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Photo: Burnhill Kitchens
Arguably, most people love farmhouse kitchens for their modern good looks anchored in vintage style.
This example by Burnhill Kitchens takes things to the next level with two-tone shaker cabinetry. The lush upper green cabinets pop against the crisp, white beadboard backsplash.
Super fresh kitchen accents like these spearmint cabinets can feel glamorous when paired with hand-painted Moroccan tiles.
The design team at Hausera also added a vintage-inspired crystal chandelier to the mix. Mixing metals is another way to add visual interest.
Combining brass cabinet handles with stainless steel appliances and chrome fixtures adds a contemporary spin.
All of the features are initially from the mid-century and impressively feel just as stylish today.
Photo: One Fine Stay
We certainly have a soft spot for colorful, vintage kitchens, so we cheered in delight when One Fine Stay shared this cooking space in a home located in the Hollywood Hills.
Apple green appliances and checkered green flooring are combined with beautiful blonde wood cabinets and cherry butcher block countertops.
Photo: Black Lacquer Design
Emerald green cabinets, gold hardware, and black waterfall countertops stand out against the white tile backsplash to create a bold yet simple statement in this cooking space by Black Lacquer Design.
Photo: Chris Loves Julia.
Colorful accents and natural textures were essential to this DIY kitchen makeover by the couple behind Chris Loves Julia.
They gave their old kitchen cabinets new life using a beautiful shade of greenish-gray paint called Beguile by Valspar.
The color brings out the beauty of the rustic, butcher block countertops. FYI, it took the duo a weekend to take their cooking space from meh to fab.
Photo: One Fine Stay
Gorgeous wallpaper will instantly transform any room in your home.
This kitchen that doubles as a dining room from One Fine Stay has walls covered with a whimsical woodland pattern.
Notice how the lush green colors really warm up the entire room by bringing out the natural wood and copper tones.
Photo: D2 Interieurs
Let's face it, while white kitchens have enduring style, their lack of color can also make them feel lifeless and sterile. D2 Interieurs came up with a fix for their cooking space.
Bold, green light fixtures and a cheerful green patterned curtain brighten up the entire room. The sprinkles on top of this delightful kitchen are the small colorful accents that pick up on the various green tones.
Photo: Hannah Dee Interiors
Are you looking for a unique way to personalize your space? Consider standard kitchen fixtures in unexpected colors.
The avocado green ceramic sink in this cooking space by Hannah Dee Interiors announces to the world that the homeowner is truly a decor maverick.
Nothing gives a kitchen a relaxed coastal vibe like handcrafted subway tile in a watery shade of green as shown in this kitchen featured on Homepolish.
Natural accents from the wood coffered ceiling to the rattan wrapped dining stools layer on more seaside appeal.
Photo: Photo by Jacob Lewkow
Shane Pliska, the owner of an interior landscape service called Planterra, surrounds himself with greenery at home—literally.
Not only does he live in a glass house in a forest, but he also has a preference for green furnishings. The cabinetry in his kitchen is just one example.
They have a highly reflective surface, which gives the entire space a cheerful lift.