Mint green is lively and fresh. It can be used in many rooms and with many different styles of decor—from modern to traditional. It can create a soothing atmosphere or deliver a punch of bright color. Here are our tips on how to put shades of this cheerful hue to work in your home.
Ready for a color change? Pale mint greens that lean more toward gray and blue work well on walls. In this country-style dining room, the blue-mint walls are paired with white furniture for an airy feel.
We're crushing on this allover mint green kitchen! The green dominates the cabinetry and beaded-board backsplash, but modern elements like stainless-steel appliances, a unique light fixture, and black hardware prevent it from becoming too precious.
If you're looking to add mint accents to your home, try shades with a hint of yellow or deeply saturated hues. Choose a piece or two of painted furniture, such as the adorable chairs in this dining set or a painted nightstand or dresser. For an easy way to add color without breaking the bank, try inexpensive decorative pillows or photo frames.
Bring mint green outdoors on shutters or a splashy front door. Here, accent pillows and greenery complement the soft shade, which stands out against a brick exterior.