Seafoam Green and a Craftsman Galley Kitchen Update

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We have been seeing this seafoam green color in more and more kitchens lately. It feels warmer than hospital green, and more sophisticated than mint. What do you think of it? We are inclined to like it — especially in this updated galley kitchen from a Craftsman home in Seattle.

The family that owns this kitchen has two small children and two big dogs. The kitchen as it was just wasn't working for them, but they wanted to stay true to their home's Craftsman bones. So they did add on a little extra room to their kitchen (just 8 feet!) and widened the space. It helped to open up the galley kitchen, and let them have a bit of space for an office nook.

We love the look of the updated space, and the color in the kitchen. It feels cool and contemporary and yet also vintage-inspired. What do you think? Would you use this color in your own kitchen?

Read the full article: Craftsman kitchen update at Sunset

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