Beautiful Blue Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

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    Blue Kitchen Cabinets

    Blue is a notice-me hue—that's why we're obsessed with kitchen cabinets in the ultra-popular color. From cyan to cobalt, cupboards like these add a splash of distinction to cooking spaces full of neutral tones. To help you select the best shade for your home, we're serving up the 29 best blue kitchen cabinet ideas.


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    Shaker Kitchen Cabinets

    Shaker cabinets are a versatile style that works in both contemporary and traditional decorated homes. The ones in this bright kitchen by The Shaker Kitchen Company are in coordinating shades of pale blue. The result is a cooking space that feels fresh, uplifting and best of all, timeless.

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    Row House Kitchen

    The idea behind this historic, row house remodel by White Arrow was to create a fresh and homey vibe without sacrificing the abode's vintage charm. The blue cabinets and copper fixtures did the trick. Together they give the kitchen an ageless twist that pays homage to the home's original interior.

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    Designer Cabinet Panels

    If you crave color and interesting texture in your white kitchen, you'll love designer panels designed to update mass-produced furniture instantly. The blue cabinet panels used in this home sold by Entrance Makleri are by Super Fronts. The company sells insanely stylish accessories and components that fit many of IKEA's most popular sideboards and cabinets.

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    Modern Rustic Kitchen

    This incredibly stylish kitchen by Blakes London packs a delicious mash-up of materials and textures. The handle-free base cabinets are covered with rustic wood panels. The Shaker-style, upper cupboards painted a chic shade of blue, are lined with glossy subway tile. The sleek backsplash and countertop are both Carrera marble. All the elements beautifully complement each other resulting in a super stylish cooking space.

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    Cutout Cabinet Pulls

    Bold blue cabinets add zing to this small, apartment kitchen featured on Historiska Hem. The cute, cutout cabinet handles eliminate the need for pricey knobs or pulls. You'll need a power tool called a router to DIY.

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    Retro Kitchen Cabinets

    Anyone can spruce up old, wood cabinetry with a few coats of paints. The cupboards in this New York City loft renovated by Space Exploration Design were treated to a shade called Hague Blue by Farrow and Ball. Round wood cabinet knobs add retro flair for a fraction of the cost of metal hardware. We adore the handcrafted, ceramic tiles that bring room brightening dimension.

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    Modern Blue Kitchen Cabinets

    An electric shade of blue brings out the beauty of this timber countertop. Our favorite feature in this contemporary kitchen designed by C2 Architecture is the redwood wrapped vent hood. The reclaimed material came from locally sourced wooden water tanks.

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    Two Tone Kitchen Cabinets

    For a modern look that will stay fresh for years to come, don't be afraid to add a unique cabinet color to the mix in your kitchen. In this Swedish apartment recently sold by Entrance Makleri, navy cabinetry pairs beautifully with the minty blue cupboards on the far left. The lovely, leather cabinet pulls add a chic, relaxed vibe.

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    Fiestaware Kitchen

    Here's a vintage-inspired cooking space that features a colorful Fiestaware collection displayed above vibrant blue cabinetry. Marble counters and Carrara white, subway tile keep the kitchen located in this midcentury home remodeled by Arciform from feeling too retro.

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    Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

    The owner of this house located in a small mountain town wanted a modern and bright kitchen that echoed its rural landscape. So, the lower cabinets were painted a soft shade by Benjamin Moore called Van Courtland Blue to set the rustic tone. The color brings out the beauty of all the farmhouse-inspired features in the cooking space designed by Becki Owens from the industrial-style pendant lights to rustic ceiling beams.

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    Eat-in Kitchen

    Make white metal accents in your kitchen pop by pairing with blue cabinetry. Here, stainless steel appliances and chrome fixtures shine in this eat-in cooking space designed by Maya Wilson Interiors.  

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    Blue Kitchen Island

    Sure, when it comes to enduring style, a white kitchen will surely stand the test of time. But if you're looking to break up the monotony of a stark white cooking space, consider adding a blue kitchen island as shown in this Connecticut farmhouse remodeled by Chango and Company.

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    Kitchen Appliance Panels

    Disguise your kitchen appliances with custom cabinet panels. Here, several were affixed to a panel ready fridge to match the blue cupboards in this elegant cooking space designed by Meriwether Inc.

