Eating and food preparation are very important. The places where we took part in this assignment have gone a long way but there is still something very nurturing and uplifting about green kitchens that are inspired by nature. The green kitchen reminds us of the extraordinary outdoors, taking us on an earthy adventure even when we are indoors. This design shows 10 ways to achieve this look through kitchen cabinets and kitchen paint patterns, and we will recommend some cool hand-picked accessories at the end of this post too. Be it bright lemons, cold mint, olives or sage that you are looking for, this collection has something to suit all desires of green decoration.
1. Springtime nature walk
The theme of the kitchen is like the natural walks of Spring, where the sun’s brilliance flashes over the grass bejeweled by dew drops. White kitchen cabinets with green walls help the scheme look fresh and airy. Light wood grains add a fresh, outdoor feel.
2. Darker woodtone underlines
Darker wood tones underline this white and lime green kitchen. The very saturated color of lime is only used on small soffits and behind open kitchen shelves so that the hue doesn’t become too excessive.
3. Pendant lights
Keep the chandelier simple so it doesn’t make the scheme too complicated. This green blade and backsplash stick out on honey-colored wood. At the front of the central island, several dark green cabinets fit the extractor fan unit at the back.
4. Lime Green
The lime-green décor is suitable for a modern, glossy kitchen, where spotlights can play with high-color surfaces.
5. Black countertop
Darker notes give bright schemes more weight and depth, like the black countertop and breakfast bar that cuts across these light kitchen cabinets.
6. Bright new backsplash
You can easily add color splashes to your existing kitchen installation by adding a bright new backsplash. The chandelier in a matching place will be very helpful in uniting the attached dining room as well.
7. Paint your dining table
Paint your dining table to fit your decor. This open space saw mint green wall paint spill over into the hallway decoration too.
8. Mint Green Base
Destroy everything: The basic cabinet of the mint green team with the white cupboard unit. You can also add a little warmth to the pale green and white kitchen with the introduction of a slick copper edge.
9. Colourful kitchen
You don’t have to leave walls colour-free around a colourful kitchen. Be brave and go with a darker hue around a light green kitchen.
10. Lime green kitchen decorations
Lime green kitchen decorations can come in the form of zany wallpapers and typographic wall art.