20 Blue and White Kitchens That Feel Like a Breath of Fresh Air

Navy and White Kitchen

Pair bright white with navy blue for a crisp coastal look. Emily Henderson Design combined bright white wall paint, cabinetry, and countertops with bold navy paint on the base cabinetry and peninsula. A navy roller shade on the window ties it all together.

Blue Butcher Block Island

Pair blue base cabinetry with butcher block countertops for a warm modern feel. Finding Lovely topped the kitchen island with butcher block that matches open shelving to add a rustic note.

Accent Navy With Gold

Pair navy cabinetry with gold accents to refresh a traditional kitchen. Ashley Montgomery Design complemented dark navy base cabinets with two styles of brass cabinet pulls and bright white countertops for a classic modern look.

Blue Tiles and Walnut Wood

A full wall of deep blue backsplash tiles creates a rich backdrop for pale blue-ish white cabinetry and walls and rich walnut wood finishes and furniture. Tyler Karu Design + Interiors completed this moody coastal kitchen with brass accents and black stone countertops.

Pale Blue and White Kitchen

Light blue base cabinets will add a touch of color to an all-white kitchen while preserving an airy, open feel. Marie Flanigan Interiors contrasted the cool palette with an antique French butcher block table in place of a cumbersome island.

Teal and White Kitchen

Teal paint that straddles the line between green and blue will add rich color to a traditional blue-and-white kitchen. Studio Peake paired painted teal cabinetry and a small island with dark wood glass-front cabinetry and bright white countertops for a high-contrast look.

Blue Range White Marble

An easy way to introduce color to a white kitchen decorated with high-end finishes like marble, stone tile flooring, and hardwood cabinetry is by choosing colorful appliances. Marie Flanigan Interiors added color to this traditional kitchen with a blue range for a custom look.

Medium Blue and White

A soothing shade of medium blue will add definition to an open-plan kitchen dining room. Studio Peake paired sleek flat-front blue cabinetry with pale gray backsplash tiles and open shelving decorated with colorful glassware and art that adds personality to the otherwise all-white kitchen.

Patterned Tile Backsplash

A blue and white patterned tile backsplash will tie together white and blue tones throughout the kitchen. Erin Williamson Design created a focal point with blue and white patterned tile paired with white cabinetry and countertops. Hardwood floors and leather bar stools add warmth.

Blue Gallery Wall

Introduce shades of blue to a white kitchen with colorful wall art or decor. Becca Interiors hung a gallery wall of seascape paintings above the banquette in this coastal kitchen decorated with antiques for a cozy feel.

Blue Shiplap Kitchen

Add texture to your kitchen cabinetry with vertical shiplap. Studio Peake painted cabinetry and pantry doors in a medium shade of navy in this London basement kitchen. White marble countertops and backsplash creates contrast.

Blue Stained Wood Cabinets

Stain your cabinets in a deep blue hue that will allow the wood grain to show through while adding color. Kate Marker Interiors structured this rustic blue and white kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry stained blue.

Checkerboard Kitchen Floor

Combine dark blue upper and lower cabinetry with white walls, a simple white subway tile backsplash, woven accents, modern lighting, and classic black and white checkerboard floor for a timeless mix of old and new, like this kitchen from Erin Williamson Design.

Gold-Toned Pendant Lights

Elevate your blue and white kitchen with bold gold-toned pendant lights. Michelle Berwick Design mixed brass hardware and a trio of shiny brass pendant lights over the kitchen island to add a polished finish to this modern space.

Coastal Cottage Kitchen

Decorate a small coastal cottage kitchen with shades of blue and white. Michelle Berwick Design paired dark blue cabinetry with silver-toned accents for a cool-toned feel.

Blue Tile Backsplash

Cover your backsplash with luminous light blue tiles to complement a traditional kitchen that features white walls and rich wood tones. Emily Henderson Design ran the backsplash all the way up the walls and around the windows of this L-shaped kitchen.

Pale Blue and White Kitchen

Add nuance to a subtle light blue and white kitchen by mixing matte and shiny finishes. Tyler Karu Design + Interiors paired matte blue cabinetry with gleaming backsplash tiles. Dark stone countertops and open wood shelving add dimension to the airy space.

Blue and White Decor

Decorate your kitchen with blue and white decor accents like patterned china to add a nostalgic feel. Finding Lovely filled a vintage vase with blue flowers and displayed a pair of china plates that complement the blue and white patterned tile backsplash in this modern farmhouse kitchen.

Blue Tile Backsplash

A gleaming deep blue tile and stained wood backsplash adds a warm feel to this Maine kitchen from Tyler Karu Design + Interiors. White walls and cabinetry with rose gold hardware, modern lighting, and marble countertops complete the cozy space.

Blue and White Dining Nook

Top a white wood wrap-around banquette with pale blue upholstered cushions to create a light and breezy breakfast nook. White Sands Design Build finished the space with navy throw pillows, a natural wood farmhouse table, and a pair of black wood chairs that provide extra seating.

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