Blue seemed like an unpopular color to consider for the kitchen. Nevertheless, as more and more kitchen interior designers submit to modern design trends, blue is has become more popular for the kitchen than ever. If you ever want a blue-themed kitchen, or if you are curious as to how it would look like, read on:
- Blue works great with stone – One of the best things about blue is that it works well with gray stones. Of course, who would not want to consider stone flooring for his kitchen? Stone flooring is great – it is durable and very easy to clean. Also, it is very easy to access since it is being sold by so many tile suppliers nowadays.
- Create a country look with brown – If you want your kitchen to have a very country, log-cabin look, you might want to consider combining it with brown. For a balancing effect, white should go between these two colors wherever it looks good. Since brown blends with blue – light blue in this case, you should consider having as much wooden furniture and fixtures as possible.
- Play with mirrors and glass – Blue is a color that is associated with water and the sky. And what element in the kitchen can associate well with water and sky – glass, of course. Thus, it is always a good idea to combine mirrors and other glass elements in decorating your blue-schemed kitchen. For example, you can have a very huge glass dining table, or you can consider displaying your wine glasses upside down above the kitchen counter.
- Dare to go all blue – If blue is a color that you definitely love, you should never be afraid to go all-blue with your kitchen. You can use up to three different shades of blue and you still will not be able to mess up the look of your kitchen. Just make sure you use white to create a balancing effect. Also, one of your blue shades should at least be sky blue.