Your cabinets shouldn't have all the fun. Go all out with a bold, blue patterned floor.
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This beach house varies shades of blue for more dimension. Industrial-style light fixtures give it a more modern feel.
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If the contrast feels too stark between white and blue, opt for gray. The cool tones create a mellow, rela place to get your bake on.
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These blue cabinets with the black range is maybe the sexiest combo we've ever seen. The brass accents take it totally over the top.
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Who says blue has to equal bold? Pale blues can help bridge the gap between wanting to stay neutral and simultaneously wanting to play with color.
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No matter where you live, this shade of blue will transport you straight to the coast. Since this space opens onto the family room, they used the color on everything—from the island to the refrigerator panel—to help it all recede.
Stainless steel plays insanely well off blue cabinetry. The Sub-Zero refrigerator and KitchenAid combination wall oven pop out, while a GE Profile cooktop blends right into the countertop.
Little niches and ledges show off ceramics and break up cabinets in a Lake Michigan home. The blue mercury-glass pendants from complement a backsplash in blue, gray, and white.
When the budget didn't allow for a paneled kitchen, they came up with another tactic for a cozy space: stripes. Sherwin-Williams's Searching Blue coats the cabinets, while the walls use the same base color mixed 50 percent lighter and 150 percent darker.
Cobalt is a fun way to steer clear of the typical all-white kitchen. Bistro stools pull up to a bright island, while striped rugs and a Roman shade add pops of pattern.
The fish-scale pattern is perfect for a house by the sea. The interior of the lanterns in this Florida cook space features a similar hue.
This kitchen brings up all the blue with pattern on the banquette cushions and bistro chairs. It helps keep it from feeling too monochromatic.
A pale blue on the ceiling softens the 5-foot Thermador range so it doesn't overpower the kitchen. The high-gloss finish and eye-catching color make the room feel taller.
Since the living room peeks in on this Florida kitchen, blue Moroccan tiles liven it up. A shibori hand-dyed leather on the barstools adds another subtle hint of color.
Jute glass tile nods to the sea outside a Massachusetts "fisherman's shack." They even installed authentic porthole windows for a galley-like feel.
A yellow KitchenAid mixer acts as a little countertop eye candy and complements the floor in a colorful kitchen. Above the island, '60s-era Italian lamps dangle from a patterned ceiling.
We're so here for the old-fashioned navy cupboards in this Southampton, New York, house. Besides housing the cooktop and microwave, the block of color stands out among the beadboard.
Looking to do blue in a subtle way? Silver La Leaf Antique Gloss field tiles from Artistic Tile give off lots of shine and a hint of color in a Manhattan kitchen.