Why Choose Blue Kitchen Cabinets
Blue works well in bathrooms, guest bedrooms, nurseries, and…kitchen cabinets? That would be a resounding yes. While you may be tempted to settle w/ classic oak Shaker cabinets or trendy but unremarkable open shelves, colors like cobalt, navy, and azure may be just what your kitchen needs.
Even the most astute color minimalists can see the appeal of blue, and it may work wonders for cookie-cutter kitchens or spaces that are feeling boring. Of course, as with any color, there are nearly as many ways to incorporate it into your environment as there are shades of it. Tastemakers and people who love all-things-bold will welcome layers of floor-to-ceiling color, but if you’re a little more hesitant to add a splash of cornflower blue, try putting it into just your island for a pop that won’t feel overpowering.
The Impact Of Blue Kitchen Cabinets
By using more blue, you are generating an immensely relaxing ambiance that is ideal for the kitchen.
Of course, different colors will evoke slightly different emotions. Light blue, for example, is supposed to inspire creativity (ideal for coming up with new recipes), but dark blue is connected with elegance and intelligence.
Aside from the psychological aspect, blue goes well with a variety of other culinary aspects. It can work with a variety of hues such as white, black, grey, and brown. A white countertop contrasts wonderfully with the dark blue cabinets. Cabinets in sky blue go well with whites and browns. Lighter hues of the color can be coupled with grey, while darker shades, such as deep brown and black, can be paired with lighter shades.
This versatility in mixing and matching means that homeowners contemplating a kitchen renovation will have fewer headaches.
For many people, the kitchen is a sanctuary; the perfect place to rid your mind of all the day’s stresses. Like gazing at the deep expanse of the sky on a perfect summer day or taking in the sight of a deep blue ocean, a blue-centered kitchen provides a bust of freshness after a long day.
Blue kitchen cabinets are especially perfect for homeowners in hot climates, as they help balance the stuffy heat with their coolness. They work for all kinds of home styles from classical to baroque to contemporary and futuristic. A light blue looks perfect in a ranch-style home just as a dark blue does in an urban apartment kitchen.
Use the above ideas as a starting point and feel free to be as creative and unique as possible. Whatever you need, be it some words of advice or a hand in your remodeling project, we are always here to help. Do not hesitate to contact us with a question or comment.
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