13 Envy-Inducing Green Cabinets That Will Make Your Houseguests Jealous

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We're big fans of using bold, saturated colors in interior design. Our latest obsession? Green (sage, emerald, jade, olive, and so on). We've seen it everywhere, from tile backsplashes to marble countertops. Now cabinets are getting in on the trend. Wondering how to incorporate this hue into your home? Scroll on for 13 stunning examples that will make you green with envy.

1. Spruce Green

Painted kitchen cabinets are back in a big way. This spruce stunner by Shea from Studio McGee is a contemporary twist on earthy elegance.

Get the look: Dunn-Edwards Black Spruce

2. Mint Green

Looking for something a bit softer? Take a cue from Alayna Powell. Her south-facing kitchen (seen on A Beautiful Mess) features a mix of mint cupboards and exposed shelving, plus white appliances and eclectic accents.

Get the look: Sherwin-Williams Reclining Green

3. Emerald Green

Dramatic emerald cabinetry and wainscoting set the tone in this chic powder room makeover designed by Rachel Dunham Design. Paired with brushed brass hardware, a new Roman shade, and a couple of canvas art pieces, the result is rich and atmospheric.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Martha's Vineyard

4. Jade Green

Royale from But First, Party's kitchen is proof that upper and lower cabinets don't need to be the same color. A little jade paint injects depth and dimension into the predominantly white palette, without sacrificing an ounce of sleekness.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Templeton Gray

5. Kelly Green

The island is the star of Lori from Redo Home and Design's bright kitchen renovation. High-contrast Kelly green paint enlivens the space, while white shiplap walls and brass hardware are the perfect complement.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Jade Green

6. Sea Foam Green

This laundry room revamp by The Fox Group comes together with built-in pale green cabinetry, marble floor tile, brass hardware, and a statement pendant light. It's so chic, you might even feel inspired to do a few loads.

Get the look: Farrow & Ball Teresa's Green

7. Moss Green

Green cabinetry lives in harmony with warm wood shelving and industrial light fixtures in this farmhouse kitchen designed by Jaclyn Peters Design. The result is a functional space that's packed with charming personality.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Jack Pine

8. Hunter Green

Without a doubt, the lower cabinets in this stunning kitchen designed by Tiek Design Group steal the show. While the upper cabinets, backsplash, and pendants are white, the lower cabinets' saturated shade of green and the dark wood finish of the island ground the space, and the brass hardware contributes to the casual yet polished ambiance.

Get the look: Behr Brooklyn

9. Chard Green

Sarah Sherman Samuel gives this A-frame kitchen a serious update by replacing the doors on existing Ikea cabinets with ones from her Semihandmade line. Lush green paint calls for neutral wood, thus, these countertops and cutting boards are the perfect match.

Get the look: Behr Chard

10. Cyan Green

Dabito from Old Brand New gave his master bathroom a bright and energizing new look. Classic patterns and colorful accents — in the way of a cyan vanity cabinet and yellow textiles — create a room that's simple, tasteful, and timeless.

Get the look: Sherwin-Williams Surf Green

11. Forest Green

The heart of this Denver tudor designed by Shea from Studio McGee oozes charm. Patterned tile infuses vintage character. Crisp white walls and open shelving lend an airy feel, which is beautifully balanced by the richness of the forest green cabinets.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Forest Green

12. Pine Green

Designer Katie Hackworth has turned her penchant for creativity into a profession. So, it should come as no surprise that her headquarters, like her overall aesthetic, is a striking combination of traditional and modern with plenty of nature-inspired elements.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Chimichurri

13. Willow Green

Thanks to House of Jade Interiors, some lucky kiddos got a yummy bathroom makeover. Three vessel sinks, brass fixtures and hardware, and a blue-green vanity cabinet deliver a triple dose of glamour.

Get the look: Benjamin Moore Jack Pine

​Lindsay Cohn is a freelance writer with a penchant for design and travel. Follow her on Instagram @​lindsay_cohn.

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