Baby blue, sky blue, grey-blue, royal blue, peacock blue, vibrant blue, all of the way through to aqua and teal. We have left no colour of blue undiscovered within this huge run down of trendy blue kitchen designs and kitchen diner decoration. We take a visit to the base of the deep blue sea (do not worry we have not gone insane and place the chef at a diving suit, all will be shown later…) Find inspiration about incorporating blue accents in the kind of kitchen bar stools, light, tiling, paintwork, art and more – and how to comparison, or tranquil and balance the brighter tones with soothing natural and easy monochrome additions.
1 | Visualizer: Marco Podrini
A wave of blue above a kitchen wallkitchen adjoining wall, will bring a sense of freshness and a burst of energy. This aqua plot includes pops of bright yellow for additional cheer.
2 | Visualizer: Rashed Abdullah
When utilizing brightest blue, much less is more.
3 | Visualizer: Penint Design Studio
These sumptuous blue dining seats create a stunning addition to a slick blue kitchen diner, along with the accompanying white dining table matches with contrasting white cabinetry.
4 | Designer: Aegis Interiors
If blue cupboards are not sufficient, you can go all out with a glowing blue backsplash also.
5 | Visualizer: Evgeny Garchu
Glossy blue-grey closets top this white and wood kitchen, using a streak of bright white LED strip lighting operating directly beneath.
6 | Visualizer: Denis Svirid
A blue subway tile backsplash takes center stage .
7 | Visualizer: Rust Architects
These brown pub stools include an air of elegance to this blue inside, and match the adjoining wooden drawer fronts attractively.
8 | Visualizer: Marina Cherkashyna
This attractive wall mounted blue cupboard would have been a part of a color focal point all by itself. You are able to make a significant impact by creating a single great shift.
9 | Visualizer: Dmytriy Kaleniuk
If only a hint of blue is all you are after, consider incorporating blue lights beneath the counter…
10 | Visualizer: Koj Design
Blue and white checkerboard floor tiles make a great addition to a blue kitchen design, evoking a subtle 1950’s diner vibe.
11 | Designer: HAO Design Photographer: Hey!Cheese
Wood grain patterns that the doorways of those mid-blue kitchen cabinets. A natural walnut dining table works up from a principal kitchen island that’s been coated in dark tile.
12 | Designer: Mal Corboy
… Or cabinets.
13 | Designer: AU Architects
This contemporary kitchen includes room for a broad library of views, on a shelf built into the rear of the kitchen island.
14 | Visualizer: IDEADEYA design studio
Grouping blue components together as one volume can make a solid appearance. Here, a pair of darker blue painted doorways include a reversal of color nearby.
15 | Visualizer: Javier Wainstein
Alternating pub stool colors add curiosity in a strong blue kitchen.
16 | Designer: Andrew Rudoi
Do not be frightened of strong color in tiny spaces. This very small kitchen has an whole wall of vibrant blue cabinets however, the light reflective surface breaks up the colour.
17 | Visualizer: Anastasia Kuspeleva
It is possible to use kitchen bar stools and stools to throw at a quaint retro vibe also.
18 | Visualizer: Syba
Install LED strip light to highlight darkish green kitchen cabinets and walnut hardwood panelling.
19 | Visualizer: Yuliya Plaksina
Green decoration makes the supreme contrasting shade against reddish cabinets.
20 | Designer: Gradiz
Decorative wall decor provides an earthy rustic side into an otherwise blank and modern composition.
21 | Source: Delta Cocinas
You might even install color changing LEDs to provide you with additional options afterwards.
22 | Visualizer: Julia Trintsukova
On the lookout for something somewhat quirky? The connection with the fantastic outdoors is taken one step further , with the debut of a backyard hammock at the kitchen!
23 | Visualizer: Nikolay Limanskiy
An eye-catching green kitchen backsplash appears magnificent paired with aluminum kitchen accessories and glistening globe pendant lighting.
24 | Visualizer: Yulia Klyakhina
An odd modern chandelier may add panache to a very simple scheme.
25 | Visualizer: Mihail Vasin
Colour coordinated kitchen appliances such as this extractor unit can truly pull a gentle hued plot together.
26 | Designer: Grieve Gillet Andersen
Keep pendant lights easy in order to not overcomplicate a daring plot. This green backsplash and bar stick out against honey colored wood. On the very front of the principal island, a few green painted cabinets fit the extractor fan unit supporting.
27 | Visualizer: Trịnh Phương
All these exceptional kitchen pendant lights have an barely there look with their thin aluminum wire frames, so that they do not struggle for focus within peacock blue kitchen cabinets.
28 | Visualizer: Kolenik
Or how about a bit of this deep blue sea! This sea kitchen island, made by Robert Kolenik is truly an L-shape to offer space for closets and equipment.on another hand. The aquarium just has to be cleaned and stocked with meals once a month as a result of built-in feeding and filtration methods, and can be raised hydraulically at the touch of a button.