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The Best Ways To Incorporate Mint Green Into Your Kitchen

The color mint green provides an unexpected and lovely choice for kitchen decor. It’s a beautiful color that’s been trending lately, and we don’t think it’s going away any time soon!

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We’ve created different ways to use mint green in your kitchen and make it a revitalizing and exciting place to be.

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Consider a warmer hue

Warmer shades of mint green evoke feelings of calm and coziness. If you want your kitchen to stand out from the norm, consider using this hue instead of boring colors.

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Consider a mint green floating shelf

Mint green is not just for cabinets and larger pieces of furniture. The floating shelf and the flower vases on the sink help break up the cool mint green cabinets.

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Using a patterned wall

The patterned wall paired with the white cabinets and door gives the kitchen a cozy and sophisticated look.

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Pair with a green backsplash

The mint green seamlessly blends the kitchen and dining areas when paired with the Moroccan clay tile backsplash and bar stools in the living room. The color also adds a nice freshness to the room.

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Mint green appliances and fridge

Adding mint appliances such as a fridge is another way to add color to your kitchen. You get to use a shade you like while still keeping the rest of the space neutral enough for future buyers.

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Mint green furniture

Nervous about fully committing to mint green on your cabinets or walls? By using the color on a piece of furniture, you can easily swap things out when you’re ready to try a new shade.

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White cabinets

When white and mint are combined, they create a beautifully warm yet modern feeling in your kitchen.

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Mint backsplash

A little jolt of color goes a long way. With the rest of the kitchen kept simple, the mint green backsplash is just so attractive.

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Paint your wall mint

This kitchen color shows how the shade works so well as a neutral.

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Mint chair

A mint accent chair keeps the space feeling cool and it looks good at the same time.


Bring nature in

With the calming floral wallpaper and natural plants, cooking can be more enjoyable.

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Add mint and a black floor tile

The mint cabinets and black checkerboard floor are a great fit for this kitchen, and of course, a good dose of natural light certainly adds appeal.

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Try mint with darker shades

The kitchen can also be transformed into a beautiful space without using any vibrant poppy colors. This combination of gray, black, and mint blend well with the herringbone floor.

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Judith Ejike

I write for decoist.

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