Colour experts Pantone have named Classic Blue as their colour of the year for 2020. This shade manages to be both bold and calming, depending on where and how you use it.
Classic Blue is an elegant cobalt shade – less overpowering than navy blue, but with more impact than paler shades. In large kitchens that get plenty of light, choose unit doors and drawer fronts in this colour to create a rich, luxe look. In smaller spaces, add accessories in this bold blue against a palette of soft neutrals for splashes of colour that really catch the eye.
Your blue kitchen
Zurfiz Ultragloss Baltic Blue is probably the closest colour match to Pantone’s Classic Blue that we offer. This bold, glossy shade will help you create an ultra-modern kitchen that’s perfect for entertaining. It will look best in larger spaces, but you can make it work in smaller rooms if you pair it with cool, crisp whites and pale woodgrain furniture. Ultragloss Baltic Blue doors would also look great in bathrooms.
More ways to get the blues…
If a cobalt shade like Classic Blue isn’t quite for you, you’ve got plenty of other options. Blues have been getting more and more popular in kitchens in recent years, and in the last few months, we’ve curated our own range of blue kitchen doors.
Then there’s Fjord from our Trends range, a matt blue-green shade that brings a hint of seaside calm to your kitchen.
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