The New Hues: Blue, Grey & Green in the Kitchen

The New Hues: Blue, Grey & Green in the Kitchen

Nancy Mitchell
Dec 17, 2014
(Image credit: Petra Bindel)

For some time now, white has been the color of choice for kitchen cabinets. I think maybe we got fatigued by all those dark-cherry and oak cabinets in the late 90s and decided to play it safe. But now I'm noticing a new trend, one that I'm really excited about: color, especially in beautiful, cool tones like grey and green and blue, is creeping back into the kitchen.

Above: mint green cabinets in a kitchen by Petra Bindel. Doesn't this space look so cool and elegant?

A beautiful blue kitchen by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri.

(Image credit: Harper's Bazaar)

Lovely greyish-blue cabinets, accented with gold. Spotted on Harper's Bazaar.

(Image credit: Entrance)
(Image credit: Entrance)

This gorgeous minimal kitchen is from an apartment for sale by Scandinavian firm Entrance.

(Image credit: SF Girl by Bay)

Blue lowers and white open shelving, spotted on SF Girl by Bay.

(Image credit: Balingslov)

More mint green — can't get enough of this color. From Balingslov.

(Image credit: Karlavagen 76)
(Image credit: Karlavagen 76)

When I first spotted them, I completely fell in love with these grey kitchens from Karlavagen 76, a luxury apartment building in Stockholm.

(Image credit: Desire to Inspire)

A seafoamy green and navy blue, all in the same space. Spotted on Desire to Inspire.

(Image credit: Estilos Deco)

Sage green is lovely in a small kitchen from Estilos Deco.

(Image credit: Hus & Hem)
(Image credit: Hus & Hem)

Grey? Blue? Beautiful either way. Hus & Hem via Riazzoli.

(Image credit: Scandinavian Deko)

Blue cabinets and marble, from Scandinavian Deko.

(Image credit: Entrance)
(Image credit: Entrance)

Dark grey plays nice with white in a kitchen from Femina.

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