7 Gorgeous Green Kitchens to Change Your Luck All Year Long
With everything going on in the world right now, couldn’t we all use a little luck? It didn’t quite feel like St. Patrick’s Day without parades or corned beef and cabbage, and pinching isn’t compatible with social distancing.
But we can still celebrate the season’s signature color: Green with these gorgeous green kitchens. Green is one of those colors that connect us to nature and new growth. And as a blend of blue and green, it imparts both the steadfast calm of blue and the cheerful energy of yellow.
Green has been on fire for kitchens for the past few years, yet this grounded shade is anything but trendy. So pour yourself a Guinness and enjoy a virtual escape to these gorgeous green kitchens ranging from the barest hint of green to full stop forest green.
Athena Calderone, the author of the stunning new book Live Beautiful, chose this airy grey-green for the kitchen at her home on Long Island. The Shaker-style kitchen is swathed in Ash Grey, part of the Colour by Nature range from Farrow & Ball. The fresh color is perfect with the wicker and wood accents.
Designer Rebecca Wakefield of Studio Fortnum sets a mellow mood in her sleek and minimal kitchen. The texture comes from this aged-avocado shade of green that Farrow & Ball calls Treron. It’s even more stunning with the rich brass.
Shea McGee scores with her home kitchen, a livable and inviting space that’s painted Benjamin Moore’s Caldwell Green HC-124. Depending on the light, this serene beauty shifts from grey to green.
Architectural designer Utkan Gunerkan created this concept kitchen and it’s the stuff of dreams. The minty hue, arched cabinets, and copper accents make us wish someone decides to turn this kitchen into a reality.
Painting your kitchen green kitchen can seem like a wild choice, even for an interior designer. Charlotte Reiss of Vivi et Margot thought about painting her cozy home kitchen dark, but she was inspired when she saw Greensmoke she knew she’d love this appealing blue-green hue.
Green With Envy
There’s something super fresh about this exuberant green kitchen that Faith Blakeney created for a California ranch home. Paired with this geometric Diamond Chevron tile from Popham Design, and the wood touches, it’s an enviable space.
We’ve featured this beauty by Jaclyn Peters before, but it’s just so delicious it deserves another turn. Benjamin Moore’s Jack Pine 692 (aka Silver Pine AC-21) paired with glossy white counters, black hardware, and that vintage pink rug makes for a clean kitchen with loads of personality.
Check out More Inspiration and Colorful Kitchens:
Our Favorite Kitchen Colors eBook
Colors of the Year and How to Infuse Them into Your Kitchen Design