Blue can change the vibe of an entire space, especially a kitchen, particularly navy with its distinct ability to create drama while evoking feelings of elegance at the same time. Like all colors, there are a lot of variations of navy out there on the market and it can be easy to quickly become lost among the sea of options, but here are 3 great examples of navy blue colors for the kitchen.
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Let's start with Benjamin Moore's Hale Navy. This color is definitely one of the most popular and well-known navy paint colors on the market. Open up any blog or peruse Pinterest and you will find space after space donning this beautiful color. Hale Navy is deep and moody, but not so dark that you lose the beauty of the blue. As seen in the photo above, the color works great on cabinetry and pairs nicely with white and brass accents.
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Ever heard of Valspar's Indigo Streamer? It has a lot more of a teal undertone to it as compared to Hale Navy, which makes it have a completely different blue vibe. The benefit to this color is it is decidedly blue and would be less likely to be confused as black in a dark room. It possesses a moody depth, but this color comes with just a bit more of a fun pizazz because of the teal. I feel like this color would pair nicely with lighter colored wood tones - think natural barstools against an island donning this color.
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And finally...This kitchen belongs to stylist Emily Henderson, and she too has a deep love for blue, especially navy! She painted some of her kitchen cabinets in Farrow and Ball's Hague Blue which is a beautiful shade of navy and one that looks striking in her kitchen. This shade of navy is really nice and works great with the brass hardware. The brass and the colorful art and foliage really pop off this pretty navy backdrop.