Green kitchen themes

These 32 Examples Prove the Versatility of Green Kitchen Cabinets

Stephen Kent Johnson


Farm Fresh Green

Rachael Smith

This English kitchen may be in one of the most charming country houses we’ve ever seen, but owner and Toast CEO Suzie de Rohan Willner looked to the space’s continental cousins for inspo: “I wanted a very practical kitchen that suited the house but also reminded me of France,” she told us. And that resulted in the vivid green cabinets, painted in Farrow & Ball’s ultra-fresh Emerald.


Green Island

Francesco Lagnese

This kitchen, designed by Tom Scheerer for a client on New York’s tony Upper East Side, proves that you don’t have to choose between a classic all-white kitchen or a trendy green one. Here, Scheerer incorporated a custom island painted in a bright pea green, a tint that’s picked up in the John Derian decoupaged trays on the wall and in the charming botanical wallpaper above the cabinets.


Green Lacquer Cabinets

Cerruti & Draime

ELLE DECOR A-List designer Fabrizio Casiraghi doused this Paris apartment in a layer of glossy green lacquer. Follow suit by coating your kitchen cabinets in a high-shine finish.


Dusty Green Cabinets

Ty Cole

This New York City brownstone features a predominantly all-white palette, but local design firm 2Michaels introduced color into the scheme with these dusty-green painted cabinetry (in Benjamin Moore’s Vintage Vogue, in case you were wondering). “It’s a warm and inviting atmosphere,” firm co-founder Joan Michaels told.


Classic Green Cabinets

Ricardo Labougle

What makes this elegant Paris apartment extra striking? The green kitchen cabinets, of course! Designer Lorenzo Castillo painted the surfaces in Farrow & Ball’s Studio Green and papered the walls in a complementary covering of his own design. A sky-blue ceiling lends the look an alfresco feel.


Earthy Green Cabinets

Stephen Kent Johnson

Brother-sister design duo Ramin and Pamela Shamshiri chose Farrow & Ball’s earthy Dyrehaven green for this laid-back kitchen in Southern California. White shiplap walls and pale timber floors keep the look organic and effortless.


Acid Green Cabinets

Roger Davies

A shocking shade of poison ivy green has been making the rounds lately, and we love this take on the trend, courtesy of David Netto. He tempered the lime cabinets above with stainless steel and blue-gray cabinets below.


Barely-There Green Cabinets

Ryann Ford

Pale jade green cabinetry accentuates the airy feel of this effortless Texas bungalow designed by architect Paul Lamb. Bonus: the tint echoes a subtle green palette that can be found throughout the home, including the tile that clads the exterior.


Blue-Green Kitchen Cabinets

Isabel Parra

If acid green isn’t quite your style, consider a deeper, moodier shade, like this deep green in the Hudson, New York, home belonging to the founders of Perifio.


Celery Green Cabinets

Kelly Marshall

Fashion designer Chris Benz coated his kitchen in the palest of greens, a move that feels fresh and timeless. Here and in the rest of the house, he opted for Farrow & Ball’s Teresa’s Green.


Green and Gold Storage

Ye Rin Mok

If you’re not ready to commit, paint a single zone of your kitchen in green. We love this scheme from Los Angeles firm LAUN. Instead of sticking with a single material, the firm specified stone and brass alongside the sleek lacquered storage volume.


Layers of Green

Douglas Friedman


Sage Green Cabinets

Michael Partenio

An elegant, understated shade of green boosts this Connecticut kitchen’s style factor. Design by Rachel Reider Interiors.


Mint Green Cabinets

Courtesy of Maureen Stevens Design

In this kitchen by Maureen Stevens Design, mint green cabinets create an attractive contrast to the brass hardware and Moroccan handmade tiles.


Soft Lime Green Island

Benjamin Moore

A soft green island, thanks to Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace, offers a sense of balance to the pops of crisp white in this kitchen design scheme.


Olive Green Cabinets

David W. Gilbert

A windowless kitchen designed by Blythe Home benefits from deep olive green cabinetry.


Deep Olive Cabinets

Andrea Cipriani Mecchi

Michele Plachter Design experimented with rich olive green cabinetry in this sophisticated kitchen featuring gold accents and mirrored subway tile.


