Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Green Kitchen Design New Ideas 2012

The color green can give any kitchen a fresh face and a new attitude.
 Hopefully you get new ideas to beautify your Kitchen in the house. I hope you like it . Enjoy !


Kitchen in Greens and Golds

Like leaves turning colors in early autumn, this kitchen combines greens, golds, and browns into a nature-inspired palette. A bright green finish makes the cabinets and island stand out against their brown counterparts. Painting the upper cabinets' beaded-board backs the same shade of green creates a dramatic spot for displaying white pottery. The variegated subway tile backsplash features earth tones that draw the cabinets, woodwork, and hardwood floor into a harmonious whole.


Peppy Green

Vibrant chartreuse cabinets make a dramatic statement in a kitchen that begins with sterile white walls. Stainless-steel appliances and glossy gray granite countertops add polish, while a striped banquette in the corner injects tropical flair. The room is grounded with richly stained hardwood planks.


Pistachio-Green Kitchen 

Pistachio-green cabinetry with a distressed finish and detailed moldings makes this kitchen look as though it could be original to this 90-year-old home. Subtly patterned wallpaper and granite countertops in tone-on-tone beige add a sense of luxury while letting the cabinetry take center stage. The arched valance over the sink mimics the arched limestone range hood on the opposite wall. Both display creamy tones that suit the room's soothing color palette.


Seafoam-Green Kitchen 

As refreshing as a dip in the ocean, this kitchen pairs seafoam-green cabinets with a white floor and accessories for a simple cottage look. White dishes and serving pieces stand out against a matching painted-green beaded-board backdrop. Stainless-steel appliances add a subtle gleam, while a red brick backsplash adds color and texture. To perfect your cottage kitchen, keep in mind that cottage style embraces pastels, so add pale yellow and blue accessories at will.


Key Lime Kitchen 

Key lime-glazed subway tile makes a vibrant background for a dramatic stainless-steel range hood and massive white island in this open kitchen. Additional infusions of the verdant hue include a deep green granite countertop, green-and-white polka-dot chairs, and fresh green accessories. Orange accents add an energetic buzz.


Soft Green Kitchen 

Simple and classic, this kitchen features soft green Shaker-style cabinets paired with honed black granite countertops and unobtrusive brass hardware. Accessorizing the green cabinets with browns and tans -- from the focal-point mural and woven shades to the hardwood floor -- adds an earthy personality. A white subway tile backsplash with dark groutlines adds the look of age.


Farmhouse Green 

Mixed cabinetry finishes, rustic ceiling beams, and a furniture-style island give this earthy kitchen a farmhouse quality that belies its real age (circa 1990s). Mossy greens and browns -- inspired by a wooded rural setting -- give the cabinets a distressed finish, as if layers of paint had been applied over time. The sink base wears a rich brown wood finish, as do the maple countertops. An apron-front soapstone sink adds to the classic farmhouse flavor.


Contemporary Chartreuse

Sleek and angular, this contemporary kitchen blends chartreuse cabinetry with a coal-black granite countertop and backsplash for dramatic results. A translucent shade offers privacy without obstructing the sunlight entering the room. Stainless-steel fixtures and hardware add sparkle.


Eclectic Citrus Kitchen

Bright citrus colors -- green, yellow, and orange -- turn this simple kitchen into a tropical gathering place. White Carrara marble countertops, black-painted cabinetry, and a neutral grasscloth wall covering keep the bright colors from becoming overwhelming. Ribbed-glass pendants above the island add a hint of sparkle.


Tiled in Green

This wraparound arrangement of white cabinets and open shelving gets its earthy personality from a tile backsplash in variegated greens. The all-wood island and hardwood floor complement the tiles' naturalistic tints and shades. Black granite countertops offer a strong presence that contrasts without detracting from the tile's artful presence.


Pop of Orange 

Soft shades of green and gray give this simple kitchen its restful personality. White woodwork and cabinetry allow the sage-green walls to pop, while the gray-painted island sits serenely in the center of the action. Bright orange stool cushions and a patterned area rug add splashes of color.


Green Granite

Varying shades of green take their cue from the granite countertops in this kitchen. Watery glass tiles and a cool green wall combine with creamy white trim to create a sophisticated and elegant look. Reflective surfaces lighten the space.


