10 Beautiful Blue Kitchens To Inspire Your Next Remodel


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This Little Greene kitchen provides great room inspiration. It’s painted in Hick’s blue, with Lavaliers low wave wallpaper and a skirting in a French grey. This is a gorgeous textured space, brought to life by a patterned wallpaper and textured side board.


This grand navy kitchen is complimented beautifully by these hexagon, dotted floor tiles. The white bright flooring and splashback bring the kitchen together to create a very welcoming, modern space.


This bright cobalt blue kitchen is inspired by history and mythology in the London home of artists and designers, Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell. A graphic Balineum splashback and deep green marble worktops are the backdrop to this space with a salmon pink wall. It sure is an eye catcher.


This Midnight Blue Kitchen from Cash and Carry kitchens is seriously homely. It is practical and feels warm – perfect for busy family life. This space feels cosy and inviting.


This Step Shaker in-frame kitchen was hand painted in Little Greene Basalt. This deep, distinctive blue colour looks fabulous on doors or woodwork. The worktops are made with Silestone lagoon and there are antique mirror splashbacks either side of hob area to accentuate the blue and add some shine!


Noel Dempsey Design used a minimal palette for the finishes – painted cabinets, Corian worktops and slatted oak on the island. The result is a stunning modern kitchen with a hint of Scandinavian design. This paler blue tone gives the kitchen a lighter feel in keeping with the Scandinavian theme the design team was going for.


This bespoke scheme from O’Connors of Drumleck has been custom crafted from solid tulip wood, in a hand painted Farrow & Ball finish. The blue on the island accompanied by the white cabinetry helps to make it a standout kitchen perfect for entertaining.


This open space in a Connemara home is made seriously sophisticated with the ceiling-high, blue shaker cabinetry, brass handles and epic veined marble splashback provided by Miller Brothers Stone. A true blue showstopper. This kitchen designed by Newcastle Design also has a ceiling lantern which pours in natural daylight to really keep the calm airy feel to the space.


This is a truly beautiful space in Tipperary with views of the river Shannon through the stunning glass wall to the rear of the property. Colin Maher Design worked alongside architectural designer Rachel Carmody to achieve this bespoke design. The rich, royal blue on the textured timber cabinetry is a gorgeous combination and makes the kitchen all the more inviting. The veined marble on the countertop and splashback contain blue tones and helps to bring this water-esque space to life.


This family opted for a complete kitchen redesign. A previously small and dark room was turned into a welcoming, bright, spacious space. When it came to choosing the colour – the family used the floor tiles in the cooking area as inspiration. They created a colour scheme with a sense of unity and one that comes to life with the natural light that has been introduced. The matte blue kitchen island, combined with the white countertop, splashback and cabinetry offers a fresh feel with the navy doorway bringing it all together.

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