Bold Green Cabinets

Chaunte Vaughn

In this Brazilian-inspired kitchen owned by the Bucket List family, bright green touches, including cabinetry and a patterned rug, serve as focal points.


Mallard Green Cabinets

Douglas Friedman

In Steven Gambrel's Chicago apartment, the sink fittings in the butler’s pantry are by Kallista, the counter is in Indigo Green marble, and the antique mirror is from Olde Good Things; the cabinetry was painted in a custom high-gloss lacquer matched to Pantone’s Mallard Green.


Pistachio Cabinets

Jared Kuzia Photography

In a kitchen from Haver & Skolnick Architects, Shaker-style cabinets in a mellow pistachio tone provide a cool complement to red vaulted walls.


Seaweed Stain

Robert Benson Photography

In this farmhouse kitchen by Haver & Skolnick Architects, traditional paneled cabinets are washed with a slightly transparent rich sea green.


Shades of Citron Shelves

Roger Davies

Girlboss founder Sophia Amoruso opted for citron open-shelving and cabinetry, plus melamine stools in shades of mint, jade, and gray green.


Seagrass Cabinets

Jamie Salomon

Seagrass toned cabinets in a barnwood double-height kitchen by Kristina Crestin Design.


Olive Green Cabinets

Björn Wallander

In this earthy Greek island home, the kitchen's doors, window frames and custom cabinetry are all splashed with a custom green color that is reflected in accent pieces throughout the home. The kitchen countertops are poured concrete.


Two-Toned Green

William Abranowicz

In a Malibu beach house belonging to designers Nathan Turner and Eric Hughes, the light green floor (painted in Farrow & Ball's Arsenic) provides just enough contrast to the dark, glossy green cabinetry by SieMatic.


Fresh Mint Cabinets

Thomas Loof


Clover Green Cabinets

Eric Piasecki

In a colorful, contemporary Houston home designed by J. Randall Powers, the kitchen's lower custom cabinets are painted green in a strié effect.


Juniper Green Cabinets

William Abranowicz

Cameron Diaz's Manhattan home, designed by Kelly Wearstler, features a show-stopping green and brass kitchen. The backsplash, counters and sink fittings are all unlacquered brass while then brass-trimmed cabinetry is lacquered in a custom color. The wood floors were treated with an ebony stain and then cerused.


Grassy Green Cabinets

Simon Upton

This kitchen in a Manhattan apartment is swathed in Benjamin Moore's Courtyard Green, which covers the cabinets, walls and table.


Sapling Green Cabinets

William Waldron

Punctuated by a glossy wooden countertop, a refreshing shade of green lends quiet charm to glass-fronted cabinets, accentuating the glassware and fine china displayed inside.


Lime Green Cabinets

William Waldron

It may seem like an unusual choice for a kitchen, but the Benjamin Moore’s Bright Lime hue used in this cheery kitchen brightens and energizes upon first glance. Red accents pop against the green for a palette evocative of apple trees on a sunny summer day.


Pastel Green Cabinets

Stephen Kent Johnson

Amanda Seyfried's cozy home in the Catskills, designed by Brooklyn-based firm General Assembly, is full of subtle, gentle color. The kitchen is defined by a geometric green backsplash and pale green cabinetry.

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15 Best Green Kitchens - Ideas for Green Kitchen Design

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We're seeing green.

By Sienna Livermore

Thomas Loof

For many of us, the kitchen is the place in our homes where we spend the most time. After some time, things can feel pretty dull, especially if you're eating more leftovers than getting creative with your fun gadgets. This year, make your heart skip a beat by changing up the color! And what better hue for it than a pretty green? You're able to bring the outdoors in and boast about styling your home with the standout color of the year.

Green is everywhere, and it is not going to hide anytime soon. From your cabinets to your counters, to even your plates and appliances, there's an opportunity to add it to your space. Green is the perfect color to celebrate growth and refresh your point of view. Start small with a pale mint or go bold with an emerald hue, these shades will leave your guests green with envy. Scroll for genius inspo below!

Thomas Loof

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Balance Light and Dark

In this showstopping kitchen by Kati Curtis, emerald cabinets in a high-gloss lacquer are brightened up with white oak ceiling beams.

