Safavieh Persian Legend PL819B Light Green and Rust
Safavieh Nantucket NAN316A Green and Multi
Safavieh Heritage HG811A Green and Gold
Safavieh Braided BRD315A Green
Safavieh Lyndhurst LNH326B Sage
Safavieh Anatolia AN516A Sage and Ivory
Safavieh Antiquity AT313A Green and Gold
Safavieh Golden Jaipur GJ250A Green and Rust
Safavieh Persian Legend PL819G Moss and Beige
Safavieh Antiquity AT52A Sage and Gold
Safavieh Safavieh Kids SFK751A Green and Multi
Safavieh Chelsea HK78D Sage and Ivory
Nourison Aloha ALH05 Green
Safavieh Heritage HG954A Green and Taupe
Safavieh Heritage HG959A Light Green and Beige
Safavieh Wyndham WYD376K Turquoise
Surya Athena ATH5058
Surya Forum FM7157
Safavieh Heritage HG628A Dark Green and Gold
Safavieh Lyndhurst LNH212C Sage and Ivory
Safavieh Courtyard CY2665-1E06 Olive and Natural
KAS Sonesta 2003 Seafoam Shells
Surya Athena ATH5001
Safavieh Shag SG951A Green and Multi
Safavieh Soho SOH720A Sage and Black
Safavieh Soho SOH724A Turquoise and Yellow
Nourison 2000 2003 Olive
KAS Cambridge 7304 Green/Taupe Kashan
Safavieh Lyndhurst LNH217A Green and Green
Safavieh Courtyard CY6918-244 Green and Beige
Safavieh Dip Dyed DDY534Q Green and Ivory Grey
Dalyn Toro TT100 Fern
Safavieh Bohemian BOH211D Green
Momeni Baja Green BAJ10
Safavieh Ikat IKT464B Olive and Gold
Safavieh Himalaya HIM610A Turquoise
Safavieh Soho SOH712G Green and Multi
Momeni Baja Sage BAJ-9
Safavieh Montauk MTK710B Green and Gold
Surya Caesar CAE1100
Safavieh Bergama BRG166B Light Green and Beige
Safavieh Chatham CHT935B Green
Safavieh Shag SG240B Lime
Safavieh Lyndhurst LNH329B Sage and Ivory
Safavieh Safavieh Kids SFK338A Green and Pink
Safavieh Heritage HG343A Green and Gold
Safavieh Soho SOH712G Green and Multi
Safavieh Natural Fiber NF442A Green
Safavieh Classic CL304D Toupe and Light Green
Green Area Rugs
From lime to sage and everything in between, there are so many things to love about green rugs. It’s said that green helps evoke a sense of calm and tranquility, and if you notice, the color is often used in spas and hospitals. You can bring that sense of peace to any floor just by using a green color. We feature a selection of green rugs that will please any verdant palate. You’ll find olive green, dark green, lime green, forest green, and even mint green. Green mixes well with many other colors and you’ll find a pink and green one that will perk up any neutral floor. And if you’re looking for green rugs of the eco-friendly variety, you’ll also find organic hemp and cotton rugs at wallet-friendly prices.
Green area rugs are a great way to set up just about any space. With a green color, you can create just about any kind of environment in your home, depending on what you are looking to accomplish. Green comes in such a wide variety of different shades and materials, with so many unique patterns, that your possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Choose the right shade of spring green to create a space that is bright, vivid, and full of life, or midnight green to put together a room that is more muted, subdued, and peaceful. Whether you want to recreate the forest green of the wilderness or the bright green of beach-side shops and umbrellas, you have a ton of options to choose from when working with green area rugs.
