Accent Wall Color For Mint Green
Also, one of the colors should only be used as an accent tone, here and there. View in gallery. If a neutral look is what you're going for, create a well-defined palette of colors. Mint green should be the main shade accompanied by neutral or earthy tones such as beige or light brown.
Mint and White: Mint and white is a crisp, clean combination. Try pairing mint walls with white furniture or vice versa. Also, white trim and molding against mint walls really pops and adds architectural interest. Mint and Black: For an edgy way to decorate with mint green, try pairing it with black. There are tons of ways to do it — a particularly sleek and luxurious way is to pair mint with black lacquer furniture or moldings.
Dark accent colors contrast beautifully with soft shades of green. Opt for dark chocolate-brown wood trim, mahogany furniture and wooden accessories to warm up the room and make it feel grounded.
To give mint green walls a more contemporary look, use black as an accent color. Black contrasts with the soft, cool tones of the mint and provides a sleek edge to the room's decor. In a bedroom or living room, black furniture can set off mint walls, while black tile adds drama to the soft green walls in a bathroom.
We are thinking about painting 3 walls a creamy off-white color and would like an accent wall. Our carpet is beige and we have mint green bedding with chocolate brown accents. Our furniture is a medium oak color. What colors would you recommend for the accent wall? I was thinking a light blue shade, but I do not have much experience decorating.
I am desperately searching for that perfect "beige or gray neutral with a slightly green undertone" that you mentioned in your accent wall article "Don't Make This Mistake". I especially admired the color you used on the dining room wall with the collection of white and bone colored plates.