Sara Tramp for Emily Henderson Designs

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Go for a Gray Green

Choose a dark green with gray undertones if you want to keep it subtle. It'll add some color, but still feel neutral, as Emily Henderson proves here.

Alyssa Rosenheck Photography

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Add a Graphic Motif

For the mint-hued kitchen in Charles and Cassie Kelley's Nashville home, designer Lindsay Rhodes created a black-and-white stripe on the floor to amp up the retro feel.

Victoria Pearson

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Add Brass

This is, without a doubt, the sexiest kitchen ever. Pair green with brass and white like Martyn Lawrence Bullard did, and everyone will be envious. Trust.

John M. Hall

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Refresh Your Cabinets

Traditional Shaker-style cabinets in a farmhouse kitchen by Young Huh feel fresh thanks to a couple coats of blue-green paint. They stand out when paired with white walls but not so much that it's jarring.

Trevor Tondro

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Try a Green Stove

An apple green range and cabinetry from La Cornue bridges bold and classic in this kitchen.

Peter Murdock

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Channel the Outdoors

This shade of green is funky, but also fits with the lush, green landscape outside this Alabama home by Brockschmidt & Coleman. Plus, the cabinetry echoes the wallpaper in the dining room beyond.

Eric Piasecki

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Have Fun With Pattern

A green gingham ceiling gives a classic kitchen personality, and it brings extremely high ceilings down to a more comfortable place. To further animate the room, the island was painted to match.

David Tsay

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Take Cues From Jungle Hues

A pale green blends seamlessly between the kitchen and dining area of Justina Blakeney’s hime, especially when paired with the Moroccan clay tile backsplash.

Thomas Loof

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Double Up

Sometimes two is better than one, like in this colorful farmhouse kitchen by Jeffrey Bilhuber. The table is a lighter green, while the island is a rich, deeper hue.

James Merrell

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Give a Small Space a Big Effect

Use green to turn a small kitchen into a jewel box like Meg Braff did here. Mahogany counters and brass hardware gleam on moss-colored cabinets, while sage wallpaper adds texture.

Thomas Loof

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Go Lacquered

The cabinets in the kitchen of Miles Redd’s New York apartment are painted a bamboo leaf shade of green. Lacquering adds depth and brightens up the small space.

Simon Upton

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Add Pop to a White Kitchen

Get the best of both worlds by painting cabinet fronts white and adding an accent color on the back. A greenish-turquoise is perfect for a beach house.

Julian Wass

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Distress It

Colored plaster walls and a distressed finish on the tongue-and-groove cabinetry add patina to this California kitchen by Suzanne Tucker. The kitchen cabinets are new but meant to look old, with seeded glass in the doors and about six layers of paint.

Ngoc Minh Ngo

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Bring The Shine

David Kaihoi’s small New York apartment kitchen got a serious upgrade with the simple-but-effective trick of a fresh coat of bright green paint on the cabinetry. It's so good it doesn't even need hardware!

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interior design, kitchen renovation ideas in green

Green color is universal. It symbolizes life and harmony. It is the color of spring and nature. It simultaneously pleases and relaxes, helps to get rid of negativity and stress, invigorates and motivates. Green is especially good for work areas. It promotes concentration, but does not tire and does not press. In the green kitchen it is nice to cook and relax, get together with the family for dinner or invite guests for a cup of tea with a pie. In addition, it is good for the eyes. No wonder green is often used in public institutions, restaurants, cafes and entertainment centers.

Interior styles

In the interior, green is always one of the most fashionable. It is closest to nature, goes well with natural materials and fits into current eco-trends. Even according to Feng Shui, such shades are a symbol of gradual stable growth and harmony. Therefore, green can easily fit into any style of kitchen interior.

A green kitchen is a way to keep a cheerful spring-summer mood throughout the year.

Modern green kitchen

Modern style combines several trends. This is the simplicity of minimalism, and extravagant notes of pop art, and high-tech functionality. Such a kitchen requires bright or cold shades. This is metal, artificial lighting, clear geometry, strict lines, gloss. Emerald or salad facades look harmonious. They grab attention and stand out even more against the background of simple white walls and a no-frills ceiling. Large gray tiles or light laminate will complement the picture.

