When we first glimpsed Benjamin’s Moore’s 2015 Color of the Year, Guilford Green, we instantly saw it as an ideal hue for kitchen cabinets. White and stained wood seem to monopolize the cabinet game these days, but we love the idea of introducing color into cabinetry. This neutral, sage-y green would be perfectly lovely in a farmhouse-inspired kitchen or could add some warmth to a more modern and sophisticated cabinet style.
Each of our cabinet manufacturers feature at least one finish akin to Guilford Green. Available in a variety of door styles, we’re loving the interesting and versatile nature of this beguiling green.
A great, country-esque green for a colonial or farmhouse inspired kitchen.
Garden Gate by Custom Wood Products
Weathered and rustic, this green could achieve a warm country vibe if paired with butcher block counters and rustic metals.
Jade Green by Shiloh Cabinetry
Neutral, warm and timeless. Pair this with Carrara marble, white subway tile and copper accents and you have a chic, vintage kitchen that will stand the test of time.
Tarragon by Custom Wood Products
Here are just a few kitchens where the green cabinets have us guilford green with envy . . .
Perfect example of using green as a neutral. Sophisticated and inviting, this shows how well green pairs with stained wood.
Image via Home Edit. Design by Tobi Fairley
A more minty take on green, but so cheerful and lovely that we couldn’t resist.
Image via Better Homes & Gardens
Distinctly modern, green cabinets pair very nicely with white marble. So serene . . . Ommmmmm
Image via Swedish Elle Decoration