Blue is a color loved by everyone – it has stunning shades that can fit any space, any event. Blue has become a beloved color for many designers and decorators, they rock various shades in rooms and homes that they design. Blue can be a fit for modern and vintage, industrial and glam, coastal and rustic and many other spaces, it’s very relaxing and absolutely timeless. Today I’m going to share a lot of blue eye-candies for those of you who are suckers for blue: these will be blue kitchens of different tones. Let’s get started!
Blue Kitchen Cabinetry
Choose your color of blue and boldly rock such cabinets, here everything is possible, from soft pastel serenity blue and pale blue to cobalt or navy. Pale blue, serenity and other peaceful shades are amazing for coastal, rustic, shabby chic and vintage kitchens but of course you can rock them for other styles, too. Any shades of blue can stand out even more with brass or copper handles and touches throughout the kitchen, this way it’ll look more glam.
Pastel shades are perfect for vintage, shabby chic, coastal and other styles. They go well with white or neutral countertops, with marble or tile backsplashes. Brass and copper add glam and chic, and mosaic tiles are a nice idea to add eye-catchiness to the cabinetry.
Bold shades of blue like cobalt and electric look really cool in retro or vintage kitchens, and also in modern ones. Such cabinetry can be made even cooler with white marble or tile backsplashes and white or natural wood countertops that will add a rustic touch.
Dark blue shades are perfect for modern, industrial, vintage and just moody kitchens. To make the kitchen not that dark, you can rock white tiles and marble, or go for calm greys. If the kitchen is very dark and you don’t want it to steal the space visually, try white suspended cabinets and dark blue ones on the floor – this way the kitchen will look lightweight.
Blue Kitchen Islands
If you aren’t ready for rocking a bold blue kitchen or just can’t change the color now, try just a blue kitchen island. This is a chic way to add a coastal or seaside feel to the kitchen or just to add a colorful touch to the space. If there aren’t other blue details here, you can connect the kitchen island to the space using the same countertops. Enjoy!