The main accessories are glass and mirrors. Transparent green plafonds, green glass top, simple laconic crockery and decor. Thick khaki curtains or simple and functional Roman blinds will complement the picture.

Eco green kitchen

Eco-style is natural colors and textures. Therefore, the green color fits organically into such a kitchen. Light wood, natural stone, decorative plaster with the effect of slate and other textures are actively used.

Eco-style is a godsend for home plant lovers. Such a kitchen can be turned into a real greenhouse. In addition to ordinary flowerpots, containers with flowers are mounted in partitions. You can turn them into small home seedlings by planting basil, mint, and other herbs. An unusual solution is the use of stabilized moss, pre-treated with glycerin. So you can create a real natural living carpet, for example, on the wall.

Classic green kitchen

Classic style requires light or deep noble shades of green. If the kitchen finish is light, pay attention to natural stone for the backsplash, countertops and window sill. These are marble, granite or their imitations. If the furniture is white, the walls can be safely decorated in delicate pear or apple tones. Looks good large tiles on the floor.

Now it's up to the details. Glass facades, crystal vases, elegant lampshades with fabric shades, draped curtains, gilded candlesticks with green candles - all this will help to set the accents. Household appliances are better to be built into the headset immediately. Then it will not stand out from the big picture.

Mediterranean style green kitchen

Mediterranean-style green kitchen is always Greek. It is for Greece that a cool blue-green palette, lemon and olive tones, an abundance of white are characteristic. Often used white walls, finished with rough textured plaster. Against their background, bright green dishes with ethnic ornaments look great.

Cool tones combine with warm wood textures. The working area is tiled or tiled. On the floor - rough slabs or decorative stone. Ceiling - warm or dark. Green textiles and country-style decorative details are used to create coziness.

Country green kitchen

Country country is simplicity, ease and romance. In noisy cities, this style is an opportunity to relax, unwind, and be distracted. Country is natural materials, rough textures and soft outlines. Raw wood, brick, textured textiles are actively used. Linen goes well with green.

Country green is one of the key colors. The British, for example, actively use a combination of deep saturated shades with solid wood. But the French prefer light wood and pistachio, olive or mint flowers. The main thing is not to overdo it. If the country-style kitchen already has furniture with green facades, then it is better to leave the walls with the ceiling neutral. Light curtains, curtains on the shelves, textile pillows and pictures in decorative frames are all elements characteristic of the style. The only rule is the harmonious coincidence of textures, patterns and shades.

Finishes and materials

Green is a popular and classic color. Different shades are presented in almost all collections of finishing materials. Tiles, laminate, wallpaper, paint, glass, plastic, textiles - the choice is unlimited. Green looks good with natural wood and stone, and bright and rich colors look good with chrome and metal.

When choosing materials, you need to choose the right shades, because they are all very different and evoke completely different associations. Bright herbal colors give cheerfulness and symbolize the thirst for life. Dark conifers are reliability, strength and durability. Delicate mossy shades perfectly soothe. Emerald, malachite and deep blue-green tones are luxury and wealth. Pay attention to such interesting options as olive, lime, mint, turquoise, lemon, bottle glass color.

Muted and diluted shades will be an excellent backdrop for furniture and decor, while bright and juicy ones will be a full-fledged independent accent or a daring companion color.


Green tile is a convenient and practical solution for the kitchen floor. It is easy to care for and wash. It does not get as dirty as white, and the choice of colors is limitless. Pay attention to natural stone and its imitation. Noble green shades of rocks and minerals always look elegant.

Alternatively, laminate or linoleum. They are inexpensive, durable and practical. But a luxurious green carpet is best left in the bedroom or living room so as not to get dirty.


Green walls are beautiful and impressive. Now there are many wallpapers that can be safely glued in the kitchen. They are easy to wash, do not get saturated with fat, do not fade for years and do not fade in the sun.

A special stain resistant paint is also available. The modern trend is one bright accent wall in a rich green hue.


Green stretch ceiling is a bold and unusual solution. But the right shade can change the perception of space beyond recognition. Dark matte ceilings look original and expensive in large and spacious kitchens, while light glossy ones visually enlarge small ones.

