If I had to nail down one colour I love most, it would be blue. In all its shades. I don’t know why, but it always makes me happy and definitely catches my eye. Like in this case – this summer house kitchen colour coded in a soft, summery blue is a sheer pleasure for my interior loving eye. The kitchen fronts, the splashback, the details – it all recalls warm summer days spent on the coast, a fresh sea breeze and loads of good and healthy food. But I digress. What caught my eye in detail? Here’s the breakdown:
- Blue Colour Coding: First and foremost, as mentioned, the blue colour coding in this kitchen is a real and instant eye-catcher. Using decorative and practical kitchen details in the same hue ties the entire setting together.
- Wooden Details: Natural, raw wooden accessories perfectly blend with blue. Be it kitchen accessories like wooden cutting boards or wooden jars or bigger elements like a wooden worktop – the combination rocks!
- Painted Kitchen Fronts: I can’t tell for sure, but the kitchen fronts look almost like painted by their owner. And that’s a great option for everyone who wants a fresh kitchen look without blowing the budget. A DIY to consider!
love the mix of materials, tiles, wood, ceramics and especially the different nuances of blue caught my eye ! best – julia
Love that it catches your eye, Julia – even though there is no real mint in it:-)
This are colors I would also like to see in my kitchen. Maybe also mixed with some greens.