If ever there were true representation of a fresh green Granny Smith apple, or a crystal clear Peridot, it would be this crisply composed kitchen palette, which boldly commits and adheres to the sophisticated color theme.
The homeowners were against white cabinets from the onset of the project, so they chose the countertops, a gray and white leathered stone with tinges of green, first. The hints of green in the countertops inspired the light green color of the cabinets, giving the space a unique, look that complements the style of the rest of the home.
When water damage required the kitchen's lower cabinets to be removed and replaced, designers used the moment to lighten the room's look overall. Upper cabinets, walls and countertops were all made a fresh white. Lower cabinets in dark green anchored the look.
A bathroom keeps the design scheme crisp and simple with white subway tiles in the shower, black and white tiles for the floor and a soft green vanity. The black and white theme is picked up again in the towels, shower curtain and bathmat.
Quartz countertops balance the dark green cabinets and hardwood floors, helping the the space to look as light and airy as possible. Meanwhile, those custom doors conceal a sleek, Sub Zero refrigerator.
This galley kitchen in Decatur, Ga., was designed to be a functional yet stylish space that allows for effortless cooking and entertaining. Thus, the room features a deep sink and stainless appliances, gorgeous green cabinets and a wood dining table that seats six.
Pea green shaker style cabinets provide soft color without distracting from other elements of the kitchen. A simple rustic wood table serves as a kitchen island. A whitewashed vaulted wood ceiling makes the space feel airy and bright.
As seen on Home Town, the Bolden residence has been fully renovated by Ben and Erin Napier. Renovations included removing walls to create a more open floor plan, updated paint, new kitchen appliances, and new bathroom fixtures.