Light blue kitchen cabinets are the perfect way to add a bright and airy charm to your home. And don’t just think blue cabinets only work in a farmhouse or country style. We’re rounding up the best designs that show these colored cabinets can work in any style, from country to contemporary.
Blue is one of our favorite colors to use in a kitchen design since it evokes a calmness across the space. And the variety of shades available means it can easily fit any style. While colors like navy blue introduce a more masculine and moody style, light blue is more elegant and classic. And if you’re unsure about committing to a blue kitchen, why not try a two-tone design with blue and white cabinets? No matter your style, blue is a color that can work for your home!
For more inspiration, check out the gallery below of our favorite light blue kitchen cabinets.
1. Gold Accents with Light Blue Kitchen Cabinets
Gold accents add a touch of luxury to this light blue kitchen with shaker-style cabinets. Additional warmth is introduced by the wood range hood. Using wood and gold accents is one of our favorite ways to add warm hues to any kitchen.
2. A Marble Island with a Gold Range Hood
The marble island adds a luxurious focal point to this kitchen with light blue cabinetry. White pendant lights with a gold lining match the island while accenting the large gold hood over the high-end range. A large curved window over the sink adds natural light to the space, while flowers and a fruit bowl serve as decor on the island.
3. Light Blue Green Cabinetry in a Country Kitchen
Colorful flowers add to the feminine feel of these light blue-green cabinets with brass hardware. White countertops and walls brighten the space even further. For a pop of color, pink accents are carried across the area.
4. Wood Butcher Block Countertops with Blue Cabinets
This light blue kitchen with wood cabinets uses white walls instead of upper cabinets to brighten the room. However, when using colorful cabinetry, it’s essential to consider the amount of cabinets, so you don’t overpower your kitchen.
5. A Light Blue Island in a White Kitchen
A teal island with a farmhouse sink and built-in dishwasher adds a fun accent to the white perimeter cabinets in this kitchen. If you’re worried about blue cabinets overwhelming your kitchen, a two-tone blue and white approach is a great alternative.
6. A Farmhouse Kitchen Painted Light Blue
Light gray-blue kitchen cabinets add an elegant charm to this kitchen with polished silver hardware and accents. White countertop and backsplash brighten the space while still contrasting the cabinetry.
7. Blue and White Farmhouse Kitchen with Black Hardware
Black hardware adds a farmhouse style to this narrow kitchen with white upper cabinets, and blue teal lowers. A mosaic tile backsplash with a scallop design adds a unique element, while cutting boards leaning against the tile introduces warm tones to the space.
8. Light Teal Cabinetry with Open Shelves
Light blue-green cabinets flank this kitchen with a busy granite countertop and herringbone tile backsplash. A brass faucet and hardware add an opulent touch to this kitchen. Next to the sink, white shelves
9. A Wood Island and Accents with Stone Tile
This modern light blue kitchen has hints of green accented by the marble slab backsplash. A wood island and butcher block countertop introduce neutral hues to the space, making it warm and inviting.
10. Different Shades of Blue From Natural Light
The natural light from the window creates different shades of light blue cabinets across the space. When designing your kitchen, it’s essential to consider the natural light in your home. Opt for a lighter color cabinet for rooms with less natural light; otherwise, try a darker blue color for brighter rooms.
11. bright Blue Kitchen with Blue Countertops
Bright blue cabinets and countertops add a retro look to this kitchen with matching blue floors. While this may be too much blue for most people, the design balances the color with white walls and a small butcher block wood island.
12. White Quartz in a Blue Kitchen
White quartz countertops complement light farrow blue cabinets on the island with a built-in fridge. A large built-in stainless steel fridge helps break up the painted cabinetry, while the matching quartz backsplash adds a luxurious touch.
13. Polished Blue and White Modern Cabinetry
A polished glass finish on this kitchen’s light blue lower cabinets adds a contemporary feel. White upper cabinets and square tile backsplash contrast the black framed window over the sink. Compared to traditional plywood cabinets, polished glass cabinets add a sleek modern look to your kitchen.
14. White Floating Shelves with Dark Wood Countertops
Light blue inset cabinets are accented by a rich brown marble countertop that matches the wood center island. Instead of using marble on the island, this design opted for wood countertops that add additional texture and help save on the build.
15. A Blue Shiplap Island With Black Pendant Lights
This blue shiplap island with a white countertop steals the show in this farmhouse kitchen. White shaker-style cabinets surround the island with black handles for contrast. Traditional farmhouse designs use a white and black color scheme, but adding a painted island is a great way to create a unique look.
