A large island and hanging pots are the focal points in this spacious kitchen. A copper range hood complements the pots hanging from the pot rack as well as the copper-colored tile floor. Green cabinetry and light-colored counters add contrast to the red hues.
A soft green glass backsplash with a white and green mosaic accent behind the stove range enhances the classic design in this cooking zone. A traditional pot filler and granite countertops complete the food prep area.
Micro greens adapt readily to apartment gardens, growing happily in containers. Greens are shallow rooted, so your pots don’t have to be deep. This spicy micro green mix features a blend of red and green mustards that deliver a gently pungent bite. Look for mild micro green mixes, too, if the spicy blend doesn’t suit your palate.
Bright green pots complement natural green herbs in a hanging garden, providing a colorful punch to this back deck. Eileen Beaver, who blogs at A Creative Day, created this hanging herb planter for the Home Depot Patio Style Challenge.
This custom-designed pro-style kitchen features a custom-designed stone island, deck-mounted pot filler and one of a kind hood mixed with state-of-the-art appliances. The sage green kitchen island and range hood tie in with the green accents in this transitional kitchen.
This white and green kitchen boasts all the features of a professional-grade kitchen without the cold look of floor-to-ceiling stainless steel. Similar to a restaurant kitchen, the deck-mounted pot filler and custom-designed hood provide high-end convenience with a continuous touch of contemporary design elements.
Any time you're looking to liven up an outdoor space for the holidays, it's best to stick with layered greens. This look is kept (almost!) maintenance-free with a mix of live arborvitae in pots and artificial pine garland on the railings and around the windows.
Black-and-white checks add a little fun zip to the backsplash behind this kitchen's pot filler faucet. A bowl of bright green apples and a wildflower bouquet are easy ways to bring in more life and color.
After giving thought to the cabinets' exterior, turn some attention to their intended use and interior features. "It used to be that we would place cabinetry in the room and make it functional," says Al. "Now every cabinet has a purpose." There are pullout drawers for pots and pans, oversize drawers for baking sheets and even high-tech under-counter cooling drawers that keep beverages and snacks within easy reach. Accessories like lazy Susans, built-in spice racks, drawer organizers and other cabinet extras make the kitchen a much more efficient and enjoyable place. Photo courtesy of GE Monogram