Blue Painted Wooden Kitchens Installed in Cheshire

Bespoke Furniture Kitchen in Blue by Kingston Cabinetry

Blue painted wooden kitchens are one of the most popular styles in recent years and are set to maintain their popularity.

When it comes to creating a new look for your kitchen, blue is a bold and stylish colour to use. A mix of blue and other, softer tones can look great in most kitchens. Terracotta or plaster tones to warm up your new space – for example Farrow and Ball’s beautiful ‘setting plaster’ – an ageing pink with mustard undertones – is the most popular shade of the moment. Ammonite can set off deep blues to great effect with a mix of cabinet colours or softer hues added to walls and ceilings.

A great way to introduce personality into your blue kitchen is to mix in some vintage pieces. Old wooden chopping boards, rustic storage solutions and reclaimed shelves can add a classic style to your new kitchen

Alternatively, you can choose a lighter shade of blue for some of your kitchen’s cabinets. This will make your deep blue stand out more, with the benefit of potentially making your kitchen look larger. If you’d like to have a bright, contemporary style for your new kitchen, you can go for a bold shade of quartz worktop

Another option is for an all-blue kitchen with an enormous island and plenty of seating. High-end dark blue shaker units are offset by a crisp white worktop, a mirrored splashback and beautiful handles will be a classic for years to come.

For modern style painted wooden kitchens, marble is a popular choice. This neutral shade can be used on the walls and countertops, and will give the room a luxurious, modern feel. You can use it to highlight your kitchen’s cabinets or add a bold accent to a plain one.
While blue is a bold colour, it’s still a very liveable one. It has a soothing effect that many people will find appealing. You can experiment with varying shade schemes with the colour and see what works best for you. Dark and moody, bright and fresh, modern, traditional – blue kitchens can work in any period of home.

Choosing a bold feature colour is also a good idea for your kitchen. A bold colour doesn’t have to be dark. Adding skylights and patio doors will allow light into the room. If you don’t like dark kitchens, a blue and white combination will be a more subtle option for your kitchen. This will also make it look more inviting and add some character to your space. If you’re unsure of what to choose, a darker shade of blue is a great choice for your home.

If you want to add a splash of blue to your kitchen, consider installing a backsplash in the same shade. If you have an L-shaped kitchen, you can install a large-scale blue tile backsplash to frame the room.

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