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Green Paint Colours

If you’re looking to bring life to your space, there’s one colour that always flourishes. Green paint is a lush and uplifting choice for every room of the house. And, with our palette of verdant shades from rich forest green to delicate sage, being green is easier than ever. 

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Choosing Your Green Paint Colour

Without doubt, green promotes a sense of well-being and reflects the balanced feeling of nature, which is perhaps why we have welcomed green into our homes with unsurpassed relish recently. Green rooms retain an essence of life unmatched by any other colour and make us feel secure.

Traditional Greens

Fabulously uncomplicated Beverly and the deep forest green of soothing Studio Green both look greener in bright daylight and more conservative in lower light. Although chosen for contemporary homes, along with rich Calke Green and weathered Green Smoke, they have a traditional flavour that evokes a feeling of calm and serenity. 

Comfortable Greens

If you have a taste for the comfortable style of the English country house, then look no further than Lichen and Vert de Terre, which create flexible and restful rooms that are the perfect backdrop to shabby chic furniture and well-loved fabrics.

Relaxed Greens

Equally tranquil and muted, the combination of French Gray with lighter Eddy and darker Treron are really much more green than grey, but characterfully flit between the two, depending on the light and time of day. This new family, all of which can be layered in one space, could not be more relaxed and is perfect for rooms that you would like to connect to the garden.

Sophisticated Greens

For a more sophisticated look, Ball Green, an old distemper colour, has a magical quality, appearing almost silver in candlelight, which makes it perfect for dining rooms, as is the darker but equally smoky Card Room Green. 

Vital greens like Yeabridge Green are lush and uplifting. Together with cheerful Breakfast Room Green and Whirlybird, it is associated with health and good luck, which creates a happy family atmosphere. Rooms painted in these colours can’t fail to bring cheer, and none more so than stimulating but dangerous- sounding Arsenic! 

Green Paint Schemes

Find inspiration for your project and view beautiful images of green paint schemes in real homes.


Frequently Asked Questions 

What is the best green paint colour? 

From forest to sage, emerald to mint, there are a plethora of green shades, all with distinct personalities. So, it’s almost impossible to crown one the ‘best’. We recommend taking your time to explore our greens and seeing how they look in your space to find your favourite. 

What colour goes best with green paint? 

Green is one of those effortlessly versatile colours that seems to complement every other shade. For a serene look, consider pairing green with soft neutrals or for a bold statement, try a navy blue. Of course, pink and green are always firm favourites. Experiment with different combinations to create a look you love. 

What effect does green paint have on a room? 

Green paint can transform a room, but the specific effect will depend on the shade you choose. Lighter greens create a soothing sense of calm, perfect for bedrooms or reading nooks, while dark greens add a touch of drama and sophistication, making them ideal for spaces you use in the evening. 

Should I paint my whole room green? 

It’s entirely up to you! Painting an entire room in a soft, neutral green makes a room feel relaxed and harmonious by removing harsh contrasts between the walls and ceiling. Colour drenching a space with a deep, dark green may seem bold but it creates a calm, inviting feel ideal for bedrooms.  

How can I choose the right shade of green? 

To choose the perfect green for your project, start by considering the space you’re painting, for example the lighting and furniture. Then consider how you want the space to feel and how you plan to use it. Finally, try a few different paint samples and see how they work in the room and how they react to changing light.  

How do I make sure I get the best finish with green paint?  

Achieving a flawless finish is the same for every colour, including green paint. It all comes down to preparation. Clean and prime your walls before painting and your finished look will last longer. We also recommend using quality tools — like Farrow & Ball brushes and rollers.