Green kitchens that make you jealous
Having a green kitchen may sound a bit crazy or remind you of your grandmother’s on weekends. Either or may be true, but green kitchens are in vogue and we’re all over it. So much so that we’ve put together a list of green cuisines that will surely envy every part of this trend.
Green Breakfast Nook
So you can achieve the look of a green kitchen, without having a green kitchen – paint your breakfast corner in a green tone and tie the look together with green pieces in the kitchen together. Consider adding a green carpet to further enhance your new kitchen decoration.
Nothing brings a kitchen back to life, just as if you were putting a new coat on your cupboards. Choose a lighter shade for smaller kitchens that need a whitening effect. Or use a darker shade for a more elegant, edgy touch. Combine with white accents throughout the room to bring the space to life.
Attach the wallpaper
The wallpaper is not what it used to be, it used to be “old fashion”, now it’s fresh and fun. The key is to work with a patterned wallpaper that gets through so boldly yet subtly with the “right” amount of green. Use a green shade with a blue undertone.
Who does not love the idea of gingham? We are absolute fans of this pattern because it can be so brave. Use it as part of your ceiling design to bring extremely high ceilings to a level that suits your needs. Combine your gingham pattern with other shades of green throughout the room to connect your decor.
Several shades of green
Sometimes two greens are better than one. Choose two shades that contrast and blend into different areas of the kitchen. This brings a sublime look while still having that freshness that will work exceptionally well with other shades in the room.
Beach house green
Beach House decor has become a top contender, as it brings the summer directly into your everyday life. Use a turquoise hue and use it as part of your accent wall to add a different dimension to the kitchen while being simple.
Accept the shine
Why do you have a whole dull room if you can have a touch of shine. Add a shiny green to your kitchen cabinets to create a contrast that brightens the room and is contemporary. The gloss effect is fun and different, but still easy to work with.
Arsenic Charming Green
This particular shade is unique because it has green nuances, but is so subtle that it can blend in with many other shades. The hue has a “funky” undertone that brings it to a new dimension. Depending on how you choose to decorate it, the color may sometimes appear blue or even gray.
Light green is ideal for a kitchen island or as part of your kitchen wallpaper. The color is a soft color that makes sense in any environment in which it is placed. That is why it is a top favorite for many homeowners who want to have this green feel without going for a stronger shade.
Bring the green hue into your kitchen without removing or changing your decor, simply add accent chairs or stools to the end of your kitchen island in rich green. You may even want to consider displaying your desired green hue as part of your breakfast nook.
Do you enjoy a shade of blue more than a living green? If so, an aqua-green shade is perfect for you. This hue itself makes the room appear larger and at the same time offers the classic green undertone that you desire for a kitchen that everyone will envy.
Your green kitchen awaits you! Which one inspired you to integrate green in your room? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.