White kitchen with blue-gray island and Brittanicca ™ worktop. The kitchen is a coastal single wall kitchen idea with medium tone wood floors in Boston with white cabinet doors, stainless steel appliances with white backsplash, island, built-in sink and shaker doors that illuminate the pelmet, kitchen island, bookcase. Simply pair blue L-shaped kitchen cabinets with white granite countertops and your kitchen will look simple yet elegant.
It’s also a color that pairs well with all kitchen hardware colors, from nickel to brass and even matte black. This shade of blue is unusual in a kitchen and goes well with different colors such as white and wood floors. You can mix rustic design with light wood colors with a darker shade of blue. You can have a unique floor pattern, even in bright colors, to make your kitchen look fun.
There are also plenty of kitchen cabinet ideas with white wall cabinets, blue base cabinets and blue islands. If you’re trying to get the look of a navy blue kitchen but navy cabinets are too durable, a smart idea for a painted kitchen is to paint the walls instead. Installing a blue cabinet creates a contrasting look in the kitchen.
You can see that these spaces are different, but they work very well together. Studio McGee chose a deep blue color for the navy blue kitchen island in the laundry room, which is so pretty and goes so well with the tile pattern on the floor. Studio McGee also added a wall sconce over the window, and designer Shea McGee thinks it helps define the kitchen corner as her little corner. Between the kitchen and the common room we spend 95% of our time, so it should be open and have a lot of space.
Even now, looking at this kitchen of the 80s, it is hard to believe that it once was like that. When I first saw this kitchen online, I immediately knew what I wanted to do with it. The renovated kitchen looks much brighter and bigger. When you have a large kitchen, you obviously want it to be beautiful, warm, and inviting.
This framed shaker kitchen pairs warm navy blue tones with light, airy white open shelves, creating a crisp contrast that isn’t overwhelming. This classic navy blue kitchen shaker looks great against soft wood floors and contrasting countertops. The navy blue color combined with the granite countertop will make your kitchen look ultra-modern. Our selection of the best navy blue kitchen ideas highlights how navy blue can enhance a kitchen by adding depth and ambience to the heart of your home.
When you browse Houzz or Pinterest, you’ll see deep, bold blues like our Bleu for islands, base and wall cabinets in white or cream kitchens. For fans of modern kitchens, dark blue can be very popular when paired with stylish, clean cabinets. A dark blue edge on the edge of a white or cream kitchen elevates the color scheme without overwhelming the look.
If colorful kitchen cabinets are a bit too far for your taste, go ahead with a limited amount of navy blue. Create a quiet kitchen by pairing off-white perimeter cabinets with a blue island.
Dark blue lower cabinets (Colonial Blue, Kitchen Magic) and white upper cabinets complete the kitchen’s two-tone look. Here, navy blue cabinets give this open-plan, shaker-style kitchen a very sleek and sophisticated feel. We love how this kitchen pairs the trend of dark and gloomy tones like navy blue and black with Swanbridge countertops and white cabinetry for a bright and balanced space. Matte blue pendant lights, Swanbridge countertops, white shaker cabinets and a Scottish pearl tile backsplash match the sophisticated coastal style of this light and airy kitchen by Bria Hammel Interiors.
This elegant navy and white kitchen makeover features soft white Cambria Weybourne marble countertops and laminated edges for outstanding durability. This white kitchen infuses warmth and movement with Brittanicca Warm Matte countertops and bright blues on the island (Dress Blues, Sherwin Williams). A clever white marble kitchen countertop idea and white walls paired with bright blue cabinets and a white backdrop make the room bright, fresh and airy.
A light wood countertop will add warmth and make the kitchen cozy and inviting. Walnut tones are beautiful and rich and look great when paired with white and blue as seen in the kitchen. Dark blue walls pair beautifully with all your favorite kitchen tones: warm woods, sophisticated grays and crisp whites.
This gray and blue kitchen combines the traditional structure of a frame cabinet, but adds a modern touch by making it handleless. A sleek modern navy blue kitchen with a white kitchen island and matching countertop and a gray breakfast table, a sleek taupe kitchen with a navy blue kitchen island and copper touches that make it look more sophisticated and shiny. Sherwin Williams Nawal founded this kitchen and doesn’t let feminine décor (like curtains and flowers) look over the top and delicate. This Hampton-inspired kitchen offers understated coastal style with British countertops and a pale gray kitchen island with a hint of blue (Gray Timber Wolf, Benjamin Moore) against crisp white cabinets and warm oak floors.
The combination of subway tiles, shades of blue, wood floors and rustic kitchen cabinets is perfect for creating a classic and traditional setting. Subway tiles are an easy solution in a classic coastal kitchen and always look good, but Studio McGee wanted to do something a little different, so we took a 2×8 bright white subway tile, laid out in a herringbone pattern, This way you can see everything around you. Scope, we raised it to the ceiling for dramatic effect.