From subtle sage to deep olive, muted tones of green are trending in kitchen design this spring summer. Used en masse or with a contemporary two-tone approach, the look works particularly well when paired with rustic wooden accessories and blackened metal. We share our favourite green urban spaces and show you how to get the look at home.
(Above) In this space, worn textured walls are updated with a contemporary gradient effect; a look which is then echoed in the rugged concrete worktops from Caesarstone. Pale timber accessories add warmth while streamline black fittings add refined detail.
(Left) A welcome contrast to an industrial white backdrop, this understated kitchen unit features an elegant green which is enhanced with gold door furniture and natural textures such as jute and rattan.
(Below) This classic shaker kitchen in a Georgian London property is a Warehouse Home favourite thanks to its honed marble worktops, open shelving, and elegant brass fittings. A liberal application of a bespoke grey lends itself to a subtle green tint when shown under natural light. The Smeg A3-81 cooker sits front and centre.
Northern photography by Chris Tonnesen