Just a Hint of Green 

Color emphasizes the angular shapes in this contemporary kitchen. From the ceiling's sage green to the slate backsplash accented with glass tile squares to the granite-topped island, green is the way to go. Its cool qualities allow the warm mix of honey- and cherry-stained maple cabinetry to pop.


Cottage Comfort

White cabinets with beaded-board door panels establish the cottage look of this light, bright kitchen. But the sea green island and subway tile backsplash give the room a more colorful personality. Plus, its painted beaded-board surface celebrates every curve of the white vintage-style barstools. A warmly stained hardwood floor and beige granite countertops add neutral strength to the pretty palette.

4 comments:

Joanna said...

The different shades of green used in the kitchen is something. It makes the kitchen more vibrant, cozy and viable. Cool post, check out also 3D Rendering

Jenna said...

These kitchens are all so delightful! I'm updating mine currently and looking for a NJ Granite Countertops company.

merry said...

GREAT SMALL KITCHEN DESIGNS
Many people who thought that the small kitchen cannot be designed with a maximum. In my opinion it does not get the same with my opinion. My opinion that small-sized kitchen could have been made good design. You can try, if you want to design a small kitchen that you have to find creative ideas. For example: Use the concept of a minimalist design, buy kitchen appliances in accordance with the needs of your kitchen, and a maximum of Use kitchen layout.

jazz said...

It's appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I've read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or advice. Perhaps you can write next articles referring to this article. I want to read even more things about it!
small kitchen designs

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Green Kitchen Design New Ideas 2012

The color green can give any kitchen a fresh face and a new attitude.
 Hopefully you get new ideas to beautify your Kitchen in the house. I hope you like it . Enjoy !


Kitchen in Greens and Golds

Like leaves turning colors in early autumn, this kitchen combines greens, golds, and browns into a nature-inspired palette. A bright green finish makes the cabinets and island stand out against their brown counterparts. Painting the upper cabinets' beaded-board backs the same shade of green creates a dramatic spot for displaying white pottery. The variegated subway tile backsplash features earth tones that draw the cabinets, woodwork, and hardwood floor into a harmonious whole.


Peppy Green

Vibrant chartreuse cabinets make a dramatic statement in a kitchen that begins with sterile white walls. Stainless-steel appliances and glossy gray granite countertops add polish, while a striped banquette in the corner injects tropical flair. The room is grounded with richly stained hardwood planks.


Pistachio-Green Kitchen 

Pistachio-green cabinetry with a distressed finish and detailed moldings makes this kitchen look as though it could be original to this 90-year-old home. Subtly patterned wallpaper and granite countertops in tone-on-tone beige add a sense of luxury while letting the cabinetry take center stage. The arched valance over the sink mimics the arched limestone range hood on the opposite wall. Both display creamy tones that suit the room's soothing color palette.


Seafoam-Green Kitchen 

As refreshing as a dip in the ocean, this kitchen pairs seafoam-green cabinets with a white floor and accessories for a simple cottage look. White dishes and serving pieces stand out against a matching painted-green beaded-board backdrop. Stainless-steel appliances add a subtle gleam, while a red brick backsplash adds color and texture. To perfect your cottage kitchen, keep in mind that cottage style embraces pastels, so add pale yellow and blue accessories at will.


Key Lime Kitchen 

Key lime-glazed subway tile makes a vibrant background for a dramatic stainless-steel range hood and massive white island in this open kitchen. Additional infusions of the verdant hue include a deep green granite countertop, green-and-white polka-dot chairs, and fresh green accessories. Orange accents add an energetic buzz.


Soft Green Kitchen 

Simple and classic, this kitchen features soft green Shaker-style cabinets paired with honed black granite countertops and unobtrusive brass hardware. Accessorizing the green cabinets with browns and tans -- from the focal-point mural and woven shades to the hardwood floor -- adds an earthy personality. A white subway tile backsplash with dark groutlines adds the look of age.


Farmhouse Green 

Mixed cabinetry finishes, rustic ceiling beams, and a furniture-style island give this earthy kitchen a farmhouse quality that belies its real age (circa 1990s). Mossy greens and browns -- inspired by a wooded rural setting -- give the cabinets a distressed finish, as if layers of paint had been applied over time. The sink base wears a rich brown wood finish, as do the maple countertops. An apron-front soapstone sink adds to the classic farmhouse flavor.


