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Best Green Paint Colors for Every Home

Drenching your walls in green is like bringing a little bit of nature inside your home. Green paint can instantly introduce serenity, drama or energy into a space, depending on the shade you select. Green also pairs beautifully with various colors, especially jewel tones, blues and neutrals ranging from cream to black. Read on for a curated list of the best green paint colors to accommodate every shade of green.

Benjamin Moore Saybrook Sage
A color in Benjamin Moore’s Historic Collection, Saybrook Sage is a refined, elegant pale green that seamlessly integrates into both traditional or contemporary spaces. It’s a timeless color with warm undertones that are visually calming and perfect for open floor plans.

Where to use it: Saybrook Sage creates a serene vibe throughout the main level of an open concept home.

Benjamin Moore Sage Tint
A beautiful light shade of green, Benjamin Moore Sage Ting is a classic, elegant color. Its timeless versatility makes it a perfect shade for nearly any space in the home. 

Where to use it: Sage Tint can be a beautiful color throughout the house, ranging from the foyer to a bedroom.

Benjamin Moore Flora
A rich, mid-tone green, Benjamin Moore Flora has an earthy feel that is warm and welcoming. Its organic quality perfectly complements both traditional and contemporary spaces.

Where to use it: Flora creates a calming effect in a bedroom.

Farrow & Ball Trerom
This dark grey-green hue has a traditional feel but also complements elements of contemporary spaces. Farrow & Ball Trerom works well in spaces adorned with antique wood and bricks, and minimal metals and light wood tones.

Where to use it: Trerom brings sophistication to a dining room.

Sherwin Williams Pewter Green
This cool sage green has blue and gray undertones and can be interpreted as neutral. Sherwin Williams Pewter Green pairs well with creamy whites and taupes. It also pairs beautifully with golds, pale blues or steel blue. 

Where to use it: Pewter Green looks gorgeous on kitchen cabinets.

Farrow & Ball Green Smoke
A dark and smoky green, Farrow & Ball Green Smoke is a green-blue that evokes calm and serenity into your interiors. It pairs well with off-white and creams.

Where to use it: Green Smoke is perfect for a timeless living room.

Benjamin Moore Vintage Vogue
This rich, bold dark green makes a statement in any room. Benjamin Moore Vintage Vogue is a masculine shade yet has a calming effect. Its warm undertones pair beautifully with varying wood tones and warm brass. In addition, it pairs well with warm grays, creamy white and for high-contrast, a soft blue.

Where to use it: Vintage Vogue is an excellent choice for a study or library or a naturally dark space, such as a basement.