Blue is a color that everyone loves – there are stunning shades to suit every room and event. Blue has become a popular color for many designers and decorators. They rock different hues in the rooms and houses they design. Blue suits modern and vintage, industrial and glamorous, coastal and rustic spaces and many other spaces, it is very relaxing and absolutely timeless. Today I am going to share a lot of blue eye candy for those of you who are a fan of blue: These will be blue kitchens in different shades. Let’s begin!
Blue kitchen cabinets
Choose your blue color and boldly rock cabinets like these, everything is possible here, from soft, pastel serenity blue and light blue to cobalt or navy blue. Light blue, serene and other peaceful hues are great for coastal, country, shabby chic and vintage kitchens, but of course you can rock them for other styles too. All shades of blue can be accentuated with brass or copper handles and fittings throughout the kitchen, making the kitchen look more glamorous.
Pastel tones are perfect for vintage, shabby chic, coastal and other styles. They pair well with white or neutral countertops, with marble or tile backsplashes. Brass and copper add glamor and chic, and mosaic tiles are a nice idea to give the furniture an eye-catching look.
Serenity blue kitchen cabinets with white marble countertops and brass accents for a retro look
Light blue vintage kitchen with white countertops and white subway tiles and brass details
Light blue vintage kitchen with metal handles and white countertops
White wall cabinets and dusty blue cabinets on the floor appear light and brass accents add elegance
Bold blue tones like cobalt and electric look really cool in retro or vintage kitchens, but also in modern kitchens. Such cabinets can be made even cooler with white marble or tile backsplashes and white or natural wood countertops that add a rustic touch.
a bold blue kitchen with light wood countertops and a mosaic tile backsplash
a bold blue kitchen with neutral countertops and brass handles for a vintage feel
a bold blue kitchen with white subway tiles and black grout that stands out
Cobalt blue kitchen cabinets with pallet wood countertops for a bold contrast
Light blue kitchen with elegant white worktops and an eye-catching backsplash made of various tiles
Vintage blue chalkboard painted cabinets and printed Roman blinds
A bold cobalt blue kitchen with white countertops and marble tiles looks chic
Parisian bistro style kitchen with bright blue cabinets
Modern kitchen in muted blue with marble backsplash and elegant cabinets
Hanging white cabinets and cobalt blue ones on the floor create a light, airy look
Vintage-style turquoise blue cabinets and lots of natural wood for a rustic vibe
Dark blue tones are perfect for modern, industrial, vintage and just plain atmospheric kitchens. To make the kitchen not so dark, you can rock white tiles and marble or opt for calm gray tones. If the kitchen is very dark and you don’t want it to visually restrict the space, try using white wall cabinets and dark blue ones on the floor – this will make the kitchen appear light.
a dark blue modern elegant kitchen with white marble and white cabinets
A small dark blue kitchen with a countertop made of saturated wood looks chic
Dark blue kitchen cabinets with marble countertops and hanging white cabinets
Dark blue cabinets and wooden countertops provide contrast
Dark blue cabinets with brass handles and mosaic tiles look very eye-catching
very dark blue kitchen cabinets with white countertops and white herringbone tiles
Blue kitchen islands
If you’re not ready to rock a bold blue kitchen yet or just can’t change the color right now, just try a blue kitchen island. This is a chic way to add a coastal or seaside feel to the kitchen or simply add a colorful touch to the room. If there are no other blue details here, you can connect the kitchen island to the room using the same countertops. Enjoy!
A dark blue kitchen island stands out in the white kitchen cabinets
A white kitchen is enhanced by a large, bold blue island covered in white to connect with the space
A vintage kitchen gets a coastal touch with a light blue kitchen island
a white vintage kitchen with a cobalt blue kitchen island and a white countertop
a white kitchen with a dark blue kitchen island and a white worktop
a white kitchen with a bright blue kitchen island reminiscent of the sea theme
A neutral kitchen is made chic with a navy kitchen island and window frames