How To Use Green Accents In The Kitchen

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There are some obvious color choices when it comes to the kitchen. Black, white and grey can be safe yet beautiful choices. These three neutral colors allow for other bolder colors to be layered on. Another big kitchen color trend is blue. Deep blue and light blue have both been highlighted in the kitchen space. One color that is slowly making an entrance into the kitchen is green. There are subtle ways to introduce green to your kitchen. Here’s a few options for you!

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  1. Let’s start with the easiest way to infuse green in your kitchen. Plants! That’s right, folks. As easy as that, you can add deep tones of green to your kitchen space. Display greenery on your island, on your shelves and near your kitchen sink. You’ll love the look!

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  1. Accent walls are still a good idea for adding color. Try painting a wall in your kitchen a deep green. It’s another simple idea that is also budget friendly.

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  1. If you have a kitchen island, play around with it by painting it green. Deep greens look  classic and warm, while lighter greens are modern and fresh. Right now, I am all about the deep, moody green!

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  1. If you really want to go bold, paint your cabinets green. I love the look of the upper cabinets painted one color and the lower cabinets painted another color. It can break things up and look really fun and fresh.

What do you think of using green accents in your kitchen? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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Kirsten Grove has always had a passion for interior design. Simply Grove is Kirsten's creative outlet for all things aesthetically beautiful. Started in 2008 as a way to show off eye catching design and decor from all over the world, Simply Grove has become a hang-out for like-minded creatives with a love of interiors and an appetite for design eye-candy. You will also find Kirsten featured in publications and sites like Better Homes and Gardens, Lucky Magazine, RealLiving Magazine, Elle, and Design Sponge to just name a few. She was also named one of Babble’s Top 50 Design Mom Bloggers of 2011 and has been a speaker at Alt Summit 2011, 2012 and 2013.