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Blue kitchen inspiration ideas

The color blue is an airy, cool and a light color. Besides creating a serene and relaxing atmosphere, it is also known to instill optimism, hope and cheerfulness. When trying to introduce the color in the interiors of the home, how about designing the heart of the house with this color theme? Yes, we are talking about blue kitchens. As people hardly consider designing blue kitchens, choosing to design your kitchen with blue color will allow you to create something unique.

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Designing a blue kitchen is a very easy task today as various elements of the kitchen such as countertops, appliances and tiles can all be found in the blue color.

Countertop – a blue color countertop can be employed to set the tone of the room clearly. You will be glad to know engineered stone, granite and laminate are all available in blue color. You can select any one of these depending upon your budget and preference.

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Backsplash – You may paint or tile the backsplash in blue color. If you choose to go with painting, ensure to select gloss finish paint so that the area can be easily cleaned. Tiles will also provide a plethora of designs to introduce blue color in an impressive way.

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Neopolitan designs.

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Walls – The walls of the kitchen may also be painted in blue color. However, ensure to select light colors, or it will make the room appear small. You may also choose to paint two or three walls in a neutral color such as white or cream and blend it with blue color accent walls.

Accent pieces – Various items such as towels, cookware, jars, bottles, cutlery holders, recipe book, etc may be selected to emphasize the blue color theme further.

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Posted in Kitchen on June 3, 2011

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Stefan
Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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