Inspiring Spaces: Blue Kitchens

Inspiring Spaces: Blue Kitchens

All shades of blue are making their way into the interior design world in a big way. So when the Pantone color of the year was announced to be "Classic Blue", we weren't surprised. 

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Pantone Color of the Year 2020, Leatrice Eiseman Quote.

But what is (delightfully!) surprising, is how many kitchens we are seeing in high design and beyond that take on blue as the primary color in the space. I'm all for a clean white kitchen, don't get me wrong, but these beautiful blues are tempting. we've put together some of our favorites along with some Laura of Pembroke products that can help you accomplish the look!

Design by Sally Gotfredson /  Studio at One Kings Lane  

Photo and design credit: Sally Gotfredson

I love how this kitchen incorporated two different shades of blue in their cabinetry. Here's how Laura of Pembroke can help you get the look:


Get the Look If you aren't sure you want to commit to blue for the entire kitchen, adding a secondary color in cabinetry for the island, wet bar, or butler's pantry is a great way to add some blue to your space! We love the natural tones and textures in this kitchen with a beautiful blue island:

Photo and design credit: Devol Kitchens

Another trend that seem to be on the rise... rattan! wicker! They're baaaack! We just came back from the Atlanta home and gift show, and you literally couldn't step foot in a showroom without seeing something with a rattan-ish element! 

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So the question is, are you willing to take the chance on something out of the box? Do you think blue hues in the kitchen are here to stay, or just a trend? We would love to hear what you have to think! 

And because it was so hard just to pick a couple, here are a few more blue kitchens...

Photo and design credit: Ben Pentreath

Photo and design credit: Veranda and Meg Braff

Photo and design credit: McDonald Remodeling


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