Happy St. Patrick’s Day, friends!
I know I’ve been all about green lately, but since today is St. Patrick’s Day, that trend is continuing!
Green is my favorite color to decorate with, although I tend to paint walls neutral colors and add green in ways of curtains, throw pillows and rugs.
I do like green paint in a room or two though for a fun pop of color.
Today, I’ve rounded up green rooms from all over blogland. These are pretty shades of green in rooms from the dining room to the bathroom to the craft room. (Yes, a craft room. Oh my gosh, do I want a craft room!)
What better way to kick off St. Patrick’s Day than by looking through pretty green rooms? Then of course, you can get onto your other celebrations, whatever those may be!
On a side note, who else is obsessed with Fixer Upper? In Tuesday’s episode, they painted the living/dining room walls green. What perfect timing for St. Patrick’s Day – and this blog post!
The walls in our house are pretty much all tan (Camelback by Sherwin Williams), but we added some color in the bathrooms with green paint.
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And if you’re looking for gorgeous green paint inspiration for the rest of the rooms in the house, here it is:
Foyer by Casa Watkins (Paint color, appropriately named for today, is Irish from FolkArt Home Decor’s Chalk line.)
Laundry room by Live the Fancy Life (Paint color is Fleeting Green by Sherwin Williams.)
Craft room by 2 Bees in a Pod (Paint color is Sassy Green by Valspar.)
Girl’s bedroom by House by Hoff (Paint color was custom made.)
Bathroom by Rain on a Tin Roof (Paint color is Paradise of Greenery by Behr.)
While I wouldn’t paint the whole house green, I love seeing all the different rooms painted green in everyone’s houses!
Do you have a favorite green paint or green room? I’d love to see a pic!
Cheers and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
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