I cannot believe that so much time has passed since my last blog post. How is everyone doing? It’s December already?? Wow…..almost time to say goodbye to 2017. Hope it’s been a rocking year for all of you. So today let’s talk about blue kitchens. Would you go for one? I picked the colour blue because it complements almost every style that you can possibly think about. Be it Shaker style cabinetry or cool modern or all the way to bright retro, blue is the ‘it’ colour. The kitchen is a good place to experiment with colour and especially if it is one that can hardly go wrong. Let’s look at 10 of my favorite blue kitchens. What do you think? Do you like any of them?
This stunning blue kitchen with the breathtaking wallpaper from Designer’s Guild and the awesome marble shelves and brass handles is almost a dream come true..:) The talented Toronto based designer Ali Budd has used blue to bring about this dramatic transformation.
Elle Decor featured this blue kitchen with the lovely island located in a Hollywood Hills home. The vintage pendants, the white subway tiles and the stunning floor tiles by Granada Tile just reflects and complements the blue kitchen cabinetry.
This contemporary blue kitchen in a North Kensington Home in London by architects Stiff +Trevillion just goes on to show that blue sits well with any style that you want to go with.
In this kitchen, designed by Studio Muir the show stoppers are definitely the timber bar stools, the marble bar counter, the elegant pendant lights, the stunning timber floor and of course the blue color scheme.
This gorgeous kitchen by Emily Henderson is not large or big but the combination of the blue kitchen cabinetry, the vintage patterned blue tiles and a lot of natural light makes it perfect.
Isn’t this space stunning??
Blue walls, open shelving and white kitchen cabinets. This is a winning combination too.
So looking at all the above stunning kitchens in blue, there are certain things which are like a common thread in all of them.
- White marble is a definite yes as a combination with blue kitchen woodwork.
- Open shelving, though a very debatable topic in interior circles works really. Marble or timber finish is a scene stealer.
- Patterned tiles on the floor is a winner.
- Accents in brass/copper sits very well with a blue kitchen.
Is there anything else you noticed? Do share your views on the above post. Thanks.