Green Kitchens – 50 Shades of Green
The colour green first and foremost means life, nature and harmony. Green is a refreshing colour that represents growth, safety and fertility. It’s no wonder people are choosing green as a colour to paint their kitchens. Did we mention that green paint names are AWESOME?!
Here are 5 green colours you need to consider for your kitchen’s next facelift!
This colour lends itself to a modern and traditional style kitchen. When paired with white and stainless steel, forest green will turn any kitchen from drab and outdated to fab and on-trend!
Did you know that Verde means ‘green’ in Spanish? Cape Verde mixes a forest green with a deep teal making for a surprisingly fresh colour for kitchen cabinets. Light timber furniture and gold taps or appliances are the perfect pals for this colour.
A fresh, modern and trendy green. Green Verditer is totally timeless too. Compliment the green with white or pops of yellow or salmon pink.
This pale tint of green was a popular choice in the 1990s and is slowly making its way back into the trends. The soothing colour tends to remind me of dusty love heart candies or the ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘Nose Dive‘. Mint green is one of the few colours that works incredibly well against loud patterns. Take the below, for example, a black and mint green kitchen with a chessboard floor – modern, fresh with an artsy, vintage feel!
We’re big fans of Sage Green! It got a shout out in our last post – 4 on-trend paint colours right now. Sage green is another calming colour great for a feng shui kitchen.
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