There are plenty of reasons why a green couch living room is the best thing you didn’t know you needed.
First, green is an extremely multidimensional color that basically fits all the major decor styles. Second, a green couch gives your living room a cozy feeling and a calming sense of security that’s hard to find elsewhere.
If that sounds good to you, don’t miss out on this article, as I’ll show you more than 32 spectacular ideas to create a living room revolving around your green couch.
Worth-Trying Dark Green Couch Living Room Ideas
Dark green is the ultimate color to create a calming and cozy atmosphere. At the same time, a couch in deep green shades is also a great choice for a statement piece of furniture.
1. A Modern Look With An Emerald Green Couch
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To be fair, this room is already quite well-decorated with tasteful wall arts and elegant furniture. That said, the emerald green sofa accent provides a pop of color that takes it to another level.
2. Vintage Bohemian Style
Green is considered one of the core colors in bohemian style; thus the reason this hunter green velvet sofa feels right at home in a chic living room. Combine the sofa with other earth-toned furnishings, and you’ve got yourself a vintage boho living room.
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3. Express Yourself With An Eclectic Living Room
The best thing about having a lovely eclectic-style living room is that there’s practically no limit in what you can and cannot put in it, making it a spectacular way to show off your personality.
Take this room, for example, one look at it, and everyone knows that the owner is clearly a fan of the green color and daring patterns!
4. Gleaming Yet Soothing
Yellow and green are analogous colors, which means pairing them together often yields brilliant results. Here, the jade green couch is accompanied by beaming yellow accents and a shiny glass coffee table to create a calming yet dazzling appearance.
5. Nature Light To Level Up A Scandinavian Living Room
Thanks to the large floor-to-ceiling windows, this Scandinavian living room is filled with natural lights that shine through every nook and cranny. As a result, every piece of furniture, including the emerald green couch, appears much more buoyant and lively.
6. Your Own Cozy Home Bar
There’s just something so cool about having a bar in your own living room.
It doesn’t have to be anything too fancy, just a small corner to enjoy a drink and have fun with your loved ones is more than enough. And in that regard, this cozy home bar featuring a green velvet couch and dark blue (nearly black) cabinetry really hit the nail on the head.
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7. Chic And Bold
While green can give off a very chill and relaxing vibe, it’s also an excellent color for a statement piece. That’s why a green sofa fits flawlessly in this green-painted room, where every furnishing is chic and bold.
8. Green And Blue Will Always Do
“Blue and green should never be seen”, am I right? Wrong. If you still think that these two colors don’t go well together because of this outdated saying, let this beautiful green couch and blue single sofas combination change your mind.
9. Spice Up Modern Farmhouse Style With A Touch Of Olive Green
Although people often associate farmhouse decor style with neutral-toned furniture, an olive green couch would make for a perfect focal point in a modern rustic space. While you’re at it, don’t forget to throw in a charming mirror to brighten up your living room.
With a bold piece like a green couch, you might find your space a tad more “vibrant” than other farmhouse-style rooms, but isn’t that the beauty of home decorating? I mean, what’s fun about a house that looks the same as everyone else’s?
10. Minimalist Gray And Green Living Room
If you dig the minimalistic aesthetics but don’t want to play it too safe with the color palette, then a dark green set of couches is exactly what you need. The cool tone of your couch will go exceptionally well with a dark gray wall and create a simple yet polished look.
11. On A Budget? IKEA Is The Way To Go
Touching up your living room with IKEA products is a totally viable option when you don’t want to splurge on home furniture. The company offers many incredible pieces, such as this vissle dark green sofa, at a fairly affordable price.
12. Palm Leaves Accent Wall
To match the eye-catching color of the palm leaves accent wall, a dark green couch, along with other botanical decorations, is added to the picture. Together, they form a mini palm tree haven that can make all your worries disappear.
Recreate this look with blue tropical leaves wallpapers and a green velvet sofa.
13. Mint Wall With Sacramento Green And Beige Couches
Mint is among the most well-loved shades of green, thanks to the fresh and energetic feeling it brings to the room. When your living room has a beige couch and you think it would look too “by-the-book” if paired with white, feel free to give mint a try!
There are many ways to utilize this soft and refreshing color. In this living room, mint’s liveliness is accentuated by a combination of saturated mint paint and matching furniture, such as the Sacramento green couch.
14. Mid-Century Forest Green Sofa
This dark green sofa strikes a great balance between style and comfort, thanks to its dense foam cushion and mid-century modern design. The couch frame, which is made of high-quality solid wood, will last for years to come.
A Light And Bright Green Couch Gives You Peace Of Mind
If a dark green isn’t your cup of tea, you can opt for a lighter shade of green. Depending on the saturation, these colors can bring a relaxing ambiance to the room or make it appear more lively.
