Kitchens To Make You Green With Envy
(Via Loop Design, Photography by Atelier Wong)
Green is everywhere today! St. Patrick's Day is a greater reminder than there's always a place for the color green in our homes. The kitchen is a great place to start. You can go bold and bright, like in the image above, or keep it subtle. Choosing green adds character and a fresh vibe to an otherwise neutral space.
Above, Loop Design shows us how to be playful with avocado green walls and turquoise cabinets, tastefully separated by Caesarstone's Concrete countertops. We're feeling the positive energy in this kitchen!
Crack open that bottle of wine on these beautiful Misty Carrera countertops! This is a perfect example of how to subtly incorporate green into your kitchen. The dark wood elements paired with white cabinetry and an earthy green wall makes this kitchen feel organic and just lovely.
Contemporary design is flexible enough to incorporate bright accent pieces. Above, Haefele Design chose modern stools with lime green seats to elevate the entertaining space while still keeping it casual. The perfect design for a St. Paddy's day celebration!
This kitchen by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design is truly unique. From the minty cabinets and the funky chandelier to the Concetto Puro countertops, it's safe to say you won't find another kitchen like it!
See More of Garrison Hullinger's incredible design in our Designer Spotlight.
(Via Total Concepts)
This room by Total Concepts could make any homeowner green with envy. From the wrought iron chandelier and vaulted ceilings to those disappearing porch doors, there's nothing not to love about this spacious design. Caesarstone countertops make a special appearance on the kitchen island while that green tile backsplash adds the "wow" factor.
Green, green everywhere! Not only is there green on the walls and the sliding wood door, the designer also went bold with the countertops, choosing Caesarstone's discontinued Apple Martini quartz for a huge pop of color for an amazing contrast with the lime colored walls. We also love the mix and match color cabinets and how surprisingly well this space comes together!
Apple Martini makes another appearance in this contemporary kitchen by Project 7ten. The elevated breakfast bar paired with modish bar stools keeps the green from overwhelming the space.
How will you incorporate green into your kitchen?