Baby blue, sky blue, grey-blue, royal blue, peacock blue, vivid blue, all the way through to aqua and teal. We’ve left no shade of blue undiscovered in this massive run down of cool blue kitchen designs and kitchen diner decor. We even take a trip to the bottom of the deep blue sea (don’t worry we haven’t gone mad and put the chef in a diving suit, all will be revealed later…) Find inspiration on adding blue accents in the form of kitchen bar stools, lighting, tiling, paintwork, artwork and more – plus how to contrast, or calm and balance the brighter tones with soothing natural and simple monochrome additions.
Visualizer: Eugenia Anfilova
Sitting mid way between the blue and green spectrum, this teal kitchen decor looks rich when put with wood and gloss black cabinets. Chrome pendant lights stand out against the colour dense backdrop. A Fornasetti plate decorates a plain teal end wall. Teal bar stool legs give the scheme a perfect and unusual finishing touch.
Visualizer: Orange Graphics
Copper kitchen bar stools are bang on the metallics trend, and work perfectly with the warm wood tone of the breakfast bar. A unique industrial style lighting installation fills the ceiling space with matching copper tones. Blue cabinets have been accessorised with tan strap handles, and complemented with a geometric patterned backsplash.
Visualizer: Penint Design Studio
These sumptuous blue dining chairs make a gorgeous addition to a sleek blue kitchen diner, and the accompanying white table fits with contrasting white cabinetry.
Visualizer: Tamara Batsmanova
A dark and dramatic blue kitchen will benefit from some special mood lighting and light reflecting metallic surfaces, like these high-end gold kitchen bar stools.
Visualizer: Marco Podrini
A wave of aqua blue over a kitchen wall, or kitchen adjacent wall, will bring a feeling of freshness and a blast of energy. This aqua scheme comes with pops of sunny yellow for extra cheer.
Visualizer: Trịnh Phương
These unique kitchen pendant lights have a barely there appearance with their thin copper wire frames, so they don’t fight for attention over peacock blue kitchen cabinets.
Designer: AU Architects
This modern kitchen has space for an extensive library of cookbooks, on a shelf built right into the back of the central kitchen island. Wooden framing warms up the all-over blue finish.
Wood grain patterns the doors of these mid-blue kitchen cabinets. A natural pine dining table runs up against a central kitchen island that has been covered in black tile. The chairs at the dining table are mismatched for an eclectic look.
Visualizer: Rust Architects
These brown bar stools add an air of sophistication to this blue interior, and complement the adjacent wooden drawer fronts beautifully. Black pendant lights, glossy black fridge and a ebony librarians ladder add weight to the scheme.
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.
Visualizer: IDEADEYA design studio
Grouping blue units together as one single volume can create a strong look. Here, a set of darker blue painted doors add a change of shade nearby.
Designer: Aegis Interiors
If blue cabinets aren’t enough, you could go all out with a bright blue backsplash too. You can always dilute the concentration a little with plenty of white and stainless steel accents.
Visualizer: Mikael Saikkonen
This Scandinavian kitchen has a wonderfully calming sky blue finish. The subtle tone is visually lifted by the introduction of rich plum coloured paint on the entry/exit door. Natural parquet flooring completes the inviting scheme.
Visualizer: Evgeny Garchu
Glossy blue-grey cabinets top this wood and white kitchen, with a run of bright white LED strip lights running directly underneath.
Visualizer: Fenix Design
A very sensible looking light grey kitchen can be given a breezy facelift by introducing a run of light blue wall cabinets.
Designer: Lugerin Architects
Charcoal grey cabinets teamed with light blue units creates a sharp contemporary room. A little bit of wood tone goes a long way in warming things up.
Visualizer: Mustafa Öner
A combination of red, white and blue is always a winner, no matter what the room. Cosy up a painted blue kitchen with a wooden worktop and a bright red toaster and kettle set. Below the blue kitchen clock, some open kitchen shelving adds to the inviting look.
Visualizer: Denis Svirid
A blue metro tile kitchen backsplash takes centre stage here.
Visualizer: Acxab Viz
Royal blue seated kitchen stools and a matching painted wall transform an unextraordinary white kitchen into something extra special. A wooden countertop visually separates the central prep area, where a fruit bowl adds a little extra colour.
Visualizer: Rashed Abdullah
When using brightest blue, less is more.
Visualizer: Javier Wainstein
Alternating bar stool colours add interest in a solid blue kitchen.
Visualizer: Marina Cherkashyna
This attractive wall mounted blue cabinet would have been enough of a colour focal point all on its own. You can make a big difference by making just one great change.
Designer: Andrew Rudoi
Don’t be afraid of strong colour in small spaces. This tiny kitchen has an entire wall of vivid blue cabinets but the light reflective surface breaks the colour up. A few indoor plants bring the design to life.
Architect: Unikat Lab
A white oven and geometric volume give this kitchen punch. A decorative vase of flowers softens the look.
Designer: Amir Navon, Galya Ben Asher, Moran Adir & Michal Gutman
Photographer: Gidon Levin
A black faucet, sink and cooker are matched by a neat little plant stand in this plain blue kitchen.
Visualizer: Dmytriy Kaleniuk
If just a hint of blue is all you’re after, try adding blue lights below the counter…
Designer: Mal Corboy
… Or the cabinets.
Source: Delta Cocinas
You could even install colour changing LEDs to give you extra options later.
Designer: Tyler Mandic
Consider using artwork to change your colour scheme. Pale marble kitchens, natural wood, plain grey or monochrome schemes lend themselves well to changing colour accents.
Or how about a piece of the deep blue sea! This ocean kitchen island, designed by Robert Kolenik is actually an L-shape to provide space for cabinets and equipment.on the other side. The aquarium only needs to be cleaned and stocked with food once a month thanks to built-in filtration and feeding systems, and is raised hydraulically at the touch of a button.
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