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How to Design a Green Color Scheme for Your Kitchen?

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Are you ready to spice up your kitchen? How about we delve into some interesting ideas to help you with that?


Let’s talk about the hottest trend this designing season!


Not surprisingly, it is bringing elements of nature to your home. You guessed that right. It’s the color green!


Homeowners all over are reeling to bring some or the other elements of nature to their homes, and they are doing it by embracing the color that resembles nature the closest.


Moreover, interior designers are vouching for green kitchen cabinets as a central theme to designing a kitchen space that brings in the natural elements well.


Here, we will deep dive into what exactly you need to consider while designing your kitchen space with a hint of green!

Finding Your Unique Green Space

While designing your kitchen space with green, you need to consider what makes it special and unique. For that matter, what is your kitchen’s attractor factor? Well, ponder over the following to get some insights.

  • Decide on Your Green Kitchen Cabinet

It is a fact that cabinetry plays a central role in giving your kitchen space the aesthetic appeal the way you want. Therefore, deciding on a green kitchen cabinet should be your priority.


Fortunately, there are plenty of options for green cabinetries available in a variety of materials. For instance, you can get a green cabinet in various hardwoods, viz. cherry, oak, maple, etc. It is also available in alternative materials such as plywood.


The most important thing you need to mull over is the budget and the kitchen design. Green kitchen cabinet offers versatility, suiting various designs and budgets.

  • Consider The Mood

Green ranges from airy light to dramatic deep. This versatility also lets it merge and mingle with other colors, complementing a whole spectrum of hues for your kitchen.


If you want a serene atmosphere, consider adding a mint or sage green kitchen cabinet. If you like your culinary space to beam with full-throttle energy, you may explore emerald to give it a regal, energetic, and dramatic effect.

  • Lighting of The Space Matters

Interior designers suggest that kitchen spaces facing windows or ones with direct sunlight should embrace lighter greens with cool shades like seafoam green.


If your kitchen needs artificial lighting, perhaps you can consider warmer tones of green, such as dark forest green kitchen cabinets complemented by undertones of amber or tan.

  • Touching Up With Accessories

It's no fad but a necessity! Kitchen accessories, gadgets, and kitchenware play an integral role in your everyday cooking activities.


They should be easily accessible yet should not be on your face. While designing a green cooking space, you must consider what kind of accessories you need to show off and which ones should be hidden inside.


It will be a good idea to choose accessories that complement or contrast with your kitchen’s green theme. For example, an emerald green kitchen cabinet can have a chromium finish micro oven to flash around.


Similarly, think of cabinet handles, sink taps, faucets, knobs, etc. Green’s almost invariably will shine bright with brass or gold accessories.

Building On Your Green Theme

Once your green theme is chosen, it's time to build on the thematic color and bring in other things.

  • Neutralize To Balance

Balance your kitchen’s eye-pinching greens with calming white, cream, or gray. This will make the space more aesthetically pleasing and allow the greens to shine perfectly. You may use these colors for walls, countertops, or backsplashes.

  • Accentuate For Visual Interest

Depending on how cool or warm your kitchen’s green theme is, add some accents to give it a versatile visual tapestry. You may consider amber, orange or even renaissance greens to give it a pop of life. If you want a mellow tone, perhaps you may choose blue, purple, or beige.

  • Kitchen Decors

Kitchen decors add up the space to give it the perfect finish it deserves. Green gives you a vast panorama to design your kitchen the way you want.


You have a plethora of options here. Coastal pebbles, sea rocks, or plants. If your kitchen has an open shelving design, you can incorporate biophilic greens too.


On the other hand, if it opens up to a balcony, you may even incorporate a small kitchen nursery to give a hint of natural surroundings. Interior designers also suggest you think over the kind of plants you would want in your nursery so that the green of their leaves complement well with the kitchen space.

Making Your Kitchen An Inspiration

Green can inspire and breathe life into any space. Choosing a green theme for your kitchen lets you experiment with various styles, shapes, textures, hues, and more importantly, design thinking.


It lets you create a space you would want to step in every day. So install a green kitchen cabinet and design a culinary space that inspires you to breathe life. Happy decorating!

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