Green kitchens are not a new colour trend but there is no sign of its popularity slowing down. Interior experts, enthusiasts and the paint brands themselves are all still swooning over green and its no surprise why. In its most muted, soft shades, green is a restful colour to work and relax in. The softer shades team up beautifully with wooden textures and gives an earthy, more natural tone to a kitchen.

At the other end of the scale, the hunter greens and racing greens are for making bold statements. The jewel greens are bright, light and optimistic. There is a green for all of us, and all of them can work in your new kitchen.

 

Contemporary handleless kitchen

 

We love the combination of green and pale wood in this contemporary handleless kitchen by Masterclass. This is the perfect shade of green for a modern, minimalist kitchen in a matt finish. Paired with the wood here, it brightens the whole scheme.

We really like the matching green rails in this true handleless style, just providing subtle accents of colour, perfect for those who want an on-trend colour, but don’t want it to dominate the space.

 

Midnight Green Bespoke Kitchen

 

However, if you do want to go green across your whole kitchen, how about this Midnight Green by Mereway in the Cucina Colore range?

This is a stylish, classic green, more so when teamed with brass or copper handles. It would look just as good with a white quartz worktop but we like the dark grey used here. Along with the black pendant lights, it keeps the colour scheme pared back, simple and elegant.

 

Bespoke luxury green kitchen

 

Green doesn’t just work in minimalist, contemporary kitchens. This soft green has a heritage style to it and really suits in-frame shaker styles. It is has a really timeless quality to it, especially when used with a classic butler sink.

This is a great tone for a kitchen if you want a traditional rather than contemporary look.

 

Modern Green Kitchen

 

Pictured above is a sleek, contemporary concept featuring Sea Green and Midnight Green, which is such a great combination. The darker green on the island makes it even more of a statement piece and the white quartz worktop provides a great contrast.

Alternatively, if the thought of using green throughout the space is too much, the island would still look great on its own with a contrasting colour or grey on the wall units.

That’s the beauty of green, it just works!

 

Have we whetted your appetite with our green kitchen inspiration? There’s so many to pick from, it is hard to pick a favourite but that Midnight Green might just be edging it for us. Book an appointment at our Reigate showroom to see our full colour range and pick your favourite. Email info@painesandgray.co.uk or call us on 01737 906 074.