In a modern green kitchen the hue is an earthy mix of green, brown and grey.
This earthy but modern green kitchen is not quite olive or khaki green and it’s somewhat dark. It does have abundant stainless steel on the backsplash and appliances to catch the light. In the Victorian era this earthy color would have been called a “drab.” Drab colors are muted and sophisticated because they have subtle undertones. For me, this hue is a stunning alternative to either gray or natural-wood tones. This 9 x 13-foot galley kitchen opens into a dining room. The eating bar-side of the island is 42-inches high and has seating for two on Meyer Square bar stools from Pottery Barn. The eating bar screens out the standard 36-inch tall section on the working side that houses the sink. Yellow-green glass lamps add wonderful highlights. Table lamps are not often sen in the kitchen and this pair of mid-century colored glass lamps is outstanding.
The actual cabinet color is custom (from Live Oak Cabinetry) but easily matched since gray-green choices have multiplied. Lightly figured Carrara marble counters look modern against the earth tones – and no wonder. They blend with the gray metal tones of the Viking appliances, Rohl pot filler faucet over the stove, and the stainless steel backsplash.
(Source: Home Mag)
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