Blue has always been my very favorite color. You can imagine my excitement upon seeing this kitchen on The Zhush a couple weeks ago – I’ve been thinking about blue kitchens ever since…
It’s so refreshing to see cabinets with color and the lacquered navy ones below by Miles Redd are just perfect.
I also love the lighter blues used in the next few rooms .
I love this shade with a bit of grey in it.
The walls match the cabinets in this kitchen, spotted on Houzz.
What a great inky blue in this space by Windsor Smith.
What do you think of blue kitchens? I can’t get enough!
Photo Credits: The Zhush (1), House Beautiful (2,6), Veranda (3), Pinterest (4,5,8), Houzz (7)
The Mint Museum Auxilliary is hosting an on-line auction which ends tomorrow night.
There are lots of great items to bid on so I hope you will take a moment to look through the site.
When I look at photos of different spaces and interiors, I try to distinguish what makes each room special. Often it is the choice of furniture, lighting or accessories, but sometimes it is an aspect of the room itself. These unique elements are what truly differentiates a particular space.
The staircase in this Roman palazzo is visually interesting and captures your attention.
The bold turquoise walls in this living room set an upbeat and eclectic tone, there is interesting ceiling detail as well.
The architectural details in this Beaux Arts apartment provide a lovely aesthetic “frame” for the room.
This Manhattan penthouse stands out with its floor-to-ceiling windows.
I love the tile work in this kitchen. It makes the space truly one-of-a-kind.
Interiors like these are exciting for me to see.
Do you have a room in your home that is defined by a unique element?
Photo Credits: Architectural Digest (1-5)