Dark green kitchens are a bold trend that’s quickly gaining popularity. One of the most common variations of this trend centers around painting the kitchen cabinets a dark green shade, replacing the more traditional wooden or white cabinets found in older homes.

Because of this, there’s an abundance of green kitchen cabinet ideas out there, which often makes it a challenge to figure out where to start. Below, you can find the most inspiring green kitchen cabinet ideas to help you add a fun, modern touch to your kitchen.

Dark Green Kitchen Cabinetry With Green Tile Backsplash

These dark green kitchen cabinet doors paired with a green tile backsplash are a breath of fresh air. The varying shades of green in the tiles pair well with the cabinet color while also bringing visual texture into the space.

Additionally, the tall, vertical tiling is a less common style for backsplashes, making the kitchen even more unique. White counters tie into the white grout between the tiles and create perfect contrast against the kitchen cabinets. The gold faucet is a subtle accent that still manages to draw the eye in a pleasing way.

A dark green kitchen paired with a green tile backsplash and white countertopsA dark green kitchen paired with a green tile backsplash and white countertops

via Plum Living

Dark Green Cabinets With White Walls and Countertops

These dark green kitchen cabinets are the perfect shade for this wide open space. By placing this shade of paint in a mostly white kitchen, the kitchen island and back cabinetry can cement their place at center stage.

The resulting simplistic design is a bold, yet not overpowering, modern kitchen with a clear focal point. This gives the eye somewhere to rest, and the timeless feel is sure to stand the test of time.

A dark green kitchen in a modern white spaceA dark green kitchen in a modern white space

via Kvänum

Dark Forest Green Kitchen Cabinets in a Beige Room

Not all shades of green are created equal, and this dramatic dark forest green is the perfect example. Though dark, this color green is a more natural shade than some of the more common paint colors you see.

Creating an organic feel of the deep woods, this tone is a good match for beige or white kitchens which let the green cabinets exist without becoming overwhelming or oppressive. The wealth of natural light coming through the window not only showcases the beauty of this dark green kitchen but also helps bring a sense of cheerfulness that makes you feel right at home.

Forest green kitchen cabinets, white subway tile backsplash and white marble countertopsForest green kitchen cabinets, white subway tile backsplash and white marble countertops

via Stadshem

Green Kitchen Cabinets Paired With White and Tan Walls

These hunter-green kitchen cabinets paired with a variety of different textures make for a bold kitchen style. The dark green, bright white, and natural wood tones come together in an impressive color palette that’s both classic and trendy.

Wooden slats add texture and create a great backdrop for the decor on the open shelving units. Additionally, hardwood floors help to highlight neutral accents while also fully showcasing the green cabinets.

A dark green kitchen with white countertops and a wood panel wall treatmentA dark green kitchen with white countertops and a wood panel wall treatment

via Bjurfors

Dramatic Dark Green Cabinetry With White Marble Countertops and a Farmhouse Sink

Deep, dramatic forest green paint colors can completely transform the look and feel of your kitchen as shown here. This dark green kitchen uses the same hue for both the cabinetry and the walls, creating a seamless design that makes the marble countertop truly pop.

Brass accents give off a timeless feel, especially when paired with the elegant farmhouse sink. The marble countertop has been continued up the wall behind the faucet to create a tall backsplash before transitioning into a shelf that’s perfect for both decor and commonly used items.

A deep green kitchen with green walls and a white marble countertop that pops outA deep green kitchen with green walls and a white marble countertop that pops out

via DeVol Kitchens

Grey-Green Cabinetry With Warm Wood Accents

Shaker cabinets are a classic design choice and, when paired with modern kitchen design trends, can create a style that is sure to withstand the test of time. This grey-green cabinetry blends perfectly with the neutral kitchen color scheme, creating a peaceful, contemporary design that will be a hit with guests.

Subtle black accents and appliances help to maintain the low-key styling while faux plants in unique vases add just a touch of abstract design.

A dark green corner kitchen paired with limestone countertops in a studio apartmentA dark green corner kitchen paired with limestone countertops in a studio apartment

via Entrance Makleri

Muted Green Kitchen Cabinets in a Kitchen with a Peninsula Island

Looking for more subtle light green kitchen cabinet ideas? These muted sage green cabinets create a stylish, more understated green kitchen. This kitchen layout with a peninsula island takes a one-wall design and adds a peninsula across from it, increasing countertop space and creating a clearer divide between the areas of the room than a kitchen island would.

Open shelving in greige-toned paint also increases storage space without making the room feel smaller. Wood cabinet hardware and black appliances are the perfect accents to this space.

