Last year we predicted the design revamp of the color green in this post, New Colors of 2017: Green in the Kitchen. Once considered formal and dated, we hoped we see more of it used as a modern, sophisticated edge in homes. This year, we’ve seen beautiful new kitchens that embrace the trend! From deep forest green to pretty blue-green, the rich paint color works as a bold accent in a fresh white space. If you are wanting a new vibe for your kitchen, green is a look to love.
A true rich green, Brooklyn by Behr, grounds this kitchen, while white uppers bring an airiness to the design. We shared this kitchen in another trend post, Two Toned Kitchens, because we love the way the green contrasts with both the white uppers and the dark wood island. Brass hardware and a bright vintage rug add to the colorful space.
In this white kitchen, the fresh green under the marble waterfall counters is an unexpected accent. It’s a fun way to try the trend without committing to the expense of painted cabinetry.
In this kitchen, the custom wood hood is also painted green to match the cabinetry. Rich brown leather barstools paired with the green add an earthiness to the design.
These cabinets are a beautiful green with hints of gray and blue. It’s a pretty coastal color, Benjamin Moore Templeton Gray.
Such a pretty color update, huh? Looks beautiful styled with the deep reds, oranges and browns of fall. Be sure to check back next week. We will continue our green trend update with another beautiful shade of green we are seeing. For reference, be sure to save the how to and paint guide from our original green kitchen post.
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