Set to be a key trend for 2021 and beyond are green coloured kitchens and in celebration of St Patrick’s Day, we reveal how to design and accessorise your dream space.
A style that’s here to stay, green is associated with nature and if used correctly will breathe new life into any kitchen space.
Available in an array of shades from dramatic jewelled hues to forest greens and retro mint, there’s a green colour out there to suit you and your space.
Go for gold
Enhance forest or olive greens with a touch of luxe.
Add a statement gold tap and striking matching handles to create a gorgeous green look.
Marry it with icy white or charcoal quartz worktops to continue the sophisticated style throughout.
Have fun with your style and opt for a retro spearmint palette from Wren’s delectable Macaroon colour collection.
Pare it back with icy white tower units and a handleless design. To highlight the units, add a touch of glamour with a gold profile and accessorise with a gold sputnik light which offers mid-century vibes.
Back in a big way are textured terrazzo tiles which add a touch of liveliness and interest to this space with pops of colour.
Open shelving is also a fantastic way to showcase your personality with finds from your travels or treasured family memories.
Create a country kitchen
Drawing room green is a shade that’s here to stay for 2021 and beyond.
If you prefer a toned-down look than this is the one for you as it adds a fresh, organic feel with a touch of tradition.
This muted colour offers a clean look, especially when paired with rustic timber worktops and neutral décor.
Style it with muted metal brassware and fuss-free accessorises such as a Scandi inspired dining table and chairs to continue this serene style.
Create a stand-out statement by liberally using green throughout your kitchen space to seamlessly blend your upper cabinets with your walls using the same colour.
As the cabinets blend in the background, it ensures the island pops with a fresh colour palette. Accessorise it with crisp plants and a statement chandelier or pendant light to suit your personality.
A sleek kitchen such as this Milano Contour one, offers the perfect blank canvas to add a splash of cheerful colour like apple fizz.
The copper profile ensures the units are framed and creates a real designer feel. Combining matching copper accessorises ties in the theme, along with the matt black tap which unites the focal extractor from CDA.
Midway shelving in a natural oak colour brings a touch of nature to this playful design, along with the floor to ceiling wine rack which saves space compared to the traditional style.
Whatever your style green offers a multitude of looks from retro, to traditional and ultra-modern. Make your friends green with envy and book a design appointment discover how you can create your dream, green kitchen.