Updated: Oct 31
For an eye-catching kitchen design add a splash of distinction with blue hues, that will brighten up your cooking spaces.
How about opting for a blue decor scheme? Opt between bright glossy cabinet fronts or pale blue tone. To help you select the best shade for your home, we've picked 5 of the best blue kitchen cabinet combinations.
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#1. MODERN NAVY-BLUE KITCHEN
Navy blue can turn ordinary into sensational. And nothing makes navy blue stand out as white does – this combination scores a perfect ten. It’s elegant and timeless and works well for modern kitchens. Combine with warmer elements like natural wood to soften the strong effect. A trio of pendant lights is right-on-trend and adds a dash of zing to this scheme.
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#2. TEAL BLUE KITCHEN
Teal kitchen cabinets are increasingly popular with homeowners and interior designers, as it fits well with a wide variety of styles and trends. Teal blue pairs well with various textures and materials like natural wood, stone, metal, or tile. Here Teal is complimented with white for a more toned-down look. But Teal on your cabinets also leaves you with a generous amount of complementary color pairings, as teal matches well with both bright and neutral color schemes.
#3. COBALT BLUE ISLAND FOR KITCHEN
This single-wall kitchen works well for open concept kitchens – With white cabinets and medium tone wood floor (or brown floor) a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, and quartz countertop create a peaceful and perfect look. Infuse this with a pop of blue: bold cobalt blue Island. You could add Brown leather barstools turn the feature into an eat-in counter and fill the space with warmth.
#4. SCANDINAVIAN PALE BLUE KITCHEN
In keeping with the Scandinavian aesthetic – white and blue are popular color choices in Scandi-inspired spaces, which work beautifully with natural, neutral tones. This combination is intended to be light and sunny with strategic pops of color - light wood, white glass front cabinetry, and open shelving paired with quartz countertop.
#5. BOLD BLUE KITCHEN
Go all out with a bold blue with a black accent. Deep blue is an unusual choice for a kitchen but it works well here as the white walls keep it from being overbearing. This blue kitchen features sleek, handle-less blue cabinetry in a matte finish.
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