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13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives

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13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives

June 10, 2019

We’ve noticed green kitchens on the rise (see Trend Alert: 10 Favorite, Time-Tested Dark Green Kitchens), but for some reason, the color is rarely seen in the bathroom. Perhaps that may be because green, depending on the shade, isn’t the most flattering, but we think these green bathrooms may be worth the potential bad selfie.

Here, 13 favorites from our archives, from dark stone-green to light mint (and everything in between):

A master bath in an Italianate row house by Workstead, painted Farrow & Ball’s Studio Green. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Steal This Look: Moody Glamour in a Charleston Master Bath.
Above: A master bath in an Italianate row house by Workstead, painted Farrow & Ball’s Studio Green. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Steal This Look: Moody Glamour in a Charleston Master Bath.
The guest baths at Villa La Madonna are tiled in glossy forest green. See Bathroom of the Week: An Italian Bed and Bath at a Revamped Villa, Luxe Edition.
Above: The guest baths at Villa La Madonna are tiled in glossy forest green. See Bathroom of the Week: An Italian Bed and Bath at a Revamped Villa, Luxe Edition.
Two Vola polished brass faucets jut from a wall of handmade Moroccan tiles, in varying shades of green, from Emery et Cie. Photograph by Michelle Young, courtesy of Studio Ulanowski, from House Tour: A Flexible Pied-à-Terre in London for a Jewelry Designer and Her Family.
Above: Two Vola polished brass faucets jut from a wall of handmade Moroccan tiles, in varying shades of green, from Emery et Cie. Photograph by Michelle Young, courtesy of Studio Ulanowski, from House Tour: A Flexible Pied-à-Terre in London for a Jewelry Designer and Her Family.
A Brooklyn powder room papered in Cole & Son&#8
Above: A Brooklyn powder room papered in Cole & Son’s “Palm Jungle” wallpaper. Photograph by Brian Ferry for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz, from Before & After: A French-Inflected Townhouse Renovation in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
An institutional-chic bath in an Edwardian home. Photograph via The Shoot Factory, from Edgy and Moody in Chiswick.
Above: An institutional-chic bath in an Edwardian home. Photograph via The Shoot Factory, from Edgy and Moody in Chiswick.
Green is a leitmotif throughout The Rose hotel in England, including in this guest bath, which features a retro mint sink and matching toilet. Photograph by Seth Carnill, from Steal This Look: A Retro Bath on the English Seaside.
Above: Green is a leitmotif throughout The Rose hotel in England, including in this guest bath, which features a retro mint sink and matching toilet. Photograph by Seth Carnill, from Steal This Look: A Retro Bath on the English Seaside.
Inspired by Emery et Cie’s Moroccan tiles, architect Elizabeth Roberts sourced the powder room’s Zellij from Mosaic House in New York. Photograph by Dustin Askland, courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design, from Serial Remodelers Settle Down: A Brooklyn Townhouse Reinvention from Elizabeth Roberts.
Above: Inspired by Emery et Cie’s Moroccan tiles, architect Elizabeth Roberts sourced the powder room’s Zellij from Mosaic House in New York. Photograph by Dustin Askland, courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design, from Serial Remodelers Settle Down: A Brooklyn Townhouse Reinvention from Elizabeth Roberts.
A budget bath in Barcelona features an Ikea vanity and cheery green tiles. Photograph via Nook Architects, from Design Sleuth: Ikea Vanity Installed by Nook Architects.
Above: A budget bath in Barcelona features an Ikea vanity and cheery green tiles. Photograph via Nook Architects, from Design Sleuth: Ikea Vanity Installed by Nook Architects.
An impossibly happy green in the bath of a Bahamian cottage owned and decorated by Tom Scheerer. Photograph by Francesco Lagnese, courtesy of The Vendome Press, from Island Life: At Home with Tom Scheerer.
Above: An impossibly happy green in the bath of a Bahamian cottage owned and decorated by Tom Scheerer. Photograph by Francesco Lagnese, courtesy of The Vendome Press, from Island Life: At Home with Tom Scheerer.
A subtle green in a guest bath at London&#8
Above: A subtle green in a guest bath at London’s High Road House, courtesy of Farrow & Ball’s “Mizzle,” a soft green-gray paint that the company says, “resembles a west country evening mist.” See Steal This Look: The Baths at High Road House in London.
Green Heath Ceramics tile, handmade storage cabinets, and matte white fixtures comprise this chic and serene bath. Photograph by Neeve Woodward, from Bathroom of the Week: Two Bath Remodels with Bold Green Tile in Auckland.
Above: Green Heath Ceramics tile, handmade storage cabinets, and matte white fixtures comprise this chic and serene bath. Photograph by Neeve Woodward, from Bathroom of the Week: Two Bath Remodels with Bold Green Tile in Auckland.
Pale green terrazzo in a guest bath at The Siren Hotel in Detroit. Photograph via The Siren Hotel, from The Siren Hotel: A Detroit Landmark with a Musical Soul, Saved from Abandonment.
Above: Pale green terrazzo in a guest bath at The Siren Hotel in Detroit. Photograph via The Siren Hotel, from The Siren Hotel: A Detroit Landmark with a Musical Soul, Saved from Abandonment.
Architect John DeForest used green-tinged frosted glass, outsized white tiles, and a George Nelson wooden bench to create a spa-like space.
Above: Architect John DeForest used green-tinged frosted glass, outsized white tiles, and a George Nelson wooden bench to create a spa-like space.

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