Contemporary Chartreuse

Sleek and angular, this contemporary kitchen blends chartreuse cabinetry with a coal-black granite countertop and backsplash for dramatic results. A translucent shade offers privacy without obstructing the sunlight entering the room. Stainless-steel fixtures and hardware add sparkle.


Eclectic Citrus Kitchen

Bright citrus colors -- green, yellow, and orange -- turn this simple kitchen into a tropical gathering place. White Carrara marble countertops, black-painted cabinetry, and a neutral grasscloth wall covering keep the bright colors from becoming overwhelming. Ribbed-glass pendants above the island add a hint of sparkle.


Tiled in Green

This wraparound arrangement of white cabinets and open shelving gets its earthy personality from a tile backsplash in variegated greens. The all-wood island and hardwood floor complement the tiles' naturalistic tints and shades. Black granite countertops offer a strong presence that contrasts without detracting from the tile's artful presence.


Pop of Orange 

Soft shades of green and gray give this simple kitchen its restful personality. White woodwork and cabinetry allow the sage-green walls to pop, while the gray-painted island sits serenely in the center of the action. Bright orange stool cushions and a patterned area rug add splashes of color.


Green Granite

Varying shades of green take their cue from the granite countertops in this kitchen. Watery glass tiles and a cool green wall combine with creamy white trim to create a sophisticated and elegant look. Reflective surfaces lighten the space.


Just a Hint of Green 

Color emphasizes the angular shapes in this contemporary kitchen. From the ceiling's sage green to the slate backsplash accented with glass tile squares to the granite-topped island, green is the way to go. Its cool qualities allow the warm mix of honey- and cherry-stained maple cabinetry to pop.


Cottage Comfort

White cabinets with beaded-board door panels establish the cottage look of this light, bright kitchen. But the sea green island and subway tile backsplash give the room a more colorful personality. Plus, its painted beaded-board surface celebrates every curve of the white vintage-style barstools. A warmly stained hardwood floor and beige granite countertops add neutral strength to the pretty palette.

4 comments:

Joanna said...

The different shades of green used in the kitchen is something. It makes the kitchen more vibrant, cozy and viable. Cool post, check out also 3D Rendering

Jenna said...

These kitchens are all so delightful! I'm updating mine currently and looking for a NJ Granite Countertops company.

merry said...

GREAT SMALL KITCHEN DESIGNS
Many people who thought that the small kitchen cannot be designed with a maximum. In my opinion it does not get the same with my opinion. My opinion that small-sized kitchen could have been made good design. You can try, if you want to design a small kitchen that you have to find creative ideas. For example: Use the concept of a minimalist design, buy kitchen appliances in accordance with the needs of your kitchen, and a maximum of Use kitchen layout.

jazz said...

It's appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I've read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or advice. Perhaps you can write next articles referring to this article. I want to read even more things about it!
small kitchen designs


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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Green Kitchen Design New Ideas 2012

The color green can give any kitchen a fresh face and a new attitude.
 Hopefully you get new ideas to beautify your Kitchen in the house. I hope you like it . Enjoy !


Kitchen in Greens and Golds

Like leaves turning colors in early autumn, this kitchen combines greens, golds, and browns into a nature-inspired palette. A bright green finish makes the cabinets and island stand out against their brown counterparts. Painting the upper cabinets' beaded-board backs the same shade of green creates a dramatic spot for displaying white pottery. The variegated subway tile backsplash features earth tones that draw the cabinets, woodwork, and hardwood floor into a harmonious whole.


Peppy Green

Vibrant chartreuse cabinets make a dramatic statement in a kitchen that begins with sterile white walls. Stainless-steel appliances and glossy gray granite countertops add polish, while a striped banquette in the corner injects tropical flair. The room is grounded with richly stained hardwood planks.


Pistachio-Green Kitchen 

Pistachio-green cabinetry with a distressed finish and detailed moldings makes this kitchen look as though it could be original to this 90-year-old home. Subtly patterned wallpaper and granite countertops in tone-on-tone beige add a sense of luxury while letting the cabinetry take center stage. The arched valance over the sink mimics the arched limestone range hood on the opposite wall. Both display creamy tones that suit the room's soothing color palette.


