White Upper And Blue Lower
Following the trend in kitchen remodeling is always fun and the best way is to be convertible and flexible. Upper white and lower blue cabinets are the hooked examples of this trend.
Photo Credit | ReVision Design/Remodeling
Traditional kitchen design with traditional colors. Navy blue base cabinets and island base and white wall cabinets show the beauty of white onyx countertops and island tops. The adorable backsplash is a big bonus as well as a white porcelain farmhouse sink.
Photo Credit | Shelton Design//Build
Eclectic kitchen design with different cabinet pulls and two-tone cabinets. The white and soft blue provide the right contrast with the dark wood flooring. The floating shelves on the side of the stainless steel range hood are the layering elements for kitchen flooring.
Photo Credit | Precision Cabinetry and Design
Inspiration for an eclectic L-shaped eat-in kitchen remodeling by having recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, and medium navy blue base cabinets which are known as Champion Cobalt under the signature of Benjamin Moore, and white countertops. Decorative layering is provided by the floating kitchen shelves and matching medium-tone kitchen flooring.
Photo Credit | You-Neek Designs
Benjamin Moore, Whipple Blue, and Benjamin Moore Timid White spread soft and dusky feelings in interior designs even in kitchen remodeling. Such a creative example of a two-tone kitchen cabinet design and such a great combination with the Tile Bar Norwalk Brown subway backsplash.
Photo Credit | KSI Kitchen & Bath
I can call a good sandwich-style interior approach to kitchen remodeling: Stainless steel appliances and marble look engineered stone are layered in between upper white and lover blue cabinets. The stone is picked as a full high backsplash, countertops, and island top.
Photo Credit | Define Home
This transitional kitchen has two noticeable design elements: The first one is golden hardware and a golden kitchen pendant. The gold color matches with stainless steel appliances if the right silver tone is picked. Here the stainless steel appliances are brushed nickel. The other element is the aging effect on the blue cabinets and hardwood flooring.
Photo Credit | K Design
Craftsman-style kitchen design with white and blue cabinets and two-tone countertops. The customized range hood is covered with a chevron design wood panel which takes all the attention in this picture.
Photo Credit | Lacey Construction Ltd.
Such a refreshing kitchen design with white upper and blue lower cabinets. The wall cabinets are painted white with a hint of blue paint which is known as Dunn Edwards, Cool December. Dunn Edwards, Harbour Blue is such a good match for this happy design. Medium-tone wood flooring is a complementary design element for this kitchen.
Photo Credit | Christie Kenny Interiors
Let me introduce you to the 2021 Color Collection of the year award winner: Sherwin Williams Long Horizon blue is a medium navy blue and was picked as the base cabinet paint. The upper cabinets are painted by Sherwin Williams Extra White. The colors are soothing and match the countertops. This is a great example of the upper-white, blue lower kitchen cabinet design.
Photo Credit | Laura Medicus Interiors
Magnolia Home, Under The Stars interior paint, and Magnolia Home True White interior paint provide an energy flow in this sunny kitchen. This is a great example of upper white and lower blue cabinet design: The endless solutions and combinations make your dream come true.
Photo Credit | Normandy Remodeling
Dark cornflower blue paint tones have two advantages in kitchen remodeling: The first is easily combined with any wood color and the kitchen flooring selection is getting less hectic. The second is matching with different white paint colors. The kitchen design by having the Benjamin Moore Twilight Blue and Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace. The alternative Whites can be listed as American White, White Dove, and Collingwood for the desired colors.
Photo Credit | Story LLC
Inspirational and brave design to insert the two-tone cabinets into a two-tone countertops kitchen design while showing the reflections and shadows over the blue cabinets! All the design elements have an eternal dance and all are in harmony. Butcher block countertops never get old in kitchen remodeling.
Photo Credit | April Case Underwood
At first sight, the feeling of the lower cabinets is like a black sailing boat. But actually, the hardware is black and the cabinets are very dark blue. This creates a contrast in the kitchen design focusing all attention on the white upper cabinets. Meticulous detail and experienced designers deserve a big applause.
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