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    Flat Front Kitchen Cabinets

    Gorgeous gold details give these custom blue cabinets by Naked Kitchens a chic and eclectic vibe. We appreciate how the flat front cabinetry blends seamlessly with the rest of this home.

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    Turquoise Kitchen

    This highly personalized eat-in kitchen by Twelve Chairs Boston is bursting with color. The turquoise kitchen cabinets are both fun and sophisticated. They perfectly coordinate with the cute banquet bench in the breakfast nook. Beautiful stems and branches add a blast of greenery.

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    Butler's Pantry

    What is black and blue and impossibly chic all over? This gorgeous butler's pantry by Coats Homes. Swanky, black subway tile takes the blue kitchen cabinets to the next stylish level.

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    Eclectic Kitchen

    Are matchy-matchy kitchen cabinets becoming passé? Perhaps, according to this eclectic kitchen built by McCormack Joinery. The lower cabinets mirror the space's oak parquet floors using wood panels. After applying the timber tiles, they were stained a greenish shade of blue. The cabinet's bright color combined with its geometric mosaic design unifies all the unique features in the space from the concrete countertops to wood cupboards.

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    Charcoal Blue Kitchen

    This midsize kitchen by Mustard Architects was designed to show off the homeowner's eclectic dishware collection. The base cabinets were painted a dark charcoal blue to draw the eyes upward toward the natural wood cupboards.  

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    Laminate Cabinets

    Wall to ceiling storage can be swanky as shown in this apartment kitchen spotted on Fantastic Frank. The icy-blue, panels on each cupboard are easy to clean laminate.

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    Turquoise Kitchen

    The right shade of blue can instantly perk up a tired kitchen. Both the walls and cabinets in this turquoise kitchen decorated by Chad McPhail Design are bursting with vibrant color.

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    Monochromatic Kitchen

    When done right, a monochromatic palette can make any room in your home impossibly chic. All the built-in features in this kitchen designed by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri, except for the butcher block countertop, is an elegant shade of blue including the cabinetry.

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    Two Tone Kitchen

    Any home chef would love to cook in this appealing kitchen by Blakes London. The room features cabinets in two different shades of blue with a counter to ceiling subway tile wall.

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    Navy Blue Kitchen Cabinets

    The only thing we love more than the bold, blue base cabinets in this gorgeous kitchen by Matters of Space is the encaustic tile floor. Tiles like these have their colorful patterns baked in, so you never have to worry about them fading.

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    Small Cottage Kitchen

    A smart configuration of stylish blue cabinetry makes the most of the small square footage in this tiny, cottage kitchen featured on Livet Hemma. The tall wall cupboards create plenty of storage room for dishes and glasses. The three drawer, base cabinet wrangles flatware and various sundries. The remaining base cabinets keep cookware and the trash can out of sight.

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    Midnight Blue Kitchen Cabinets

    This sun-drenched kitchen by Devol Kitchens welcomes you to the dark side with midnight blue cabinets. Metallic accents and appliances add a little sparkle to the elegant cooking space. 

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    Periwinkle Kitchen

    Light and Dark Blue Kitchen
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    Periwinkle cabinetry line the walls in this open kitchen by Ivan House Design. To get the wood grain effect shown above paint primer wasn't applied before painting.


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    Farmhouse Kitchen

    Bright white counters top off the blue cupboards in this farmhouse-inspired kitchen by Studio McGee. Folksy walnut shelving brings texture and warmth.

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    Luxury Kitchen

    This lavish kitchen designed by Grant K. Gibson is anything but cookie cutter. Here, juicy details such as the La Cornue CornuFé Stove and Carrara marble countertop elegantly blend with sensible cabinet storage.


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    Tiffany Blue Kitchen

    We are huge fans of any décor project that blends vintage elements with a sleek modern design. This charming kitchen in a 1920s bungalow updated by  Glamour Nest is one of our all-time favorites. Nope, this isn't brand-new cabinetry. Instead, the designer revived the home's decades-old cabinets with new hardware and a couple of coats of vibrant teal paint. The stove in this cooking space is one of the abode's original features.