Editors' Picks: Our Favorite Green Kitchens
Find inspiration for your own colorful cookspace in these verdant spaces
Green is a wonderful color for kitchens—vibrant yet cool, denoting healthiness and calm at the same time. And it's easy to find inspiration for the right shade; just look around. It could come from a celery stalk, a jadeite plate, a lime, an asparagus spear, a bunch of sage, a slice of cucumber, or even the skin of a Granny Smith apple. But first, take a look at our gallery to see how the projects of others, similarly inspired, came out.
Shown: Modern, pared down cabinets in equally modern hues of fresh lime and soft spruce. See more details on this vintage kitchen.
Several shades of green on cabinetry, backsplash, and light fixtures keeps the mood serene, while the beadboard-clad island and lower cabinets sport a harmonious butter hue.
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Leaf green wainscoting paired with Arts and Crafts-style wallpaper rings true to this early 20th century-style kitchen.
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Take inspiration from a tree: Start with a backsplash in wood tones and top it with leaf-hued paint. Here, warm yellow green defines the vaulted ceiling above multi-hued tiles.
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Painting the island green instead of white like the rest of the kitchen gives it the vibe of vintage cabinetry. A wood countertop is a natural choice.
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