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Is there any­thing more evoca­tive than dark green? We don’t think so. This kitchen bril­liantly demon­strates how a tra­di­tional hue can be used to cre­ate a con­tem­po­rary cooking space with the power to calm and re­ju­ve­nate. If you don’t want to go green all over, work with white to brighten things up. Per­haps your kitchen just needs a re­fresh? Tiles al­low you to flirt with the trend without over­com­mit­ting.

Project de­tails neu­tral may be the norm when it comes to cab­i­netry, but this Ed­in­burgh kitchen just goes to show that a dose of deep, de­li­cious green goes a long way to in­fus­ing a scheme with a lux­u­ri­ous vibe. Be­spoke cab­i­netry by Scul­leries of Stock­bridge is painted a lush shade be­fit­ting of the listed prop­erty and its ge­or­gian roots. Try Lit­tle greene’s

Mid Azure green flat oil eggshell, £65 for 2.5L. Build­ing open shelv­ing into the splash­back cre­ates a flex­i­ble stor­age so­lu­tion that keeps ev­ery­thing to hand and makes use of oth­er­wise wasted space.

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