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Bring the outdoors in with a vibrant kitchen that'll make you look forward to rolling up your sleeves and cooking. From the new Le Creseut bamboo collection to emerald hue glassware, these new additions are just the thing to revive the heart of your home.

Summer is approaching fast, and along with the cheerful palette of the season's flowers comes the lively and bright greenery of fresh grass and leaves. A colour of rebirth, green gives us a connection with nature and freedom. It symbolises balance, growth, renewal and harmony creating a refreshing, calming and invigorating atmosphere. So it’s little wonder that green has become such a popular shade for the hardest working room in the house: the kitchen.

And its popularity shows no signs of waning: green has really become a new neutral. Working equally well in contemporary and traditional kitchens, there aren't many colours that don't go with green - but notable pairings include: white, grey, pink, black and gold.

But you don’t have to re-kit your kitchen or take to paint to embrace this new green kitchen colour trend. For a low key makeover, focus on accents by adding new statement cookware, inject burts of colour using tableware or introduce the shade slowly with some updated kitchen accessories.

So whether you decide to go green or use as an accent colour, these are the best green kitchenware pieces to inspire.


Proving this colour trend is going nowhere, iconic kitchen brand Le Creuset has launched a new colourway to its extensive range. Like the tropical grass that inspired it, Bamboo, the new colour offering from Le Creuset is the most versatile of greens. Embodying all the qualities of its beloved namesake, Bamboo is a stylish hue with a joyful spirit, enhancing any garden - and now any kitchen!



One easy way to introduce green to your kitchen is by trading basic clear glassware for fun, vibrant green versions. Available in a range of shades and myriad shapes, the joyful drinkware below brings a happy boost to dinner tables, bar carts, and shelf displays. Look to Ravenhead, Ichendorf, Soho Home and Klevering for the best coloured glassware.



Similarly to glassware, tableware is another simple yet effective way to embrace the trend. Whether displayed on an open shelf, crockery cabinet or as the theme to your next tablescape, Urban Nature Culture’s latest collection is inspired by nature. Taking a mix-and-match approach to their tableware, the brand’s Arts and Craft plates make for a creative tablescape. The forest green tone also helps to keep in line with the colour trend.



Just how they are key to any great outfit, home accessories present the unique opportunity to really have fun with colour. Whether you choose to be practical and accessories with a new home bin from Brabantia, keep the green theme going for your tablescape with the LIND DNA Table Mat or wear the trend yourself with Ulster Weavers Cotton Apron, accessorise your kitchen in shades of green.



With a freshly on trend kitchen, all that’s left to do is lay the table to match! Learn the art of Tablescaping from expert Tara Fay in Table Stories.