Dark green kitchen cabinets paired with beige stone countertops and grey wallsDark green kitchen cabinets paired with beige stone countertops and grey walls

Styled by Åsa Copparstad, photographed by Frederic Boucari, for Historiska Hem

Worn Green Kitchen Cabinets With White Countertops and Beige Walls

This example also features a more light green coloring. The mint green undertone and polished gold hardware add dimension, especially when paired with black appliances. White marble with grey veining is a great choice in this setting, as it echoes the intricate ceiling and lightly contrasts with the other elements in the room.

Beige walls provide an excellent backdrop and an elegant, timeless feel when paired with the style of cabinets and appliances seen here. Additionally, the lower cabinets including different-sized drawers help make sure that everything you need to store away has a place to go.

A dark green kitchen with white marble countertops and brass hardwareA dark green kitchen with white marble countertops and brass hardware

via Nordiska Kök

Intense, Deep Green Cabinets and Walls With White Countertops and Dark Wood Flooring

For a much more bold and dramatic kitchen, pair matching dark green walls and cabinets with hardwood floors and a patterned area rug. This dark green kitchen borders on black, a daring choice that completely pays off.

Bright white counters help to reflect and amplify any light in the room, but not so much that the intensity of the design is lost. The large black oven makes for a great focal point in this space. Gold- and copper-toned accents pop against the dark backdrop but never diminish its effect.

A dark green U-shaped corner kitchen with white marble countertops and brass hardwareA dark green U-shaped corner kitchen with white marble countertops and brass hardware

via Kulladal

Dark Olive Green Cabinets With Warm Wood Tones

This deep olive green cabinetry and brass accents looks incredible alongside the dark wood touches and stone countertop. A stainless steel oven and wine fridge discretely slot into the lower cabinets, blending seamlessly with their surroundings.

Though green tile would likely work in this kitchen, the brown-toned stone is the ideal choice as it can draw in the brown coloring of other elements to create a cohesive look.

A dark green corner kitchen paired with beige limestone countertops and brass hardwareA dark green corner kitchen paired with beige limestone countertops and brass hardware

via Picky Living

Deep Emerald Green Cabinets With Marble Countertops and Gold Accents

Matching dark green walls and cabinets, bold accents, a wooden slat ceiling, and brightly painted window trim come together to make a fun kitchen that’s full of personality. Similar to some of the previous green kitchen cabinet ideas we’ve looked at, this kitchen uses the same dark green paint on both the walls and the cabinets, resulting in a seamless transition between the two.

Furthermore, the marble countertop is used as both a backsplash and a shelf, allowing the beautiful grey veining to really shine.

A classic dark green kitchen with dark green walls, white marble countertops and brass hardwareA classic dark green kitchen with dark green walls, white marble countertops and brass hardware

via DeVol Kitchens

Matte Olive Green Cabinetry Paired With Black Countertops, White Walls, and Brass Hardware

This earthy, sage-green kitchen takes full advantage of all of the natural light in the space. Black countertops, appliances, and furniture with brassy accents and white walls result in a contrasting space that has a distinctly 1970s Bohemian touch.

This shade of green reflects stability, endurance, and resilience along with peace and tranquility, making this room an excellent location to host parties and other gatherings. The drawers in the lower cabinets and the glass-front shelving on the walls keep everything organized and in place.

A dark green kitchen with a round window, black countertops and brass hardwareA dark green kitchen with a round window, black countertops and brass hardware

via Kvänum

Deep Blue-Green Kitchen Cabinets in a Bright White Room

This blue-green shade, just a few steps away from forest green, creates a chic, modern kitchen style. The paint is incredibly bold with a teal undertone, allowing it to pair with light brown, white, and black tones with ease.

Small square tiles cover the walls and countertop, making a geometric mosaic that pairs well with the one-of-a-kind flooring. By using sporadic white tiles on the laminate leading into the kitchen area, a fun and unique transition is created.

A dark green kitchen with a tile countertop and a tile floor that continues into a wood floorA dark green kitchen with a tile countertop and a tile floor that continues into a wood floor

via Plum Living

Grey-Green Kitchen Cabinets in a One-Wall Modern Kitchen Layout

For the last example in our list of green kitchen cabinet ideas, we’re taking a look at a grey-green shade that’s a touch lighter than the previous version.

This one-wall kitchen layout has small appliances, something that saves space and allows the paint color to be the center of attention. Bright white subway tiles create a backsplash and a large window helps to further lighten the space.

A one-wall kitchen with green-grey kitchen cabinetsA one-wall kitchen with green-grey kitchen cabinets

Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Fredrik J Karlsson, for sale via Alvhem



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