Using a gorgeous green couch/sofa can drastically improve the entire room’s appearance. It makes the space feel fresh in elegant ways. Thus, many homeowners choose this kind of sofa to be the centerpiece of their home.
However, despite all of the benefits that it brings, a green finished couch can bring a tricky challenge: decorating around it can be much harder than any other kind of couch.
To make these kinds of couches unleash all of their natural charm, you have to ensure that all of the different elements around it can blend perfectly, especially for any large one such as the walls behind or the area rug beneath it.
Using a rug alongside the sofa not only works to make the seating space look comfy and luxurious, but it can also help to highlight the sofa and make it look much more attractive. And based on our experience, with the correct settings, a “cheap” sofa can look expensive with the help of a perfect rug.
Without further ado, here are our favorite rugs that we often used to complement the gorgeous green couch :
1. White Rug
This is the most straightforward and easy option. Not only because white is a versatile color, but also because it is one of the easiest rugs to get. Moreover, using a white rug can highlight the green sofa beautifully to make it the star of your living room.
Most green couches had glamorous and luxurious looks, especially the ones with dark-toned green shades.
So it’s highly recommended that you choose any white rug with similar characteristics, such as the fur white rug that we used in the image above.
2. Blue Rug
In most cases, the green and blue elements can’t work together. But it’s quite different when it comes to couch and rug. As you can see from the image above, the blue rug blends nicely with the dark green sofa, creating a rich and colorful color scheme.
Those bold and vibrant shades can work really well to create an inviting and visually dominant space. And this can be a great way to make your living room stand out, especially in a multi-functional space.
3. Sage Rug
If you want to create a harmonious space, then using a rug with different green shades can be an interesting approach. As you can see in the image example above, we used a sage rug alongside the dark green couch.
Both are similar green shades, but in different tones, so although those elements look quite similar, there is still enough contrast to differentiate and distinguish both elements.
Another trick that you can use to make your seating area look monotonous is to use a sage rug that has another shade or accent in it – like the green and cream rug that we used in the above example.
4. Gray Rug
This is another easy and risk-free option. This neutral shade not only can go with a green couch but also can make the couch look much more elegant. And gray rug can be a great alternative if you think that white is too mainstream.
If you are planning to use a gray rug, we suggest you choose any patterned rug rather than a plain solid one. You can choose any pattern that will match your interior design style.
For example, in the image above, we used a rug with a contemporary geometric pattern that is in line with the living room’s overall theme.
5. Green and Gray Rug
Another color combination that can work quite well with a green couch is a green and gray rug.
While the green element on the rug will make it blend seamlessly with the sofa, the neutral gray element can bring a more simple and elegant touch.
Using this kind of green and gray rug can be a great way if you want to add more green elements throughout your interiors.
6. Rug with Gold Accents
This is a great choice if you have a dark emerald green couch or green velvet couch. With some gold texture, these kinds of rugs will further emphasize the glamorous looks of the couch, going together and creating an astonishing, luxurious living room.
While any color can work beautifully, for the best result, we highly recommend you to go with neutral, such as white and gold rug, cream and gold rug, or gold and beige rug.
7. Light Brown Rug
Most green shades are cool-toned, thus, if you want a more balanced ambient, then using a warmer tone such as brown for your rug can be a great option. Using a beautiful brown rug not only can help make your space look more comfy and warm, but also can make the entire seating area feel welcoming, especially if you are using a faux fur rug, shag area rug, or jute rug.
However, we like to avoid using two strong colors together, so, rather than go with a dark brown, we prefer a more light one.
The combinations of earthy light brown rug with a fresh couch can bring natural and eye-catching looks.
8. Light Blue Rug
Another blue shade that works effortlessly with green furniture. The light blue is a great complementary color to green – especially any dark shades of green, to let them stand out and become the main focal point of your spaces.
At the same time, the light blue rug adds another colorful hue to enrich and make your interior feel much more interesting.
9. Coral Rug
Coral is a unique color that blends pink with some orange undertones, resulting in a vibrant and warm shade that will easily boost the ambiance of your home.
And since it had soft and subtle looks, the coral rug can easily complement any color, including tricky ones like green. You can mix it up with dark green couch to make the couch stand out, or with light green couch to create a soft, aesthetic combination.
10. Green and Pink Rug
If you want to add some sweetness to your space, then a green and pink rug can be an interesting choice. The green color in the rug will keep it integrated nicely with the couch, while the bright pink will bring a touch of sweet nuances in a soft and soothing vibe.
But you have to be careful, don’t use a rug where the pink element is too dominant as it can make your room feel too feminine or girly.
Another way that you can use to make your living space not look like a nursery is by using a pink and green rug with a modern or contemporary style pattern.
11. Yellow Rug
As we already said before, green is a fresh and cool-toned shade, so pairing it with a warmer tone can be a perfect way to create a well-balanced space, and another warm tone that can blend beautifully with a green couch is yellow rug.
Using a yellow rug can also make your entire living space feel more fun and cheerful, but still looks elegant thanks to the glamorous green sofa. This combination can also bring a natural and fresh visual effect.
12. Dark Gray Rug
When it comes to high-traffic areas, most people may prefer black rug, but we highly recommend you to go with a bit lighter alternative: dark gray.
The dark gray rug may bring similar boldness and elegance as black, but it comes with calmer tones, preventing the rug from overpowering your entire seating area.
To make things better, you may choose any dark gray rug with some white texture or accents to make it look less intimidating.