The color of moss on an old tree trunk, the deep olive, almost bronze-like patina on a vintage handle, the pale green of new grass- these are the hues that are currently gaining favor when it comes to interiors. There are many reasons for this. The psychological effects of the color green can create a calm and relaxing atmosphere in the home when done right. Similar to blue, green is perceived as tranquil and clear, and depending on the shade, can give the effect of new beginnings, new growth.

Mossy Greens

Here we see Dura Supreme’s Cast Iron Curated Color in our Meridien door style, paired with two very popular trending colors- White and Gray. One of the things we love about this dark mossy green is its ability to play well with many other currently prevalent finishes.

Dura Supreme cabinetry finished in Cast Iron on Meridien door style, paired with White and Gray

Dura Supreme cabinetry finished in Cast Iron paint on Meridien door style, paired with White and Gray

Below is another application of our Cast Iron finish, but in an entryway on a Dura Supreme Boot Bench and Locker combo using the Avery door style. This green also pairs beautifully with mid-toned stains.

Dura Supreme cabinetry, Avery door style, Cast Iron painted finish

Pale Greens

Here we see a lighter tone of green, but this time in the tile, paired with a deep true brown finish modern door style, and some live edge wood. Very modern, yet relatable.

Dura Supreme Cabinetry, Moda door style in Maple, finished in Java

Dura Supreme Cabinetry, Moda door style in Maple, finished in Java

Below we see a fresh, clean take on green in this simple glass tile, Pearl Gray Linea door style, and a light tone Cashew stain on maple. Such a fresh, bright combo that would be perfect for a bathroom, laundry, or kitchen.

Dura Supreme Cabinetry, Linea door style in Pearl paint, and Maple Cashew chip with pale green glass subway tile

Dura Supreme Cabinetry, Linea door style in Pearl paint, and Maple Cashew chip with pale green glass subway tile

Deep Greens

Below we see another one of Dura Supreme’s Curated Colors, Rock Bottom, applied in a laundry room. Note the deep green picked up in the wall tile as well.

Dura Supreme cabinetry with Rock Bottom finish in a laundry room

Dura Supreme cabinetry with Rock Bottom finish in a laundry room

And here is Sherwin Williams’ Jasper finish, looking great with brushed brass hardware.

Dura Supreme cabinetry in Sherwin Williams' Jasper Personal Paint Match finish, paired with brushed bronze hardware and the Classic White paint sample.
Dura Supreme cabinetry with a

Gray-Greens

There are also some great gray-greens out there, like Sherwin Williams’ Attitude Gray shown below, which gives more of a muted nod toward green. Note the beveled inside edge profile of Dura Supreme’s Lauren door style mimicked in the angles of the hexagonal tile, like they were made for each other!

Dura Supreme cabinetry, Lauren door style in Attitude Gray finish

Dura Supreme cabinetry, Lauren door style in “Attitude Gray” Personal Paint Match finish

With the world as chaotic as it is right now with regard to the pandemic, amid many other types of upheaval, people want a sense of calm in their life. Color is the one thing we are always surrounded by, and so it makes sense to use it to our advantage in creating environments that give us a sense of peace and respite from the outside world. The greens out there are perfect for this!

Sandy is the Lead Designer for Dura Supreme Cabinetry with 15+ years of involvement in the field of Kitchen & Bath Design and a degree in Interior Design. Sandy’s experience ranges from running all aspects of a Design+Build firm to creating beautiful cabinetry designs at Dura Supreme. She has been a judge through the Builders Association of the Twin Cities for their semi-annual Parade of Homes Tour and is continually inspired by creative uses of space, appreciating projects where form and function are blended seamlessly.

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