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The kitchen are also lighted by a candle light chandelier that perfectly matches the blue walls and and the beams ceiling.Trulia


Tropical enclosed blue kitchen in G-shape with peninsula breakfast bar, marble countertops and tray ceiling.Source: Zillow DigsTM


Contemporary blue kitchen in L-shape with brown flat panel cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, central island breakfast bar and French doors.Source: Zillow DigsTM


Small Beach style kitchen in U-shape with beam ceiling, blue recessed panel cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and no island.Photo by Mimi Snowden Design - Search kitchen pictures


Traditional U-shaped kitchen with blue recessed panel cabinetry, built-in shelving, white subway tile backsplash and farmhouse sink.Photo by Meriwether Inc - Browse kitchen ideas


Traditional kitchen with blue recessed panel cabinetry, pendant lights and white tile backsplash.Photo by Wiley Designs, LLC - More kitchen photos


Mid-sized Contemporary dine-in-kitchen in L-shape with blue shaker cabinets, white subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and laminate countertop.Photo by Lares Design - Look for kitchen design inspiration


Mid-size beach style kitchen with blue raised panel cabinets, white subway tile backsplash, track and pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances and central island breakfast bar.Photo by ZaZood - Look for kitchen design inspiration



Designed by: POLYstudio


Designed by: POLYstudio


Photo by Studio Dearborn - Look for kitchen design inspiration


Designed by: Brain Factory







Blue is a great color to build into your kitchen design. Blue has a lot of versatility as a color and can act as a substitute for a white or a black if you pick a very light or very dark hue respectively.

Blue also is a great accentuator of texture of tiles, cabinets, or countertops, and can be adapted to a variety of different lighting conditions

Pair With White

You’ll probably end up pairing your blue kitchen items like cabinets and wallpapers with other features which are white. The contrast between blue and white can be gentle, creating a more infantile and playful look. Likewise, if you’d prefer a more serious kitchen, you can make your dark blues contrast sharply with bright whites.

This brings up the main division when developing blue kitchen ideas: do you go with a dark blue, or with a light blue?

Navy, Or Sky?

Going with a navy blue is the less popular of the two options because it tends to make your kitchen seem a bit smaller, although if used sparingly you can still pull off a beautiful design. Sky blues or baby blues are generally the better choices.

With lighter colors of blue, you’ll be able to work in appliances of all sorts, which is essential because you may not have control over the color of your appliance. This is much harder when you build your kitchen around a navy blue, as sometimes it results in too much darkness.

Natural light also reflects off of lighter blues in a very pleasant way, as opposed to being absorbed directly by darker blues. If you have strong interior lighting, navy blue is still a viable option because the reflection will bring out some shine from the darker colors.

The decision is ultimately up to you, but don’t forget two final tidbits:

  • Lighter blues are more easily discolored
  • Darker blues hide dirt and damage
  • It’s easier to repaint light blue objects than dark blue objects

The final caveat with making blue kitchen designs is to avoid incorporating too much black or orange. Black clashes too much with blue to stay pleasant and the blue/orange combination that’s so popular everywhere else tends to play out a bit awkwardly when it comes to the kitchen because of the ever-present wild card of appliance colors.

If these ideas don’t appeal to you, check out our larger gallery of custom kitchen design ideas.