Color: Cool Greens

Green becomes a soothing backdrop for relaxation when you choose milky hues with blue undertones, like mint or celadon. "It's fresh without being jarring," says interior designer Meg Braff. For a palette that's easy on the eyes, choose greens with a good dose of gray blended in and layer the palest shades with a few rich tones.

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Glidden Miami Grass 30GY 61/246

Layering multiple shades of green creates a welcoming space.

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PPG Paints French Market PPG1131-4

Refresh your room with a coat of green paint with gray undertones.

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Benjamin Moore Gumdrop 564

Pair green walls with white furniture for a light, fresh feel.

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Sherwin-Williams Mint Condition SW 6743

Use a soft green to contrast dark hues.

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Endura Wallpaper by Meg Braff

A green wallpaper with yellow undertones adds airiness to bathroom walls.

Price: $123 per roll

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Irregular Ceramic Bud Vases

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Kelly by Opham Design Tile

Start your bathroom remodel with a cool foundation that preps your space for more green decor.

Price: $30 per square foot

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Diamonds Fabric

Skinny laMinx created the Dimensional Diamonds textile in Sage featured on this soft bucket.

Price: $65

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Herringbone in Tree Frog Green Wallpaper

Use this spring-green paper for an accent wall.

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Mixed Greens: Cool Down

Designers agree that color repetition calms. In a monotone palette, use multiple shades of your core color to keep the eye moving. "It works especially well in a bedroom where you want a tranquil environment," Braff says.

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Mixed Greens: Warm Up

For an unexpected twist, Braff suggest layering warm and cool shades that don't quite match. "A hit of chartreuse mixed with a cooler traditional green will add a little zip," she says.

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