Blue Tile In The Kitchen: What You Need To Know
Indeed, blue kitchens are super hot at this moment. For many years, people told us not to utilize blue in the kitchen since they believed the color blue was suppressing the appetite. Today, more and more people are becoming a convert, and many cool shades of blue invade the kitchen, including tools, decorations, and backsplashes.
In particular, navy blue is an exquisite, sensational backsplash color decision. No wonder it is gaining momentum now. It truly looks eminent when matched with medium to dark wood hues, as well as shades of orange since they are complementary colors on the color wheel. Also, check out our navy blue tile ideas and photos above to see how luxurious and rich this shade is.
Cobalt blue usually takes center stage once in every decade and is presently getting the spotlight. However, I will not suggest utilizing a color for your backsplash because it’s popular, as the cost and bother of changing it once the trend dies are too high. Thus, in case you are not sure you want this shade of blue tile in your kitchen for long, you can paint it on the wall instead. Also, it’ll be a lot simpler (also less expensive) to change it in the future.
On the other hand, if you definitely love this color, whether it is on trend or not, then go for it! Moreover, it’s almost similar to the shade of blue jeans, which we always pair with any color. As a result, this means you can use it as a neutral shade, which is flexible enough to match your design or theme.