The classic value of green cabinet is appreciated by many people in the world. The green tone refreshes the mood and makes all people comfortable cooking, chatting or even watching TV in the kitchen. People love to gather in the kitchen casually for the space is charming and cozy. Repainting the old cabinet with a green shade will define a new character and personality. Since the green hue is monotonous, opt for the perfect shade, which can increase the value of the classic kitchen design.
Fresh Green Bamboo Cabinet For Modern Kitchen
The modern cabinet should never feature any fuss. The space should be simple, yet attractive. The bamboo cabinet painted in fresh green or lime green will surely define a good mood in the small kitchen design. It may feature the glass doors for the top of the cabinet. Pair the style with honey yellow backsplash tiles and beige ceramic countertop. The floor is excellent to treat with bamboo sheet.
Olive Green Cabinet For Contemporary Kitchen
The contemporary kitchen cabinet is more low profile than the modern cabinet. Some people say that it is located between the classic and modern decoration. The olive green cabinet made of teak, maple or oak is excellent to spot inside the small kitchen. It will be better if you set the corner styled cabinet or L shaped cabinet to keep the space ample.
Antique Green Cabinet For Traditional Kitchen
Making the kitchen traditional is easy to do. Fill the room with antique and vintage pieces. The chalk cabinet design in antique green tone is excellent to spot on one wall. Set a bulky rustic wooden island in the middle. The unique copper hood is located above the stove area. Paint it in chocolate brown. If you want to have a matching look, the copper hood is nice to paint in sage green, olive green or shadow green tone. Install a wooden butcher-block countertop on the cabinet and island surface. Hang a black ornate iron chandelier in the middle of the exposed wooden beam ceiling. For the last touch, spread a black floral printed area rug on the wooden floor.
Published at Monday, November 21st 2016 by Jeanne Mila