From our series of “All green” it’s the turn of green kitchens. Yes a few years ago blue kitchens triumphed, now it is the turn of the green kitchens. In a resounding green (moss green) in the case of classic cut kitchens, and in dark gray or even bluish green in more urban kitchens.
From time to time, we like to remind you that there is life beyond white kitchens. White kitchens are still the preferred option for most because with it all are advantages. White makes rooms visually larger and cleaner so it’s hard to go wrong with a white kitchen. But if the size and light of the kitchen allow it, a deep color can be used in the kitchen.
A kitchen with all or part of its dark furniture (almost always the bottom), will win in importance and elegance. If before dark tones seemed to be reserved for gray, blue or even black, now green kitchen furniture is added to the equation. Even Ikea has a series of green kitchen furniture and very sustainable (made with PET waste, this, plastics rescued from the sea) in intermediate green that you can see on the cover.
Green combines very well with white and more natural elements such as wood. These are some examples of some kitchens that dare with the freshest color to give way to the exterior colors, the most sought after and desired, at home after confinement.
For those who are clear about it and want everything green, these kitchens show that they can be that beautiful.
This impressive kitchen also includes the furniture from the series Ikea Bodarp in upper and lower furniture.
This kitchen opts for teal for a revised classic design.
Green and white
If you prefer to lighten the kitchen, you can leave the tall units in white tones, or that the shelves replace the tall units.
This gray-green hue and white top results in a very bright kitchen.
For the less daring green only on the walls
If you like green, you want it in your kitchen, you can include it as a wall covering and use white on furniture.
Cover image @Thu.efi
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