16. Dark Blue Cabinets with a Light Colored Island
This kitchen with dark blue cabinets against the wall features a light mint blue island. Across the entire kitchen, a white quartz countertop with grey veining is installed with a matching backsplash. Along the side wall, a third shade of light blue is used on the same cabinets adding even more color. Using multiple shades of the same color is a great way to create a unique look without straying from your color palette.
17. A wood Shelf Coffee bar with Marble Tile
Butcher block wood shelves are installed against a marble subway tile backsplash turning this light blue kitchen area into a coffee bar. Creating a coffee or wet bar is a fun way to utilize the space if your kitchen has any small nook areas or walls.
18. L-Shaped Island in a Two-Tone Kitchen
A light teal blue L-shaped island with wood bar stools accents the grey cabinets on the kitchen’s perimeter. The wood accents are continued on the white countertops with small wood cutting boards leaning against the backsplash.
19. Dark Blue and Light Gray Tones with Gold Accents
While this kitchen features dark blue cabinets, they are actually brightened by the natural light pouring in nearby, along with the white and grey marble countertops. If you have an even brighter space, you can also try a navy blue kitchen design to help balance the light. This design is finished with a gold faucet over the island sink that matches the hardware on the cabinets, accenting the blue hues.
20. Busy Mosaic Tile with White and Blue Cabinets
Mosaic tile installed as backsplash creates a busy pattern that is the focal point of this kitchen with two-tone blue and white cabinets. The large island is complemented by a stunning marble countertop featuring a wavy grey veining running across it.
21. Light Teal Blue Cabinets with Black Accents
Black hardware contrasts the light blue-green cabinets for a non-traditional farmhouse look. Black marble countertops match the hardware while contrasting the white hexagon tile backsplash with white grout. Rich wood floors fill the kitchen, adding warmth.
22. A Glass Table Breakfast Nook with Cabinet Storage
This kitchen breakfast nook uses light blue cabinets with fancy molding to create a beautiful space. The neutral beige backsplash behind the cabinets matches the seating around the glass table. When designing a room, it’s essential to use accent colors across different areas. This helps create a cohesive look that is well thought out.
23. Light Blue and White Kitchen Cabinets
A white island with grey countertops balances the light blue cabinets installed in the rest of the kitchen. A brown mosaic tile adds neutral tones that help the space feel warm and inviting.
24. White and Teal Cabinets with White Walls
Teal cabinets give this kitchen a retro look, while the stainless steel stove adds a modern flair. Only lower cabinets are installed to avoid overpowering the kitchen with the bright green color, with open wood shelves on the white walls filling the upper space.
25. Shiplap Ceiling in a Small Kitchen
A small country kitchen with a white shiplap kitchen uses light blue cabinets with gold hardware to add a pop of color. A shiplap backsplash keeps with the farmhouse style, while wood shelves offer storage above the sink.
26. Brown Wood Countertops For a Warm Accent
A light blue island with a wood countertop and built-in microwave adds a warm contrast to the busy tile backsplash across the kitchen. Dark brown wood floors add a rustic feel that is continued by the nearby sliding barn door, while the modern stainless steel and brass range adds a modern flair. Gold hardware is used throughout the cabinetry for a luxurious touch that matches the stove.
27. A Blue Island in a White Kitchen
A light blue island stands out against the all-white shaker-style cabinetry in this kitchen. In addition, the white tile floor brightens the space further, highlighting the large island. We love using a kitchen island as an accent piece, especially in larger kitchens where the cabinetry can feel monochromatic.
28. Blue and White Farmhouse Style Kitchen
This shale blue kitchen island has plenty of storage for holiday decor on its white countertops that match the nearby cabinetry. Using white cabinets in the rest of the kitchen matches the island’s counter and adds a more traditional look to the space. A white subway tile backsplash with grey grout finishes the design, with plenty of checkered decor leaning against the wall.
29. Small Gray Tile Backsplash with Blue Cabinets
Don’t forget that the light blue cabinet can also work outside your kitchen! These light blue cabinets with a white countertop are the perfect choice to elevate a laundry room design. A small sink with a gold faucet matches the cabinet hardware, while a hanging rod above the sink is ideal for drying clothes.
30. Blue Subway Tile Behind a Stainless Steel Stove
A Blue subway tile backsplash behind the stovef matches the inset cabinetry around this kitchen, helping to tie the design together. White walls and countertops in the space brighten the look and help prevent the light blue from overpowering the room.
31. White Appliances and Light Blue Cabinets
While the light blue shade of the lowers in this kitchen is barely distinguishable from the white upper cabinets, it’s also a great way to add a pop of color without too much risk. A white brick backsplash extends around the kitchen, with wallpaper filling the space to the upper cabinets.