Rustic Neutral Kitchen Featuring Green Cabinets with Glass Doors
As seen on Rock the Block, HGTV star Jasmine Roth built a huge island covered with Dolomite marble and Northern California Dark Walnut with seating for eight, and floor to ceiling custom glass cabinets, to transform the kitchen of her house and “rock” it to the highest increase in market value to win season one of Rock The Block.
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.
Rustic Neutral Kitchen with White Tile Backsplash and Green Cabinets
An innovative designer, Jasmine stepped outside the box and chose a beautiful dolomite stone countertop for her kitchen island. Since the stone is porous, she sealed it with a UV-cured acrylic for durability. She also extended the island by a couple of feet, adding a live edge piece of wood that waterfalls over one end. To save money, she kept the original kitchen countertops and cooktop, and repurposed, then painted the original cabinetry.
For a truly custom look, Jasmine replaced some of the upper cabinets with open shelving, installed a trendy square-tile backsplash and wrapped the range hood in wood, painting it to match the rest of the space.
The neutral palette gives a peaceful mood to this charmingly rustic kitchen that features exposed brick walls, concrete floors and a birch beam ceiling. Kitchen cabinets from the 1950s were salvaged and topped with new butcher block countertops.
Neutral Country Kitchen With Distressed Green Cabinets
This cabin's new expanded kitchen features tons of countertop space, a centrally located island and modern appliances. The cabinet's weathered gray-green finish helps tie the room in with the rest of the home's rustic charm.