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This All-Blue Kitchen Will Inspire You To Try The Trending Hue

Prepare to be obsessed.

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Green and blue kitchens seem to be competing for the top spot lately. But according to Google, the latter has finally won out. In 2021, blue kitchen cabinets are the third most-searched color (after white and black) — which is why TZR has gathered a bevy of inspo to help you get in on this trend. Courtesy of Kimberlee Marie Interiors / Photo by Miranda Estes
Blue from top to bottom can be overwhelming, so take notes from Abby Hetherington Interiors and skip the upper cabinets entirely. A soft teal blue on the lower half will imbue a peaceful, but still bold, vibe.Courtesy of Abby Hetherington Interiors / Photo by Lucy Call
A bright, true blue can be tricky, but relegating it to just the island will ensure it makes your kitchen pop without going overboard.@camille.kurtz
Just because you’re a minimalist doesn’t mean you can’t embrace color. This space proves that perfectly, with its sleek lines and smoky sky blue.Courtesy of Michelle Lisac Interior Design / Photo by Jennie Corti
Who says you have to stick to one shade? Mixing a light teal with a darker hue will provide unexpected dimension.Plain English Kitchens / Instagram
The cabinets, the island, the walls, the art, and even the Big Chill range match in this sweet sky blue kitchen. The monochrome scheme proves that more can be more with the right shade.Courtesy of Big Chill / Kristina Crestin Design / Photo by Jared Kuzia
Mix moody with sunny by pairing dark navy lowers with a sunny shade up top. You’ll get the best of both worlds in the most sophisticated way.Courtesy of Original BTC
In love with the shade? Go all blue everything à la Black Lacquer Design, and make the color pop even more with glossy black accents.Courtesy of Black Lacquer Design / Photo by Eron Rauch
You may not notice as first glance, but the baby blue island perfectly matches this kitchen’s backsplash. The unexpected detail makes for a fun moment in this otherwise white space.Courtesy of The Fox Group / Photo by Scott Davis

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