There are so many varieties of blues available, each with their own personality, that you’ll be sure to find the perfect blue for your kitchen.

Deep royals add a touch of class, while turquoises can suggest modernity. The key is choosing the right blue to reflect your personality. Soft blues work well with oak work surfaces, while bright blues are great as accents in neutral colour schemes.

Take a look at some of the examples we’ve compiled of how you can use this really versatile colour in your own kitchen.


Great blue kitchen ideas from our customers

Broadoak Painted - The Kitchen People kitchen

Broadoak Painted

Budget: £12k - £16k

Designed & Installed by: The Kitchen People, Lindfield

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Real Kitchen of the Month July 2012
Broadoak Painted - Fearon Bros kitchen

Broadoak Painted

Budget: £16k - £20k

Designed & Installed by: Fearon Bros, Newry

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Real Kitchen of the Month December 2011
Inzo (matt white) - Ice Interiors kitchen

Inzo (matt white)

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Ice Interior Ltd, Lymington

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Izari - Staffordshire Kitchens & Bedrooms kitchen

Izari

Budget: £16k - £20k

Designed & Installed by: Staffordshire Kitchens & Bedrooms, Newcastle under Lyme

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