It’s the colour of the sky and of the ocean, which is likely why there’s something innately tranquil about the colour blue — and why it’s such a natural hue for the heart and hearth of the home. Navy cabinets feel sophisticated paired with marble counters, while periwinkle appliances have a playful edge.

The blue colour in the home is, without exception, striking and elegant, and when located in the kitchen, the heart of every home is an even more beautiful sight. If you are considering this wonderful colour for your new kitchen, you are in a good place because Classic Blue is the colour of 2020, according to Pantone.

You can use blue in the kitchen in countless ways. It can be added by blue tones of kitchen furniture or adding small decor across kitchen surfaces. These can be lamps, featured wall, pictures, chairs, tiles etc.

For inspiration, see the wonderful photos below.

There’s a various ways you can bring it into your kitchen:

1. Kitchen Cabinets

Navy blue has been a popular kitchen cabinet colour lately, but slightly lighter and bolder Classic Blue and similar hues could give navy a run for its money. See blow how blue adds depth and richness to an otherwise white-and-wood kitchen.

2. Appliances

Colourful kitchen appliances have been another recent kitchen trend on the rise. The beautiful blue range and matching hood can be simply stunning.

3. Backsplash

You can also go for a blue tiled backsplash. This can be a more wallet-friendly way to introduce the colour in your kitchen, especially if your backsplash is relatively small.

4. Furniture and Decor

You can add blue to your kitchen in even smaller doses, such as through furniture, artwork and decorative accessories. This is one of the easiest and low-commitment ways to add color to a home. If you enjoy constantly changing the look and feel of your home, and playing with the latest trends, think about adding trendy color via decorative accessories.

5. Flooring

It’s important to mention that you should never pick a colour to decorate with just because it’s trendy. That being said, if you like a colour that has been deemed a Color of the Year, then it’s a good time to shop for furnishings and materials in that hue because it will be easier to find.

Take your flooring. This is not something you are going to change out every time Pantone or your favourite paint brand announces a new Color of the Year, especialy if you decide to go with tiles. So make sure you truly love it, and then go for it.

Have any questions about your tiling project?  Give us a call at 0224584524 or fill out a form below. We offer friendly and professional advice on all matters relating to tiling.

It’s the colour of the sky and of the ocean, which is likely why there’s something innately tranquil about the colour blue — and why it’s such a natural hue for the heart and hearth of the home. Navy cabinets feel sophisticated paired with marble counters, while periwinkle appliances have a playful edge.

The blue colour in the home is, without exception, striking and elegant, and when located in the kitchen, the heart of every home is an even more beautiful sight. If you are considering this wonderful colour for your new kitchen, you are in a good place because Classic Blue is the colour of 2020, according to Pantone.

You can use blue in the kitchen in countless ways. It can be added by blue tones of kitchen furniture or adding small decor across kitchen surfaces. These can be lamps, featured wall, pictures, chairs, tiles etc.

For inspiration, see the wonderful photos below.

There’s a various ways you can bring it into your kitchen:

1. Kitchen Cabinets

Navy blue has been a popular kitchen cabinet colour lately, but slightly lighter and bolder Classic Blue and similar hues could give navy a run for its money. See blow how blue adds depth and richness to an otherwise white-and-wood kitchen.

2. Appliances

Colourful kitchen appliances have been another recent kitchen trend on the rise. The beautiful blue range and matching hood can be simply stunning.

3. Backsplash

You can also go for a blue tiled backsplash. This can be a more wallet-friendly way to introduce the colour in your kitchen, especially if your backsplash is relatively small.

4. Furniture and Decor

You can add blue to your kitchen in even smaller doses, such as through furniture, artwork and decorative accessories. This is one of the easiest and low-commitment ways to add color to a home. If you enjoy constantly changing the look and feel of your home, and playing with the latest trends, think about adding trendy color via decorative accessories.

5. Flooring

It’s important to mention that you should never pick a colour to decorate with just because it’s trendy. That being said, if you like a colour that has been deemed a Color of the Year, then it’s a good time to shop for furnishings and materials in that hue because it will be easier to find.

Take your flooring. This is not something you are going to change out every time Pantone or your favourite paint brand announces a new Color of the Year, especialy if you decide to go with tiles. So make sure you truly love it, and then go for it.

Have any questions about your tiling project?  Give us a call at 0224584524 or fill out a form below. We offer friendly and professional advice on all matters relating to tiling.