15. Calming Light Green Couch For A Rustic Living Room
As mentioned above, green couches are cut out for rustic decor styles. This time, instead of using deep green, a lighter green couch is chosen to pair with a distressed coffee table for a more laid-back feel.
16. Shades Of Green Unite
To maximize the comforting effect of green, try using different shades of this color in one room. For example, you can combine a sage green sofa with one that has a darker shade and wraps it all up with a deep green painted wall.
17. Timeless Chesterfield Sofa In Teal
This beautiful 3-seater couch embraces the classic design of a chesterfield sofa with distinct rolled arms and comfortable deep sprung. It comes in a gorgeous teal color that’s both luxurious and soothing.
18. Relax After A Long Day With Sage Green And Grey
Sage green and grey are the ultimate color palette for your relaxing retreat. When combined, these two colors create a hard-to-beat soothing ambiance, which is exactly what you need after a long and tiring day.
19. Velvet Couch In Sage Green
Here is another excellent example of how to design a living room around a sage green couch.
Apart from grey, you can also opt for white paint and furniture if you want to brighten up the room a bit. Since sage green is a relatively light shade of green, there’s always room for one (or more) chic piece, such as this vivid red carpet.
20. Express Your Love For Nature
When people think of green, the first thing that crosses their mind is, you guessed it, trees.
Well, how about taking what the color green is most commonly associated with – plants and incorporating them into your living room. Don’t forget to throw in a green couch to match the theme!
21. Green Leather Sofa In Earthy Living Room
Being the color of nature, a green couch is naturally (see what I did there?) cut out for a living room full of earthy tones. If you want to go all out with the homely, earthy aesthetics, a wooden wall won’t fail you.
22. Plant Enthusiast
This room perfectly captures the peaceful atmosphere of an anthurium garden with several pots of anthurium crystallinum and a beautiful faded green couch. There’s also a rug that screams “plant lovers” and a wooden coffee table to round off the “botanical” theme.
23. Grandmillennial Wall Gallery And Mint Green Couch
A mix of grandmillennial furniture and wall gallery create an excellent setting for the mint green couch to shine. In addition, a bamboo coffee table also fits excellently with the whole vintage vibe of this room.
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24. Lime Green Couch With Gray And Green Striped Wall
Lime green couch over gray and green wallpaper hits different as this color combination creates an incredibly pleasant and cozy atmosphere. Sometimes, calming and relaxing is better than being bold and tacky.
25. Is This Really Green?
This mint-green (borderline gray) couch comes in handy when you want to turn your living room into a relaxing retreat. Though gray and white are the colors of choice here, you can also pair mint green with other dreamy colors like cream and pink.
26. Pear Green Couch And Eccentric Coffee Table
The highlights of this modern living room are clearly the somewhat tacky pear green couch and eccentric-looking coffee table. At the same time, the double-height windows open up the room, making it appear more spacious.
27. Green And Orange Make For An Colorful Room
While it’s safer to utilize the relaxing, soothing side of the green, it’s always more exciting to put the energetic and lively aspects of this color to use. Here, the owner tastefully pairs a green couch with an orange sofa to create a colorful and vibrant living room.
28. Not So Small Anymore
One of the best things about green is that this color can easily brighten up your room, thus making it look bigger. In a rather small space like this, a green-covered wall and couch are the optimal choices.
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29. Green All-Around
Can’t get enough green? Well, how about bathing your living room in luscious green. As you can see, almost all the core furniture pieces (even the coffee table) in this room come in full-green, with the exception of a wooden cabinet.
30. Elegant Green Living Room
To show off the invaluable art collection of the owners, lighter shades of green are used in this living room. Here, the sage green couch plays a supportive role while the incredible artworks take the main stage.
31. Green Accent Sofa
A great tip for integrating loud colors, such as bright green, into your house decor is to use them sparingly.
You don’t want your guests to feel overwhelmed by the abundance of bold shades (well, unless that’s your goal). Most of the time, a green accent sofa like you see here is more than enough.
32. Bold Green Velvet Chesterfield Sofa
This bold green chesterfield sofa will look extra chic when placed in a contemporary-style living room. Comfort and style, what else could someone ask for?
33. A Living Room With A Beautiful Garden View
When you have an impressive garden like this, it would be a shame not to show it off through an open view living room. With the addition of a green couch, you’ll feel as if there’s no boundary between your room and the refreshing garden outside.
Now It’s The Time To Go Green
There’s no better time to set foot in the wonderful world of green couches (if you haven’t done so already) than right now. Whether you’re finding a way to make your room pop or trying to create a relaxing haven, green can do it all!
I hope you’ve found plenty of inspiring ideas for your next living room makeover. Share your brilliant ideas with me in the comment, and don’t forget to like/share this post!