Are you thinking of using the color green in your next web design project? Green is a wonderful color to use; it’s versatile and has positive undertones associated with it.

For ideas and inspiration, here are some examples of websites that use green as its main color.

A screenshot of a green website named This is NowThis is Now

A screenshot of a green website named ProspekProspek

A screenshot of a green website named PhoenixPhoenix

A screenshot of a green website named FROONTFROONT

A screenshot of a green website named Octave & OctaveOctave & Octave

A screenshot of a green website named Campus BubbleCampus Bubble

A screenshot of a green website named MailerLoopMailerLoop

A screenshot of a green website named Toasted DigitalToasted Digital

A screenshot of a green website named Break It DownBreak It Down

A screenshot of a green website named Brand VillageBrand Village

A screenshot of a green website named Stash IconsStash Icons

A screenshot of a green website named Benvigut Bisgràfic BarcelonaBenvigut Bisgràfic Barcelona

A screenshot of a green website named PageLanesPageLanes

A screenshot of a green website named Float PasadenaFloat Pasadena

A screenshot of a green website named JellyJelly

A screenshot of a green website named Square CashSquare Cash

A screenshot of a green website named BabbitBabbit

A screenshot of a green website named InvolvioInvolvio

A screenshot of a green website named dmvA ArchitectendmvA Architecten

A screenshot of a green website named Connect ManiaConnect Mania

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Jacob Gube is the co-founder of Design Instruct. Join him on Twitter @sixrevisions