When you paint your kitchen blue, it doesn't mean you have to go completely blue on all of your decor and accessories. Instead, steal an idea from Jen from The Little Things and paint only one additional item from your kitchen in a hue similar to your wall. A nice pop of color, this kitchen island looks absolutely attractive and amazing topped with bright yellow and green accessories.
Now this kitchen's walls aren't painted blue, but the door and island are both colored nicely in a lovely shade of peacock blue, a fun and unique color for the kitchen. This space is coordinated well with like-colored towels and glassware. Steal the look by painting your own two favorite spots in your favorite shade of blue.
When Jamin and Ashley remodeled their kitchen, they knew they wanted something much brighter than their boring old brown and beige. After choosing a favorite light blue shade for the walls, the couple decided to accent their space with a pretty yellow. Looking better than ever, the open shelving and chalkboard island make this country kitchen feel homey and comfortable.
Want to add some fun into your kitchen? Paint your refrigerator a bright turquoise blue! A nice addition to these vintage blue chairs, this kitchen is also accented in yellow and white. A wonderful blend of colors and decor, this is an easy way to go bold with blue in the kitchen.
A large country kitchen looks stylish when a distressed turquoise island is added to the mix. Painted and accented with light gray, the dark turquoise cabinetry is a nice contrast to the sharp and modern look to this space. With a few blue embellishments around the room, the island fits in perfectly.
Flower Patch Farmgirl made her dream country kitchen a reality when she painted her space a lovely shade of turquoise and white. With subway tile, pretty curtains and rustic accents, this is a country kitchen you'll feel true and blue in all year long. Take this look home by matching your island and curtains in the same blue, so you can add other bright accents into the space.
Another kitchen painted in light blue and accented with yellow, this industrial country kitchen is too cute for words. With these wire-caged lights, open shelving and butcher block counters, this space is not only pretty, it's cozy, bright and inviting. Steal this look for your own home — paint your walls with a light shade of blue and accent with your favorite color to make your kitchen look natural and bright.
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