This country kitchen has delicate light sage walls, clean white cabinets, a granite countertop, stainless steel appliances, and a metallic glass tile backsplash. A white farmhouse sink completes the look.
If your kitchen has good bones but simply looks tired, painting your cabinets can be just what the doctor ordered. Mix up colors on upper and lower cabinets, or on cabinets and islands as shown here, to add richness. These cabinets are painted in Windsurf from Behr Paints; the island is done in Snowy Pine and the walls are Spice Garden. Behr recommends using semi-gloss enamel for painting cabinets.
This inviting, galley-style kitchen is a farmhouse design with its wood cabinetry and countrified accessories. The green walls, orange door and light oak floor contrast nicely with the darker wood of the furniture and cabinets.
Country Kitchen With Tile Decorative Backsplash, Green Cabinets and Floating Shelf Storage
A patterned tile backsplash decorates this kitchen around sage green cabinetry and a wood-framed vent hood. White granite countertop keeps the country style space looking bright while stainless steel appliances add modern functionality to the cozy design.
Eat-In Country Kitchen With Round Dining Table and Hardwood Floors
Natural light illuminates this eat-in kitchen with neutral dining chairs positioned around a round dining table. The bay window area is painted a sage green, while neutral valances line each window. A natural wood chandelier hangs from the exposed beam ceiling.
Green and White Kitchen With Oak Plank Tile Backsplash
In a workspace that takes as much abuse as a family kitchen, it’s essential to choose materials that can stand up to daily use. Travis Arnett of Arnett Construction chose a rustic oak plank for the backsplash of the space, but with a twist: “I used Mohawk’s rustic oak plank tiles instead of actual wood,” he says.
Mint Green Sitting Room With Thick Cushioned Velvet Chairs & Scenic Mural
Thick green velvet cushions pad the chairs in this quaint, country sitting room. Scenic painted wall murals bring an outdoor element indoors and decorate the mint green walls. Open floor space keeps the smaller room feeling open while a plaid rug adds extra color and a country style touch.
In a larger space, like this farmhouse with its open concept layout, color can be a big factor in helping a home feel unified. Here, green walls are all around in the kitchen, living room, even up to a second-story loft.
In this country style kitchen, open shelving is used to display ceramic tableware; vintage country touches are displayed on top of the cabinet, including a sign for butter and eggs, a basket, and an iron watering can. A small desk makes this space functional and stylish.
Calm, Country Living Room With Exposed Wood Beams, Box Chandelier and Leather Sofas
Brown leather sofas add a darker color element to the soft green walls and natural wood details used in this living room design. A stacked stone fireplace surround incorporates texture while distressed wall art compliments the country style.