’re wanting to embark on the green adventure and are feeling overwhelmed.
Paint Color #1. Hunter Green
Hunter Green by Benjamin Moore is hands down one of my favorite deep and moody green that there is out there! We did this in our basement bathroom and haven’t grown sick of it even in the slightest for over a year now. If you’re looking for a deep, bold, and true green, hunter green is your color!
Paint Color #2. Tate Olive
Or if you’re looking for more of a soft, pastel green, Tate Olive by Benjamin Moore is your color! Tate Olive for the win on this client’s kitchen island.
Paint Color #3. Caldwell Green
We went with Caldwell Green by Benjamin Moore for this buffet area on the right in our Seattle Hill Sunset project. As you can see in our client’s rug, they love the blue pallets so we wanted to find a green that had some blue hues to it.
Paint Color #4. Cape Verde
This is a bit of a brighter green, yet still gives a dark and mood effect, depending on the alternative selections you pair it with. We were going for a dark and moody vibe with the black tiles, and we knew we wanted to carry that into the paint color without it feeling too dark, so we opted for more bright and light green.
Paint Color #5. Green Smoke
Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball is just like the name signals, a smoky green-blue. This color was popular in interiors during the late 19th century. It has an irresistibly inviting deepness and weathered familiarity when used in exterior situations while evoking calm and serenity when used inside.
Source: Traditional Home
Paint Color #5. Northwoods
Northwoods by Behr is soooo dreamy and another new favorite of ours!! It’s the perfect deep and true green that will bring warmth to any space. We used this color in one of our basement projects where we hired Jkath to custom build the cabinets and finish them off in the color, Northwoods. And let’s just say, we’ve been pushing this color on every client since.
Paint Color #6. Hidden Falls
Hidden Falls by Benjamin Moore is part of their Classic Color Collection.
Anther timeless but forward color green! Love how Lindsay from The Buffalo Styling Co used this in her own home where she painted the kitchen cabinets in Hidden Falls. if you’re looking for a little bit of a cooler green, Hidden Falls is the way to go!
Source: The White Buffalo Styling Co
Paint Color #7. Pewter Green
It was the perfect color to complement the handmade Mercury Mosaics tile. And we love how it complimented the warm wood tones. As you can tell, this client is a lover of green and we jumped at the chance when she said she wanted all green cabinetry.
Paint Color #8. Dried Thyme
If you’re looking for a very soft and more neutral green, Dried Thyme by Sherwin Williams will be your color. Pairs perfectly with a warm white, gray or beige.
And there you have it! Our top favorite green paint colors. You can’t go wrong with any of these.