Green Rugs in the Living Room
Stick to more traditional mint green or spring bud rugs in the living room to bring the feeling of an oriental style directly into your home. With an emerald oriental or other type of traditional styles, you will be able to create an elegant space with muted colors that provides a sense of peace and calm to you, your family, and all of your guests. Work with other neutral tones like taupe to help your sage rug stand out even more against your furniture and other home décor. A traditional living room deserves the right kind of decorations to make it really work. Select a large square wool area rug with an olive floral or geometric design to keep to the theme perfectly. On the other hand, you might choose a different main color and work with one that has a noticeable army green print instead to bring some extra color into your room and make green your accent color.
Green Area Rug Colors in the Kitchen
If you love country style kitchens, then green is for you! Fern green or asparagus colors are available in many different styles, patterns, and materials that can help you create the country kitchen of your dreams. Choose a good shade of celadon green or bice to help you get started, and remember to stay away from the more vivid hues like android green or lime. Country rugs are all about soft, comfortable shades that remind you of days gone by, so stick to mint and myrtle if you want to bring up memories of the past. For the perfect green country style, choose something that is braided or made from natural fibers. Gray-asparagus looks great on natural rugs, since green is such a natural color to begin with. Pick one large braided honeydew green rug for the center of the room, or choose a handful of smaller round or oval jade ones to place around the kitchen. Whether you opt for comfort and convenience over style or vice-versa, a pear green or teal rug can help you start your country kitchen off on the right foot.
For the Dining Room
The dining room is a nice place for a formal area rug that can make your room look as elegant as you would like it to feel. Select a moss green color that incorporates other shades to create an intricate floral design if you would like to stick to a more traditional sense of décor in this space. Turquoise may also look nice in traditional rugs, depending on your design. With traditional styles, you can decorate with more old-fashioned wooden furniture to take your dining room to a whole new level of sophistication. An olive drab color with a border can make for a great centerpiece to your dining room. Choose one with a border in a complementary color like red or burgundy to make the green stand out beautifully, or go for a Persian green on pine green option instead. Gold and rifle green can also look nice together, but be careful not to choose a deep gold that might overpower a lighter green like seafoam. If you prefer, you might be able to use a solid tea green rug in the dining room and let your furniture and décor make a style statement for you, as well.
Green Colors n the Bedroom
For a more modern bedroom, pick deep shades of green that help make the space look dark and restful, and pair them with bed linens, curtains, and decorations around the room that can help balance the look with something a little brighter. Particularly if you have light wood or even white furniture in your bedroom, a darker one like Reseda green can make a world of difference for your style. Choose a green and white shag rug for a popular modern style that works well with just about any type of bedroom furniture, or go for something darker like pthalocyanine green if you prefer to make your room look warm and inviting. A sap green rug in an abstract print or one with large natural prints like leaves and flowers can make for a beautiful addition to any bedroom.
Green Rugs as Hallway Runners
If you want a bright way to greet your family, your guests, and yourself every time you walk throughout your home, do not hesitate to choose a bold viridian hallway runner to make your house really pop! Whether you are looking for something more modern or just something a bit on the whimsical and miscellaneous side, you can find the perfect rug to get the job done when you stick to a green color scheme. Choose acid green or British racing green for pops of incredible color, or go for citrine, chartreuse or Harlequin green to bring a hint of yellow into the mix. Verdigris animal styles can be a fun way to add a sense of lighthearted style to your hallway runners. Particularly if you’re looking for a beach theme in your halls or something more tropical, you can choose sea green fish or jungle green prints to keep the look going as much as you like. Caribbean amber and blue and make for a truly enticing tropical hallway, and electric green or lime green can be fun shades for solid, bright rugs.
There are so many different choices when working with green that you may be overwhelmed when it comes time to make your final decision! Remember that India green or Kelly green colors work well when paired with similar shades like blue or yellow, but Paris green and shamrock green rugs also complement red and brown colors nicely as well. Hunter green and white are popular options that give you a lot to work with in terms of matching and coordinating your room, and navy and blue-green or cyan rugs are popular choices when you want to keep a little more color flowing throughout your space. Whichever colors you choose, you can decorate your room easily around your new beautiful green rug.