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You may remember Kermit, famous frog and Muppet, singing, “Green can be Pantry Cabinet big like a mountain, or important like a river, or tall like a tree.” Kitchen designer Space Craft Joinery proves that green can also be retro and fresh, as seen in this vibrant Adelaide, Australia, kitchen. Carried out on a tight budget and satisfying the clients’ love of bright colors, the renovation transformed a formerly cramped kitchen into a generous space for cooking up family meals. Owners Simon and Ruth King say the highly functional kitchen is now “the hub of the home” for family and friends. "Room at a Glance Wanting to retain the character of the kitchen, the designers amplified the original Pantry Cabinet 1950s styling with a verdant green and white palette, and added curved detailing above the open shelves. The new cabinetry replicates the old. A double ceramic sink, Pacini oven and Miele dishwasher, along with cleverly concealed pull-out recycling bins, make for an up-to-date and functional space despite the retro styling. To stay within budget, the clients painted the medium-density fiberboard doors and framework themselves after the installation. Each cabinet is finished with a custom flower-shaped ceramic knob. “It takes a lot of care and attention to detail in order to blend the old with the new in this seamless Pantry Cabinet fashion,” Ellen says. “It is a very individual, eccentric and homey kitchen that really harks back to the origins of the bungalow, but with all the mod cons of a newer, more modern kitchen,” the designer adds.Space Craft JoineryA tiled backsplash with a horizontal band of glass tiles in white, lime green and apple green mediates the space between the upper and lower cabinets. Displayed in open storage above the counter, the couple’s Pantry Cabinet collection of retro canisters and other useful yet decorative items is well suited to the look of the new kitchen. The green marble counter gives Ruth the space she needs for baking and making what Ellen describes as “delights such as apricot jam, lemon butter and her legendary Pantry Cabinet onion jam.”"