6.18.2013

two-tone


As a fanatic for all white kitchens, it's quite a step for me to announce my love of blue cabinets.  The look has to be executed just perfectly to retain the high contrast aesthetic that I love.  I'm talking smokey grayish-blue lowers and white uppers.  It's true that I still favor Benjamin Moore Cobblestone for lowers, but this is definitely a close second.

What do you think?


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7 comments:

  1. I am not normally of fan of colored cabinets either... but, I will agree with you that I really like this look. I agree with the white uppers, I think you need them to be able to brighten the kitchen up a bit. These would look great with a grey-ish granite too on the counters.

    xo

    www.simplylowcountry.com

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  2. Hi Meg, wow you have really thrown me out of my comfort zone here... I have always been an all-white fanatic but have recently a timber finish with my all-white kitchen, and I am loving it. This blue-grey finish is also a winner :)
    x

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  3. Absolutely LOVE this kitchen! Anything navy blue (or in that neighborhood) is usually a hit with me, and this kitchen is no exception! The contrast of the smokey blue against the white is PERFECTION. Amazing!!

    xxoo,
    Mary
    The Classy Cubicle

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  4. I love all white as well, but I am with you on this. It's still refreshing. I absolutely love this idea.

    Shannon

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  5. Megan these are some beautiful kitchen photos! I love the simplicity white brings. Very elegant too! Thanks for sharing :) xo

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  6. I like two tone cabinetry in the right property - i think it definitely depends on style of home and the type of cabinets used - but chic nonetheless!

    xo Danai
    Life in My Fab Lane

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  7. I think the two-tone cabinetry would add so much depth to a kitchen. You selected gorgeous photos to rep the look. Thanks for sharing!

    Xx,
    Letra
    http://lyonandbaehr.blogspot.com/

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