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Green Kitchen Cabinets

Install green kitchen cabinets to give the heart of your home a naturally refreshing boost.

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Depending on their shade and finish, green kitchen cabinets dramatically advance as focal points or quietly retreat to let other fittings shine. Greens, which oftentimes act as neutrals, are generally divided into cool blue-tinted greens and warm yellow-tinted greens, but some greens, such as olive green, offer both warming and cooling vibes.

If you want a workplace that stimulates creativity, opt for green kitchen cabinets done up in yellow-brightened shades such as chartreuse, lime, and apple green. If you take pleasure from calming colors, select cabinets finished in cooler bluish greens such as mint, pistachio, and teal. Like a kitchen that offers a bit of both? Consider understated greens such as celery, moss, sage, and avocado.

Here are a few tried-and-true ideas for combining green kitchen cabinets with materials, surfaces, and accents that highlight and complement.

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Warm and Lively Green Kitchen Cabinets

Yellow-tinted green kitchen cabinets make a personality-plus splash in alls tyles of kitchens, from transitional to contemporary. Citron, chartreuse, lime, and apple green cause cabinets to pop, so if your kitchen has a lot of cabinets, introduce vibrant green lower cabinets balanced with cream or white upper cabinets. Keep the boldness in check with black granite and stainless-steel countertops, color-coordinated glass-tile backsplashes, understated wood or laminate flooring, and chrome and cream accessories. Opt for lime green cabinets with flat lacquered doors, crisply lined white quartzite countertops, and light wood furnishings to fashion streamlined modern looks.

Cool and Calming Green Kitchen Cabinets

Blue-shaded green kitchen cabinets create serene scenes that suit designs ranging from nostalgic 1950s to old-world antiquity. Aqua and seafoam green kitchen cabinets provide a striking starting point for creating playful vintage and cottage designs. Pair water-inspired greens with creamy walls and countertops, antique farm tables, and wood finishes boasting warm undertones. Finish the look with wrought-iron cabinet hardware, stone farmhouse sinks, and vivid orange and red accessories.

Green kitchen cabinets that deepen to teal or forest green take on a formal feel and work well ebony-stained wood floors, white Carrara marble countertops and backsplashes, and steel, copper, and burgundy accessories.

Earthy Green Kitchen Cabinets

Straddling the line between showy and muted, green kitchen cabinets finished in olive and celery tones simultaneously refresh and relax a work space. Showcase these warm/cool shades with light beige walls, brown-speckled marble or dark-stained wood countertops, stainless-steel appliances, steely gray surfaces, and bright-white woodwork and sinks. Since these in-between green kitchen cabinets supply neutral backdrops, they work with an array of colors, including bright orange, golden yellow, robin's-egg blue, and all other shades of greens.

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