Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is all about green so this post is rather predictable, but since green is still the hottest trend in cabinetry (next to wood), it’s fun to take a look at gorgeous green paint colors.
Like you I look at paint swatches and think oh wow that would look beautiful somewhere, but seeing how it shows up on walls and cabinets in real spaces is helpful. Today let’s take a look at what colors different designers have chosen for their projects so we can see how they beautify spaces beyond paint swatches.
Enchanted Forest by Benjamin Moore | Alexandra Kaehler
Tate Olive by Benjamin Moore | Studio McGee
Pidgeon 25 by Farrow & Ball | Becca Interiors
Backwoods by Benjamin Moore | Angela Wheeler
Green Smoke Farrow & Ball | Beaumont Renovation
Intrigue Benjamin Moore | Studio McGee
Oil Cloth Benjamin Moore | via Luxe Interiors & Design
Eden Green by Stoffer Home | Jean Stoffer Design
Dark Olive Benjamin Moore | Blissful Design Studio
Caldwell Green Benjamin Moore | Construction 2 Style
Pewter Green Sherwin Williams | Emily Henderson
Farrow & Ball Green Smoke | Massuco Warner Interiors
Benjamin Moore Tarrytown Green | Lindsay Black Interiors
Cotswald Green | Jean Stoffer Home
And finally…. this shade of green I used to repaint my bathroom vanity. This is Jade Romanesque by Benjamin Moore, a color I’d happily use again.
If you spy a shade of green online and you can’t seem to find its name, try any of these paint matching apps to help you narrow one down.
You might also like these green kitchen cabinets too.
I had my lower cabinets and drawers painted Organic Green.
The top cabinets Snowbound white.
It’s a stunningly a fun combination.
You should look into it.
I’m 61 years old. Who would have thought. . . not me. Never thought I’d see green again in my lifetime!