Green is the most common in nature — the color of life, freshness and strength. Obrazujas from the mixing of two opposites – warm yellow and cold blue, he is the personification of harmony and balance. This is the perfect color for the design of working areas of the house – kitchen and office. Kitchen green colors tend to invigorate and improve mood in the morning and in the evening to calm and set at rest.
Green in interior design is considered one of the most versatile. Professionals appreciate his ability to animate, soften and add immediacy thoughtful spaces;
At this color there are an incredible number of shades: emerald, jade, jade, Apple, lime, olive, pistachio, lime, mint, pear, khaki, etc. Combining different variations of green with other colors can create different moods and visual effects.
Our goal is to use these properties most effectively and create the desired atmosphere, picking the green to the desired shade right additional color.
Creating a “green design” kitchen you need to keep in mind a few recommendations:
Ideally, if you are in the planning stage, design a green kitchen, it is advisable to start with a choice of headset, furniture, apron, table tops and equipment and only then begin to search tone paint or Wallpaper;
With all the versatility of the green, you need to consider some of the subtleties of the use of its shades. Bright green tones (key lime, the color of ripe pear, Chartreuse) are not desirable for processing large surfaces. Such active shades can be issued only accent wall in the kitchen muted palette (example pictured below). And dark green (Myrtle, pine, asparagus, etc.), on the contrary, reveals it on large surfaces.
Green accent wall in the kitchen
For kitchen design, facing South, should be used green tones with a greater proportion of blue, it is turquoise, mint, gray-green, jade, malachite, emerald, mossy. And for kitchens, South-facing, perfect shades of green with yellow the predominant note, that is olive, marsh, lime, Chartreuse, pear.
Try to stick to the rules: muted, dusty and deep, dark shades are appropriate in the strict interior, classic, traditional, minimalist or masculine kitchens.
Khaki color walls in the kitchen interior
The predominance of pure, bright colors are more suited for modern styles, such as Scandinavian. But it’s not a rule but just a recommendation. Take a look at the following photos and classic at the same time modern dining room. Pistachio and lime combined with beige background and accents of orange and pink look quite harmoniously.
If large spaces can take shape in any scale, small kitchen – only with a predominance of light shades. For example, the kitchen can be white and the walls light green. Or on the contrary: kitchens in green, and the walls in white. If it is a green Wallpaper, they must be unobtrusive figure, who “does not eat” space (photo below).