Do you know what is the most popular color used for home renovations of all kinds? This is blue! There are lots of shades of this color, it’s very versatile and gender-neutral, it’s calming and chic and never goes out of style. No wonder that there are so many blue kitchens around and if you haven’t decided how to incorporate this color into yours, here are some ideas.
Colors And Styles
Decide what shade of blue you will use or will there be several shades in décor? What other colors will you include – neutrals, white, black, greys? Make your kitchen super stylish with touches of brass. Gold or copper such shiny metals usually spruce up cold spaces and make them chic. Your style also matters and I can say that blues go well with any style, from farmhouse to industrial. If you want a moody space, prefer navy and midnight blue, if you are going for a modern light-filled space, think of pastel blues and light shades, and trendy two tone kitchens are also welcome – think navy and white or blue and white to make your space bolder.
Beautiful blue kitchen with lots of natural light, touches of gold and white countertops plus a backsplash.
Beautiful light blue kitchen with white marble countertops and a backsplash plus touches of gold and brass.
Blue farmhouse kitchen with wooden countertops, a white backsplash and pendant lamps.
Bright blue kitchen with a black tile backsplash, white stone countertops and touches of gold for more chic.
Bright blue kitchen with a white chevron tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and simple handles.
A bright blue kitchen with sleek and shiny cabinets, a neutral tile backsplash and pendant lamps plus white countertops.
A chic navy kitchen with only lower cabinets, a marble countertop and backsplash, sconces and an open shelf.
Chic two tone kitchen in white and navy, with a white marble countertop and tile backsplash plus wooden stools.
Classic blue kitchen with a white subway tile backsplash, white countertops and wooden open shelves.
A light blue kitchen in vintage style, with neutral countertops, a large hood and kitchen island plus metal stools.
As blue shades are cold, you may want to add something to make the space more inviting, and the first thing that comes to mind is wood. Rich stained wood, brass and gold, copper and plywood – all these things are sure to warm up the space. Hang some cool pendant lamps or chandeliers to make the kitchen catchy and go for cool backsplashes and countertops – they may be the same or different to add even more catchiness to the space. Try a quirky and contrasting kitchen island that will make a statement in the space, it’s a bold trend for now and it’s sure to make your kitchen even more outstanding.
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