11. Pine Green Bedroom Colour Scheme with Brown & Taupe
Pine Green and Brown Colour Scheme : When it comes to choose a perfect bedroom colour scheme. You’ll want to choose tones that are relaxing to create a space that you can actually sleep and wake up with energy and positive for the next morning. This may be reflecting your favorite colour or, going for a new trend you want to try. Let us inspire you with these beautiful bedroom ideas from serene shades to vibrant patterns. Whichever the case, we have a bedroom colour scheme to inspire you.
This gorgeous bedding set, includes quilt, pine green pillow cases, bed sheet are from Adairs.
Pine Green Colour Hex
The ideal way to give flair and impact to a small room is to apply colour correctly and use a decor theme. There are many different types of bedroom paint colors from which you can choose. However, everyone has a particular style and taste and choose paint colours according to the colour that they like the most.
Colour Described As Names
emerald, forest green, green, pine green, sage
Wall Paint Colour Ideas
1. Deep Green
Deep Green : Try “Mid Azure Green” from Little Green Paint & Paper – The depth of this shade made it an expensive colour to produce, even in the 20th century. A splendid deep teal.
2. Glasshouse Paint – Dark Green
Dark Green : Try “Glasshouse Paint” from Graham & Brown – Another twist on the colour trend sweeping the industry – Glasshouse is a luxurious green which will add endless depth when included in any colour palette. The blue undertones help give this hue a subtle freshness, going hand in hand with the “outside in” design trend which places emphasis on breathing life into your home and blurring the line between interior and exterior design as we become more eco conscious.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/glasshouse-paint/CT-080-097-master.html
3. Slide Paint from Graham and Brown
Slide is a perfect combination of green hues, deepened with grey tones to create a perfect blend. An intriguing shade, Slide can be made contemporary or used to create a more classical style when paired with muted, dusky neutrals.
Link : https://www.grahambrown.com/uk/slide-paint/CT-060-068-master.html