Looking to introduce tranquility to your kitchen through color? The color blue is said to have positive effects on both the mind and body, invoking a calm nature and exuding feelings of tranquility. Said to be the color of the spirit, blue can cause the body to produce calming chemicals that help with balance and self-expression.
A calming and peaceful color, blue is associated with reliability and trustworthiness in color psychology. Using light blue in your kitchen is likely to make an impression, pairing well with an extended variety of colors and tones, from contrasting to complimentary. Like the color of the sky, light blue can bring the essence of the open-air into your kitchen and brighten up any space.
Whether used on appliances, walls, cabinets, or accessories, light blue is sure to introduce a colorful addition to your kitchen that is anything but average.
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#5024 Pastel Blue
Like the cheerful and uplifting color of the sky on a sunny day, Pastel Blue is a classic, sky blue that perfectly mirrors the natural colors of the universe. Using sky blue in your kitchen invokes optimistic feelings, being reminiscent of cloudless weather and bright times ahead. Pair with light shades, like white or cream, to invoke feelings of fluffy clouds in the sky, or with dark shades like black or espresso brown to introduce contrast to the bright tones of the color.
#5014 Pigeon Blue
A muted, slightly-gray blue, Pigeon Blue is an easy introduction to using light blue in your kitchen without overwhelming the senses. Blue colors with gray-tones pair well with both dark and light shades, and even with bright, punchy colors like yellows, oranges, or pinks. Pair with raw wooden accents or shiny metallics to really make the color pop.
#5012 Light Blue
A bright and punchy blue, Light Blue is almost tropical in its nature, introducing vibrant energy to any space through the use of color. Pair with coordinating bright colors, like yellows, oranges, pinks, or greens, to create a color palette in your kitchen that is eye-catching and jumping with personality.
#5015 Sky Blue
Dramatic and punchy both at once, Sky Blue is a bright blue with depth, accenting your kitchen with vibrant personality yet remaining sophisticated with its exotic nature. Pair with light shades, like white or cream, to really make the playful color pop.
#5023 Distant Blue
A muted blue with depth, Distant Blue introduces the tranquility of the color blue to your kitchen while maintaining a deep sophistication. Pair with light shades, like white or light gray, to uplift its more dramatic tones, or pair with bright punchy shades like orange for a playful contrast that blends both cool and warm colors at once.
#6034 Pastel Turquoise
A light blue and light green hybrid, Pastel Turquoise introduces the calming effects of an aquatic environment to your kitchen with a color reminiscent of a tropical ocean. Pair with bright colors, like orange or parrot green, to turn your kitchen into a colorful oasis at any time of year. Pastel Turquoise also pairs well with shiny metallics, like copper, chrome, or brass. Pair with raw wooden surfaces for a slightly rustic, beachy feel.
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