Kitchens are the heart of your home and most often your biggest investment so it makes sense to use clean color palettes and to shun trends in this space. You don’t want to look back ten, or even five years from now, and think why did I do that!

However, I do think a punch of color in a kitchen is key. It adds a bit of energy and warmth that  a stark kitchen can lack. For this week’s Tasty Tuesday, we’re finding mint to be a rather delicious choice!


The subtle hue may sit in the pastel family but in a kitchen it doesn’t feel overly feminine or soft. Instead it feels fresh and fun for the summer season. While I {sadly!} won’t be installing any mint cabinets anytime soon, I’d love to add any of these mint pieces to the loft’s kitchen!

Tasty-Tuesday-mint-roundupshop the look 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7


What do you think? Mint has been an “it” color for a while now. Are you still feelin’ it?

image 1 via // 2 // 3 & 4

What do you think?

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  1. How pretty, a pop of mint is so refreshing. I’m also partial to a bright yellow here and there in the kitchen.

    1. Love yellow too! I’m itching to feature some kitchens with that palette!

  2. Our kitchen is painted a very light mint colour and I love it! Brings that little bit of energy that you are talking about it.

  3. This is one of the best mint round-ups I’ve seen yet. I’m still completely in love with the shade – especially when it’s coating a cute BBQ like the mint and wood one pictured above. I’ve been seeing it on blogs and Pinterest lately and I can’t get enough of it.

    1. aren’t you dying over that BBQ Amy. I’m obsessed!

      1. Yes, Erin! I almost cried a bit when I realized it’s still in prototype stage. I can just picture myself standing next to it in a cute apron, flipping burgers 😉

  4. Tiny sinks, tiny cookers. Are these kitchens in England?
    I like the color, though.