5 ways to use green in your kitchen 

15th February 2024

Greens are always popular kitchen colours, with soft, earthy shades helping connect your kitchen and garden and deeper tones creating sophisticated spaces. Whether you add a splash of green through painted cabinetry, a statement island or even a collection of house plants, our design experts are full of ideas about how to add green to your kitchen. 

  1. Choose a striking green kitchen island  

A green kitchen island is a fantastic way to add a pop of colour to your kitchen. Complementing neutral kitchens, and working well with Crittall and bifold doors which are so popular at the moment, you can choose almost any shade to add interest to your kitchen colour scheme. 

  1. Paint cabinetry green

This striking, deep green cabinetry run makes a real impression and works incredibly well with the warm brass handles. Our designers cleverly used a rich green in the galley part of the kitchen which makes the neutral dining space feel even brighter and more airy. 

  1. Drench your kitchen in green

This showstopping kitchen is only enhanced by the decision to paint every inch of the cabinetry in a vibrant, almost jewel-like, shade of green. Complemented by warm parquet flooring, wooden bar stools and copper accents the kitchen feels warm and organic. 

  1. Frame the view 

We’re not all lucky enough to have a view quite as stunning as this! But choosing large windows that lead out onto the garden is a fantastic way to bring natural greenery into your kitchen. If you’re planning a kitchen extension our designers can work with you to help place windows in just the right place to create beautiful vignettes and ensure your kitchen functions in just the way you need.  

  1. Add some plants 

And finally, whether it’s an indoor herb garden, a beloved house plant or simply your favourite bouquet, plants can always be relied upon to add a touch of green to your kitchen. 

If you’d like to start planning your very own Harvey Jones kitchens, just speak to one of our designers! And for more ideas and inspiration have a look at our Instagram.