Blue is one of my favorite colors to work with. It’s one of the most popular colors in design because of its relaxing quality. Being such a versatile color, there are many different tones of blue that capture various styles and character. While most people choose a neutral palette for the kitchen, the second most popular option would be blue. Blue cabinets can suit a number of looks and bring a lot of personality to the space. For staging, it’s best to stick with neutrals, but for a home you plan to live in for a while, blue cabinets could be the exact thing you need to spice up your kitchen.
An elegant wallpaper blends with the robin’s egg blue cabinets to create a charming look for this small kitchen.
An antiqued stain gives these blue cabinets an upscale cottage appeal.
Turquoise gets a contemporary spin in this kitchen, mixed with grey accents and fun patterns.
Dark blue lacquered cabinets have a rich beauty that contrasts nicely with the rustic wood floors.
The stark contrast of the white marble against the deep blue cabinets looks luxurious, especially with the gold accents.
A grey-blue is a nice in between of neutral and colorful and has a comfortable, contemporary look.
Two-tone kitchen cabinets have become a popular look for the interest and depth they bring to a space. Mixing the blue with the white gives this kitchen a fresh style.
Blue on the subway tile and matching island gives a nice accent to this otherwise stark white kitchen.
Blue cabinets play well off the heavy wooden island in this rustic, country kitchen.
A darker blue on the island against the soft tone of the cabinets creates dimension and visual interest.
Would you ever consider painting your kitchen cabinets blue?