Kitchen furniture

Green set is freshness and lightness. Refined watercolor and olive shades wonderfully fit into the style of Provence or country, deep and cold - in modern hi-tech, acidic - in minimalism, and dark and saturated - in the classics.

But for a kitchen with green walls, it is better to choose neutral furniture. Ivory color and wooden headsets or headsets with a wood texture will fit in well. The shade of wood is any, from light pine to noble mahogany.

Decor and lighting

Green accents can freshen up almost any interior. They will make a light kitchen brighter and more expressive, and a dark one - cozier and lighter. It doesn't have to be a kitchen set. Sometimes it is enough to limit yourself to textiles: curtains, tablecloths, napkins, coasters and pot holders.

Indoor flowers look great on the windowsill of a green kitchen. They harmoniously complement the natural picture. You can buy a bright spring set of dishes or decorate the work area with green tiles. The glass mosaic looks interesting.

Finishes, textiles and decor must be in harmony with each other. Warm shades of green and shades with a yellow undertone are combined with other warm colors: cream, rich beige, orange, yellow, mustard and even red. Cold shades with an admixture of blue or gray are combined with the same cold palette.

Green is a light, unobtrusive color. It can be safely used in lighting. Shades and lampshades to match the finish will make the electric light more comfortable for the eyes. The main thing is that the shade should not be too bright and sharp.

Small green kitchen interior design

Light green shades visually enlarge the space. Therefore, this is one of the classic options for a small kitchen. Glossy surfaces of the kitchen set, a light stretch ceiling, good lighting and a minimum of frills - and even a small kitchen will seem airy and spacious.

For furniture in a small kitchen, it is better to choose olive, pistachio, mint, lettuce and diluted pastel shades. The dark headset is too pressing and will look gloomy and depressing. But it is better to leave the walls light: white, beige, cream, gray.

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Green — perhaps the most versatile option, because almost everyone likes it. In a modern green kitchen, complex, deep tones are preferred: shades of moss, dark green, olive, bottle green.

Fully green set will pleasantly refresh white countertop.

Photo from source: mykaleidoscope.ruTable top Cedar 1012/Cr White ceramic

Actual combination of green and gray one kitchen set visually will unite the apron and the countertop “under marble”, thanks to the natural pattern this stone, which combines several tones. Quality imitations natural materials are available in catalog of countertops from the factory "Kedr".

Photo from source: mykaleidoscope.ruTable top Cedar 2384/S Greek marble

Also in the catalog you can find countertops “under natural stone” with a green tint:

Top Cedar 4049/S Neopalitano green

Modern green-style kitchens are often paired with wood-look surfaces. For example, the lower and part of the side modules of the kitchen set can be made in swamp green, and the upper modules and the lower plinth of the set — with wood texture. It can also be duplicated in the dining table top, creating a kind of connecting link. At the same time, a black countertop imitating natural stone will go well with built-in appliances of the same color.

Photo from source: pufikhomes.comTabletop Cedar 921/1 Kungur Marble

Dining area

If there is not enough space in the kitchen to accommodate a full-fledged dining area, it can be equipped on a kitchen island or bar counter. At the same time, it is absolutely not necessary that the facades of their structures are also in green, like the facades of the kitchen set. Great Alternative — surface imitating wood. High bar stools with a laconic design will harmoniously complement such a dining area.

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Modern kitchens don't have to be pure greens. Green shades with a blue undertone look very interesting. Chairs in the dining group with soft upholstery in a dark blue-gray shade will help to emphasize the blue color in the interior. Dining table in the most concise design, made of a material that imitates wood, - a great option that does not violate the overall composition and concept of the interior of the kitchen in a modern style.

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Golden details in modern green kitchen — favorite design move. A round table with a black top on gold legs, around which chairs with soft white upholstery are also on a gold metal base. — trendy solution for decorating the dining area.

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A modern kitchen with a design in green suggests an abundance of light, both natural and artificial. In the second case, fixtures with an unusual modern design are often used. However, the most popular option — spherical plafonds.