Seafoam-Green Kitchen 

As refreshing as a dip in the ocean, this kitchen pairs seafoam-green cabinets with a white floor and accessories for a simple cottage look. White dishes and serving pieces stand out against a matching painted-green beaded-board backdrop. Stainless-steel appliances add a subtle gleam, while a red brick backsplash adds color and texture. To perfect your cottage kitchen, keep in mind that cottage style embraces pastels, so add pale yellow and blue accessories at will.


Key Lime Kitchen 

Key lime-glazed subway tile makes a vibrant background for a dramatic stainless-steel range hood and massive white island in this open kitchen. Additional infusions of the verdant hue include a deep green granite countertop, green-and-white polka-dot chairs, and fresh green accessories. Orange accents add an energetic buzz.


Soft Green Kitchen 

Simple and classic, this kitchen features soft green Shaker-style cabinets paired with honed black granite countertops and unobtrusive brass hardware. Accessorizing the green cabinets with browns and tans -- from the focal-point mural and woven shades to the hardwood floor -- adds an earthy personality. A white subway tile backsplash with dark groutlines adds the look of age.


Farmhouse Green 

Mixed cabinetry finishes, rustic ceiling beams, and a furniture-style island give this earthy kitchen a farmhouse quality that belies its real age (circa 1990s). Mossy greens and browns -- inspired by a wooded rural setting -- give the cabinets a distressed finish, as if layers of paint had been applied over time. The sink base wears a rich brown wood finish, as do the maple countertops. An apron-front soapstone sink adds to the classic farmhouse flavor.


Contemporary Chartreuse

Sleek and angular, this contemporary kitchen blends chartreuse cabinetry with a coal-black granite countertop and backsplash for dramatic results. A translucent shade offers privacy without obstructing the sunlight entering the room. Stainless-steel fixtures and hardware add sparkle.


Eclectic Citrus Kitchen

Bright citrus colors -- green, yellow, and orange -- turn this simple kitchen into a tropical gathering place. White Carrara marble countertops, black-painted cabinetry, and a neutral grasscloth wall covering keep the bright colors from becoming overwhelming. Ribbed-glass pendants above the island add a hint of sparkle.


Tiled in Green

This wraparound arrangement of white cabinets and open shelving gets its earthy personality from a tile backsplash in variegated greens. The all-wood island and hardwood floor complement the tiles' naturalistic tints and shades. Black granite countertops offer a strong presence that contrasts without detracting from the tile's artful presence.


Pop of Orange 

Soft shades of green and gray give this simple kitchen its restful personality. White woodwork and cabinetry allow the sage-green walls to pop, while the gray-painted island sits serenely in the center of the action. Bright orange stool cushions and a patterned area rug add splashes of color.


Green Granite

Varying shades of green take their cue from the granite countertops in this kitchen. Watery glass tiles and a cool green wall combine with creamy white trim to create a sophisticated and elegant look. Reflective surfaces lighten the space.


Just a Hint of Green 

Color emphasizes the angular shapes in this contemporary kitchen. From the ceiling's sage green to the slate backsplash accented with glass tile squares to the granite-topped island, green is the way to go. Its cool qualities allow the warm mix of honey- and cherry-stained maple cabinetry to pop.


Cottage Comfort

White cabinets with beaded-board door panels establish the cottage look of this light, bright kitchen. But the sea green island and subway tile backsplash give the room a more colorful personality. Plus, its painted beaded-board surface celebrates every curve of the white vintage-style barstools. A warmly stained hardwood floor and beige granite countertops add neutral strength to the pretty palette.

4 comments:

Joanna said...

The different shades of green used in the kitchen is something. It makes the kitchen more vibrant, cozy and viable. Cool post, check out also 3D Rendering

Jenna said...

These kitchens are all so delightful! I'm updating mine currently and looking for a NJ Granite Countertops company.

merry said...

GREAT SMALL KITCHEN DESIGNS
Many people who thought that the small kitchen cannot be designed with a maximum. In my opinion it does not get the same with my opinion. My opinion that small-sized kitchen could have been made good design. You can try, if you want to design a small kitchen that you have to find creative ideas. For example: Use the concept of a minimalist design, buy kitchen appliances in accordance with the needs of your kitchen, and a maximum of Use kitchen layout.

jazz said...

It's appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I've read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or advice. Perhaps you can write next articles referring to this article. I want to read even more things about it!
small kitchen designs