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Personalize Your Kitchen With Blue Cabinets
Blue is a notice-me hue, bringing personality and life to a room. From cyan to cobalt, adding a splash of blue to kitchen cabinets gives distinction to cooking spaces typically full of neutral tones. To help you select the best shade for your home, we're serving up 25 of the best blue kitchen cabinet options.Continue to 2 of 26 below.
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Versatile Shaker Cabinets
Shaker cabinets are a flexible style that works in both contemporary and traditional homes. The ones from this bright kitchen by The Shaker Kitchen Company come in coordinating shades of pale blue. The result is a cooking space that feels fresh, uplifting, and timeless.Continue to 3 of 26 below.
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Row House Remodel
The idea behind this historic row house remodel by White Arrow was to create a fresh and contemporary vibe without sacrificing the home's vintage charm. The deep blue cabinets and copper fixtures did the trick for the kitchen. Together, they have an ageless feel that pays homage to the home's original interior.Continue to 4 of 26 below.
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Designer Cabinet PanelsContinue to 5 of 26 below.
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This kitchen by Blakes London packs a delicious mash-up of materials. The handle-free base cabinets are covered with rustic wood panels, and the Shaker-style upper cupboards are painted a chic shade of blue and 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.Continue to 6 of 26 below.
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Retro Painted Cabinets
Anyone can spruce up old wood cabinetry with a few coats of paint. 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. And handcrafted ceramic tiles bring brightness and texture to the room.Continue to 8 of 26 below.
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Modern Blue CabinetsContinue to 9 of 26 below.
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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 sold by Entrance Makleri, navy cabinetry pairs beautifully with the minty blue cupboards on the left. And the leather cabinet pulls add a chic, relaxed vibe.Continue to 10 of 26 below.
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Here's a vintage-inspired cooking space that features a colorful Fiestaware collection displayed on the open shelving above the deep blue cabinetry. Marble counters and white subway tile keep this older home's kitchen, which was remodeled by Arciform, from feeling too retro.Continue to 11 of 26 below.
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Modern Farmhouse Kitchen
The owner of this house located in a small mountain town wanted a modern, 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—especially the rustic beams—in the cooking space designed by Becki Owens.Continue to 12 of 26 below.
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Blue Kitchen Island
When it comes to practical design, a white kitchen will surely stand the test of time. But if you're looking to break up the monotony, consider adding a blue kitchen island. The deep blue island in this Connecticut farmhouse remodeled by Chango and Company gives some interest and contrast to the predominantly white kitchen.Continue to 13 of 26 below.
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Kitchen Appliance PanelsContinue to 14 of 26 below.
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Fun Custom KitchenContinue to 16 of 26 below.
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Stylish Butler's Pantry
What's black and blue and impossibly chic all over? This gorgeous butler's pantry by Coats Homes. Black subway tile stylishly coordinates with the dark blue kitchen cabinets. And the light countertop prevents the room from becoming too dark.Continue to 17 of 26 below.
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Charcoal Blue Base Cabinets
This custom 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 up toward the natural wood display cupboards. The deep blue helps to calm some of the visual business.Continue to 18 of 26 below.
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The right shade of blue can instantly perk up a tired kitchen. Both the walls and cabinets in this turquoise kitchen, designed by Chad McPhail Design, are bursting with vibrant color. Even though the color is bold, the simplicity of the kitchen design—including the open wood shelving—stops it from becoming overpowering.Continue to 20 of 26 below.
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When done right, a monochromatic palette can make any room impossibly chic. Except for the butcher-block countertop and wood flooring, all the features in this kitchen by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri are an elegant shade of blue.Continue to 21 of 26 below.
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Navy Blue Cabinets
The only thing we love more than the bold navy blue cabinets in this gorgeous kitchen by Matters of Space is the encaustic tile floor. These tiles have their colorful patterns baked in, so you never have to worry about them fading.Continue to 23 of 26 below.
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Small Cottage Kitchen
A smart configuration of stylish blue cabinetry makes the most of the small square footage in this cottage kitchen featured on Livet Hemma. The tall wall cupboards and white subway tile help to draw the eyes up, making the space feel larger. And the dusty blue color gives a personalized touch to the kitchen.Continue to 24 of 26 below.
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Midnight Blue Cabinets
This design by Devol Kitchens welcomes you to the dark side with midnight blue cabinets. The metallic accents and appliances add a little sparkle to the elegant cooking space. And the white countertops, sink, and trim help to give the room definition.Continue to 25 of 26 below.
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Neutral Gray-Blue CabinetryContinue to 26 of 26 below.
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Tiffany Blue Kitchen
Tiffany blue is the star of this charming kitchen in a 1920s bungalow updated by Glamour Nest. Nope, that isn't new cabinetry. Instead, the designer revived the home's decades-old cabinets with new hardware and a couple coats of paint. The stove in this cooking space is also one of the abode's original features.