13 Green Kitchens To Give You Inspiration In 2021
Over the past couple of years, we have seen green kitchens grow in popularity - a lovely alternative to the deep blue (which we all still love!).
With Dulux choosing a soft subtle green ("tranquil dawn") as their 2020 colour of the year, we can only see this trend continuing to grow.
So if you are considering choosing a green kitchen, then we have picked out our favourites to give you some inspiration....from pale sage green to deep olive, there is something for everyone!
If you are thinking about a new kitchen in the near future and need some help finding a local kitchen designer, we can match you with the most suitable ones for your project.
1. Warming green shaker style kitchen
We adore this green kitchen by Sustainable Kitchens, painted in Green Smoke by Farrow and Ball. It's such a bright and uplifting shade of green, which looks perfect teamed with the white metro tiles, marble worktop and brass handles.
This for us is such a great alternative if you are looking for something a bit different to the deep blue that has been popular over the past few years.
Green kitchen by Sustainable Kitchens, painted in Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball
2. Green painted island with neutral cabinets
We think this calming shade of green works perfectly with the light grey cabinets in the home of Insta account @building_the_forever_home.
The shade of green is a beautiful blue-ish green, which has a lovely soft look and works perfectly with the touches of oak and stone floor. This is the perfect shade of green kitchen if you don't want to go too bold and want to add warmth.
Kitchen island painted in Livid by Little Greene Paint Company.
Green kitchen from Insta account building_the_forever_home. Island painted in Livid by Little Greene Paint Company.
3. Grey green to create a relaxed feel
A subtle grey green is a timeless choice and we adore this beautiful green kitchen from the home of @rebecca.wakefield.
The muted shade of green combined with the open shelving, simple marble worktops and touches of oak and copper, have created a relaxed artisan look in this kitchen. The handleless cabinets add to the paired back look, which we just love.
Kitchen painted in Treron by Farrow & Ball.
Green kitchen by rebecca.wakefield. Kitchen painted in Treron by Farrow & Ball.
4. Pale green kitchen for a calming look
If you are wanting to choose a pale green kitchen which is very subtle in shade, then this beautiful kitchen by Brayer Designs will give you some serious inspiration. The shade is so light that you could paint the whole kitchen this colour and it wouldn't feel overbearing.
We also love the contemporary twist in this kitchen with large handles, modern appliances and the metro tiles. The kitchen is painted in Museum by Mylands, which is such a beautiful shade of green.
Green kitchen by Brayer Designs painted in Museum by Mylands
5. Dark green kitchen for a classic look
A strong deep green is a beautiful and bold choice which works particularly well in a period home.
We think this green kitchen in the home of @oursouthlondonhome is just so elegant, with the combination of green base cabinets and light wall cabinets creating a classic look. The high ceilings and light wall cabinets keep the room looking bright and airy, with the dark green cabinets adding a sense of drama and style.
Kitchen painted in Minster Green by Farrow & Ball.
Beautiful green kitchen in the home of @oursouthlondonhome. Painted in Minster Green by Farrow & Ball.
6. Modern sage green kitchen
This kitchen is in the home of Instagram account projectsfromwaltonroad, which has a wonderful style throughout. We love the individuality of this kitchen and how it perfectly channels a boho vibe.
The green kitchen units blend seamlessly with the tiles on the island unit and concrete worktop, looking very subtle in this kitchen. The accessories and abundance of plants also work so well in this kitchen, adding to the natural look. Perfect inspiration if you want a twist on the popular industrial look!
Green kitchen in the home of projectsfromwaltonroad
7. Deep green combined with wood and marble
Dark colours work so well in period homes and can compliment high ceilings and cornicing so beautifully. This kitchen (the_idle_hands on Instagram) is painted in Obsidian Green by The Little Greene Paint Company, and looks so good in this period property.
The warm oak and marble island unit work perfectly, adding a contemporary look to this traditional kitchen. We also love how the walls, doors and skirting have been painted in the same off black shade of green, adding to the sense of drama and creating a truly special kitchen.
Dark green kitchen in the home of the_idle_hands painted in Obsidian Green by The Little Greene Paint Company
8. Mid century teal plywood kitchen
For those of you who love a retro look, this teal kitchen is perfect for you. The painted teal green units work so well with the orange, and the simple style of cabinetry allows the colour to stand out.
This kitchen is made from plywood which is another growing trend as it's a sustainable choice - it's also the perfect material for a mid century modern looking kitchen. This kitchen is by the lovely team at Wood & Wire.
Kitchen by Wood & Wire
9. A light mint country kitchen
Another lovely pale green kitchen which we think looks particularly stunning combined with the light oak floor and worktops, the stainless steel lighting and white walls.
What we love about this shade of green is that it would look perfect in your kitchen throughout all seasons - beautifully bright in the springtime but also so uplifting in the winter. This beautiful handmade kitchen is by Craigie Woodworks.
Kitchen by Craigie Woodworks
10. Green and pink colour combination
We love everything about this completely unique green kitchen in the home of @peacockfinds on Instagram. The bold wallpaper works so well with the green kitchen units, the stunning pink herringbone tiles and oak flooring.
We love the traditional look of the cabinets, however the colours and fabulous furnishings make it truly modern and original. A really beautiful green kitchen if you want a different look.
Cabinets are painted in Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball.
Green kitchen from the home of @peacockfinds and image by @beautifulhomesinthenorth. Cabinets painted in Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball.
11. Olive green traditional kitchen
We are completely in love with this green kitchen and adore the combination of the traditional cabinetry, painted in the olive green shade, and the modern worktops, lighting and flooring.
The kitchen is simple in design and the white walls and worktops let the cabinets really stand out, yet the deep tone keeps the kitchen looking perfectly understated and elegant. Check out @homeiswherethepackis for more amazing inspiration.
Dark green kitchen in the home of @homeiswherethepackis. Painted in Dark Olive by Benjamin Moore.
12. Rustic charm
We think that this green kitchen looks like it should be in a period drama. The rustic oak flooring, traditional lighting and panelling on the wall really create a sense of history in this kitchen.
The huge pantry is also so practical and suits the style of kitchen perfectly. We also love that the owners have been so confident with green and painted the walls to match the units. Handmade kitchen by The London Kitchen Company.
Kitchen units painted in Panel by Paint Library.
Green kitchen by The London Kitchen Company. Painted in Panel by Paint Library.
13. Green contemporary birchwood kitchen
There is so much that we love about this green kitchen from the home of Insta account @albany_house, the detail in the kitchen is just wonderful.
The bespoke kitchen was painted in a soft green and looks so striking against the exposed slatted birchwood cabinets and island. The stunning gold handles and finishes add so much style to this kitchen...and those floor tiles are just amazing!
Kitchen finished in Livid by Little Greene Paint.
Green kitchen in the home of @albany_house, painted in Livid by Little Greene Paint.
If you need some help finding a kitchen designer, we can match you with the most suitable ones for your project.
Published: March 15, 2021