From emerald to Kelly and every grassy shade in between, green is catching on quickly as the hue-to-have in kitchens. Deeper tints add a rich opulence to any space (especially when accompanied by marble and metallics), while more yellowy shades are a great way to add a playful vibe to all-white kitchens.
Here are five shades we're crushing on and the kitchens that make it look easy being green.
1. Dark Emerald Green
Rich emerald teams up with brass hardware and gorgeous marble (swoon!) in this chic, rustic English kitchen by deVOL. We also love how the shelf, typically reserved for dishware, is used to display paintings.
See more of this kitchen: Peckhman Rye at deVOL Kitchens
2. Kelly Green
Homeowner Merry Lake paired vibrant Kelly green with a patterned rug and mustard wall. The eclectic color and pattern combo is a bold choice that totally pays off.
See the rest of the house: Jolts of Color Restart an Old New Orleans Home at Design Sponge
3. Grass Green
Grass-green subway tiles feel extra bright and fresh in a mostly white kitchen. Designer Katie Rosenfeld added pretty floral curtains to make the whole room scream spring. (And aren't we all ready for spring right about now?)
More pics: Pink Lady at Katie Rosenfeld Design
4. Mint Green
Is there a single color that's more trendy right now? We just love how it looks here with stainless steel, rustic beams, and stone flooring.
Take a deeper look: Classic Kitchens at Donald Lococo Architects
5. Lime Green
The best way to handle a bold color like lime green? Subtly. Concentrated just on the island, this is the perfect example of how to do lime green in a cool, modern way.
See the other rooms: Sunset Magazine Idea House at Livingston Interiors
Which shade/kitchen is your favorite?