Green may not be the first color that comes to mind when you think about renovating your kitchen or updating your dining room, but we're seeing proof that easy breezy shades of green could be exactly what you need to bring calm, comforting and chic to your space.
White and blue kitchen cabinets continue to prove long-lasting and versatile color trends for kitchens. But more and more we're seeing a fresh take on farm, country, retro, and even mid-century styles with wonderful shades of celery, mint, and sea green tinted with just a touch of white or gray to give these comfy colors versatility beyond our expectations.
Paired with cool stainless accents and a warm butcher block countertop, this kitchen feels so restaurant chic! Try KM4830 Tree Pose for kitchen cabinets to give your home a spacious zenful feeling.
For a bedroom as swoon worthy as this one by Interior Designer Lauren Martin Moro, start with a gorgeous muted green like KM4809 Sea Pine. It reads warm neutral without screaming gray.
We talked with Lauren about her process in a previous article. Check it out for her tips on bringing color into neutral spaces.
When working with retro details like check floors and traditional white tiles, adding just a touch of color like historic hue, HLS4251 Morris Leaf, will give your room a timeless quality that's sure to stand the test of time.
When it comes to exteriors, we say 'Bring it!' with green to create harmony with trees, grasses, and hedges. And don't be afraid to throw in some flowers and other colorful plants to create wonderful contrast. It'll bump up curb appeal and get attention from your neighbors- in a good way!
As dining rooms and eating nooks continue to become more casual and cozy, soft cheerful green colors are perfect for gatherings and warm conversations. Consider minty soft green, a beautiful food color, that will look good with everything you serve up in this space.
Nothing increases curb appeal like a beautifully painted house in gorgeous traditional colors. Kelly-Moore Paints historic paint colors provide a palette that go beyond traditional to down right timeless. Don't be afraid to consider a beautiful mossy green with warm trim and a statement door color.
Find more great paint colors on our Popular Greens page, try out your ideas with Sample Quarts, and consider purchasing THE historic COLOR SET , our newest color deck with a selection of traditional greens and many more beautiful colors for your home, both inside and out.