These green and white rugs can transform your room, adding a touch of verdant energy that’ll go perfectly with mossy or emerald accents.
Green and white is a striking color combination that brings excellent color and energy into a room. Though you may shy away from statement colors like green, see why experts love using it to play with décor and set the scene.
When you use green and white in a room, it’ll work best with like colors. Whites, various shades of green, a hint of black, a touch of yellow or blue, these colors can work very well with a green and white area rug.
The following ideas will give you an idea of how a professional might use a green and white rug in a home:
A blue green and white rug can look striking in a coastal setting, where the two colors remind you of the glistening ocean and its plant life. The white keeps the colors from being overbearing and brightens the space, as is traditional with coastal décor.
You might use a lime green and white striped rug in a children’s playroom, adding fun and energetic color to the room. The lime green will brighten the space and make your little ones smile, and the stripes will make it seem larger.
A light green and white outdoor rug can be beautiful on a deck or patio. It'll look good with lush plant life and on its own, depending on how green you want the space to feel. This same indoor/outdoor rug would look excellent in a kitchen or entryway.
A Closer Look At Green And White Rugs
Green combines well with white, cream, and tan colors. It also looks striking in minimalist and chic settings, adding a splash of effervescence.
In Feng Shui and color psychology, green is associated with:
If you want to add renewal, earthiness, or fresh energy into any space within your home, a green and white rug might be just what you’re looking for.
Is A Green And White Area Rug Right For Me?
A green and white area rug can clash with certain colors, but it’ll go well with others. Use a color picker tool to compare your existing colors with different greens to figure out what would work well.
Once you find a green that works in your room, it’s time to figure out what size you need. If the rug will fill a room, you’ll want to subtract 2 feet from the room’s width and height to find the maximum size. A rug that’s bigger than your maximum size will come too close to the walls, creating a cramped feel.
Choosing The Perfect Green And White Rug
Use the filters to narrow your results according to size and then begin comparing rugs that are the right color of green for your home. When you're ready to buy, pick your favorites from the rugs you selected, and don't forget a quality pad. Rug pads prevent sliding and make the floor softer to walk on.
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