Green is definitely having a moment right now. From hunter to olive, green is gaining popularity in every room in the house—but we can't get enough of it in the kitchen. A color that embodies renewal, rejuvenation, and energy, green is more than a passing trend. While it lends a modern feel to the kitchen, it can also feel equally traditional and classic.
If you're tired of the white kitchen trend, here are 18 kitchen ideas to inspire you to go green.
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Green and Black Mable
This stunning kitchen design from cecy_j_interiors features a mixed-material design with classic black marble, deep wood and muted grey-green cabinetry that all play tremendously well together.
This shade of green a bit understated and is a great choice if you want to create a more traditional green kitchen look that won't feel dated in a few years.
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Pair With Bold Backsplash
In some ways, green is one of those "go big or go home" colors. Even in the most subtle shade, green simply stands out (in a great way) so why not take the look to the next level with a bold geometric backsplash tile, like this one from meridiandesignconstruction?
Want something a little more toned down? A green backsplash is also a great way to get that green kitchen look without painting your cabinets.
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Keep It OpenContinue to 5 of 18 below.
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Green and Black Cabinets
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We cannot get enough of this cheery kitchen from fromgrittopearl. Not only does it feature a happy emerald shade of green on the cabinets, but the black-and-white wallpaper provides a wonderful contrast and acts as a focal point in the kitchen.
By keeping the countertops and backsplash simple and neutral, the rest of the kitchen can really shine.
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Olive Green Cabinets
These earthy olive green cabinets from jeanstofferdesign offer a sophisticated look and feel with a modern twist. We love how well this rich color works with the burnt orange vintage rug and the natural wood island.
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Layer Shades of Green
When done correctly, you can easily experiment with different tints of green throughout your kitchen. This space from devolkitchens features darker green cabinets paired with a grassier shade of green on the walls. When mixing shades of green, opt for greens with similar undertones so they don't clash.Continue to 9 of 18 below.
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While we tend to think of green as a trendy, modern hue, this kitchen from ashleybeseda_ proves it can work in nearly any kitchen. This kitchen is a bit more rustic and vintage-inspired than some of the others on our list, but the muted green cabinets give it that perfect pop of color against the otherwise neutral space.
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Mix Green and Wood Tones
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Paint Existing Cabinets
Going green doesn't have to mean a whole kitchen renovation. This space from hannanakano utilized existing cabinets and a can of bold green paint to transform the space. Work with the undertones in your backsplash and countertops to find a green hue that plays well with your existing kitchen.
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Opt for Glass Cabinetry
Worried that green will overwhelm your kitchen, but not into the open shelving look? This space from lightanddwell features glass doors on the upper cabinets that keep the kitchen feeling open and airy while still giving it that pop of green color.
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Dramatic Green Kitchen
The green in this kitchen from lesinge_julien_el_julian is rich and moody, and perfect for anyone who wants to make a statement with their kitchen decor. The use of brass accents throughout the space gives it a high-end look that feels both modern and traditional.
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This pistachio green kitchen from inredningstil is definitely eye-catching. While the green is a somewhat muted shade, the geometric texture on the cabinets lends even more visual interest to the space.
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Green and Light Wood
Unfinished wood gives off a minimalist look and feel, but pair it with a bit of color (like in this kitchen from brightcassandra) and it feels modern and edgy. A wood this light plays well with nearly any shade of green, but we like it best when paired with darker shades for added contrast.Continue to 17 of 18 below.
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The pastel green in this kitchen from knelsonarchitects is subtle enough that in certain lights it could even look white, but look closely and you'll see the slight hints of green come through. We love this idea for anyone who wants to add a bit of color to their kitchen but doesn't want to over saturate the room with pigment.
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Fake the Look
If a green kitchen appeals to you, but you're not ready to paint all of your cabinets just yet, this space from fadedcharm_livin is a perfect inspiration. This green pantry is perfect for adding a pop of color to any kitchen without committing to a full renovation.
While green may be having a moment right now in home decor, it's more versatile than you might expect. The color plays well in kitchens in a wide range of styles, whether you're aiming for a modern look or something more classic.