Shades of green inevitably evoke growth, renewal, and life—and what better message to send in the heart of your home? What follows are the liveliest and most inspiring kitchens in every lush shade of green imaginable.
In Steven Gambrel's Chicago apartment, the sink fittings in the butler’s pantry are by , the counter is in Indigo Green marble, and the antique mirror is from ; the cabinetry was painted in a custom high-gloss lacquer matched to ’s Mallard Green.
In a kitchen from , Shaker-style cabinets in a mellow pistachio tone provide a cool complement to red vaulted walls.
In this Bedford, New York weekend retreat, the kitchen counters and backsplash are a deep green stone, the range is by Wolf, and the two mint pendant lights are by Muuto.
In this farmhouse kitchen by , traditional paneled cabinets are washed with a slightly transparent rich sea green.
Girlboss founder Sophia Amoruso opted for citron open-shelving and cabinetry, melamine stools in shades of mint, jade, and gray green.
Seagrass toned cabinets in a barnwood double-height kitchen by .
A soft green tile backsplash in this rustic Montana guesthouse kitchen pairs with evergreen arrangements around the windows and exposed beams. The kitchen range and hood are by Thermador, the custom island is of cherry with an oak butcher-block countertop.
In this earthy Greek island home, the kitchen's doors, window frames and custom cabinetry are all splashed with a custom green color that is reflected in accent pieces throughout the home. The kitchen countertops are poured concrete.
In a Malibu beach house belonging to designers Nathan Turner and Eric Hughes, the light green floor (painted in ) provides just enough contrast to the dark, glossy green cabinetry by .
In a colorful, contemporary Houston home designed by J. Randall Powers, the kitchen's lower custom cabinets are painted green in a strié effect. The sink fittings are by , the range is by and the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero. The stools are by and the wall tiles are by .
In a 19th-century Northern California home, green leaf wallpaper by brings the freshness of the outdoors inside. The kitchen table and chairs are by and the bench is from Past Perfect.
Cameron Diaz's Manhattan home, designed by Kelly Wearstler, features a show-stopping green and brass kitchen. The backsplash, counters and sink fittings are all unlacquered brass while then brass-trimmed cabinetry is lacquered in a custom color. The wood floors were treated with an ebony stain and then cerused.
For the soft green, wood-paneled breakfast nook of a farmhouse outside Stockholm, fashion designer Sanna Kvist and her husband, interior designer Lars Henriksson, painted vintage chairs red and covered the seats with sheepskin.
This kitchen in a Manhattan apartment is swathed in , which covers the cabinets, walls and table. The stove is by and the floor is laser-cut linoleum.
In this Manhattan apartment, a pocket-sized kitchen becomes a jewel box thanks to a stark accent wall in emerald green, and counter-top canisters in a contrasting kelly green hue.
The quaint green wall in this refurbished summer camp sets of stools by Julian Chichester line the vintage bar, which was bought locally at the Tyler Florence Shop, the sink fittings are by Lefroy Brooks, and the cane chair, found at the Santa Monica flea market, has cushions of Josef Frank linen by Svensket Tenn.
This wide-open Australian kitchen makes a bold statement with a curving sage green backsplash that climbs from countertop to ceiling. The glossy ceramic tiles were handcrafted in Spain.
Punctuated by a glossy wooden countertop, a refreshing shade of green lends quiet charm to glass-fronted cabinets, accentuating the glassware and fine china displayed inside.
It may seem like an unusual choice for a kitchen, but the hue used in this cheery kitchen brightens and energizes upon first glance. Red accents pop against the green for a palette evocative of apple trees on a sunny summer day.
Amanda Seyfried's cozy home in the Catskills, designed by Brooklyn-based firm General Assembly, is full of subtle, gentle color. The kitchen is defined by a geometric green backsplash and pale green cabinetry.
An original green farmhouse sink, in the kitchen of a Greenwich village penthouse, is skirted in a linen. The antique chest was found at a Paris flea market and the sconce is French.
The delicate, barely-there green makes a quiet statement in an old-fashioned Cape Cod cottage. The shade contrasts beautifully with the deep navy cabinets and antique Wedgewood stove.
In the Manhattan kitchen of event designer , deep green walls are accented by white trimming and backsplashes. The pot rack is by and the pine island is salvaged.