An interesting hanging chandelier placed above the kitchen island, complemented by a laconic black bowl to match the metal base with a houseplant. Additional lighting of the work surface will help to create an LED strip placed directly under the upper kitchen cabinets.

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Another popular lighting trend — a chandelier with transparent, slightly elongated balls, forming an interesting branch-like structure. It will look best if placed directly above the center of the dining area. Additional lighting for the cooking area will be lamps in the ceiling spots. In the living area it is appropriate to place a laconic floor lamp.

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Ordinary light bulbs hanging on black wires at different levels — a great alternative to a floor lamp in the living room area in the kitchen.

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Interior design

A modern kitchen with a design in green prefers basic tones in the design: white, black, gray and natural wood shades. Playing with them, as well as using materials with different textures, you can create really interesting interior design options.

The ceiling is usually just white, without any additional decorations.

Walls can also be plain white and even, decorated only with posters, paintings, sconces and other decorative elements. It is important that there are not too many such decorations.

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You can also make one of the walls accent — dark, almost black, imitating marble. It looks original when there are no upper cabinets in the kitchen, and an apron with a similar design seems to “grow” over the entire wall, merging into a single whole with the countertop. Finishing "marbled" in modern interiors is especially popular today.

A light gray self-leveling floor does not interfere with the concept in any way, but, on the contrary, will help to keep the room bright.

Photo source: Countertop Cedar 4980K-52 Portoro Marble

Incorporate more fantasy into interior design using the same set of colors by creating an accent wall in the living area. It can be a photo wallpaper in light gray with green and white outlines of palm branches. Also, the floor can participate in the zoning of the kitchen and living area: the area near the kitchen set, where the cooking process takes place, is better to decorate with practical gray porcelain stoneware. Here is the dining area — light beige material imitating a wood surface. It can be parquet, laminate, wood-like tiles, linoleum.

Apron consisting of neat square tiles in various shades of gray — an interesting and at the same time rather concise version of the design of the wall in the working area, which will not overload the interior.

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Conciseness and sophistication of decor, a craving for minimalism and natural motifs — Here are the main directions in the decorative part of interior design in modern green kitchens.

- large paintings — great decoration for the dining area. They don't have to be hung on the wall. If the dimensions are large enough, you can simply attach to the wall. Such a decision will look unusual;

- indoor plants — green plants perfectly complement the green theme of the kitchen design. In order not to get out of the modern style, you should choose bowls or vases that are as simple as possible in design, if we are not talking about indoor plants, but about fresh flowers or ikebana;

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- decor in golden color — small golden elements, whether it be vases, candlesticks, fittings on cabinets, chandelier elements, will look great on a dark green background;

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- multi-colored details — if calm gray, green tones prevail in the design of the room, multi-colored pillows and ottomans in the living room area will help to bring a touch of originality. At the same time, so that it does not look tasteless and inappropriate, it is better to limit yourself to two or three alternative tones and choose their soft, dusty shades. Light peach and yellow cushions against a dark green sofa with a blue-gray undertone will look fresh and original in a duet with small coffee tables-poufs with fabric upholstery in the same colors.

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- cotton composition in laconic vases on tables and cabinets — also a typical solution for a modern kitchen;

- large sculptures imitating antique ones, but not in traditional white, but in an alternative color that is in harmony with the overall design of the kitchen - A great option for decorating spacious kitchens and living rooms.

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Festive table decoration options

A New Year's table does not necessarily mean an abundance of sparkles and garlands. Table decoration can be simple but tasteful. A white tablecloth made from natural materials will help with this. Golden appliances, elegant candlesticks with tall candles, and a garland of fir branches placed in the center of the table. White cloth napkins tied with twine with a green branch — a cute accent that will complete your holiday table setting.

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Almost the same version, but without the tablecloth, but with the preservation of the woody structure of the table and the addition of fir branches with a fern — An interesting solution for a festive serving that has nothing to do with the New Year theme. It will be appropriate at any time of the year and on any solemn occasion.

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Dark green tablecloth with a blue undertone, dark blue dishes, gold cutlery and candlesticks with white and black tall candles, greenery in laconic gray-blue vases — a more intense version of the festive table decoration, which will bring elements of mystery into the atmosphere.

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