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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

10 Comments Katherines Corner Hugs and thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop xo Sue Housekaboodle  @Katherines Corner Thanks Katherine, I will be back! Joanne Great post! Lots of inspiration…I am leaning towards the black but in the right house- a red kitchen is AMAZING! Sharon Greenthal I love those turquoise cabinets – if I had a house on the beach I’d do that in a minute. Sue Ooh, a beach house with turquoise cabinets, that is heaven to think about. Almost as nice as Hydrangeas. Turquoise is No. 2 in the poll. shari lynne ok..I was loving my Maple cabinets..but now I want to paint them!! LOVE these pics..good job
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

Wow Wow Wow. I seriously love it. I’m about to embark on a kitchen redo myself and I’ve been thinking about turquoise, but I didn’t know if I should put it on the walls or on the cabinets. I love that you painted the top white, and the bottom turquoise. That is the perfect harmony, not too overwhelming. I might have to consider that for my redo. Thanks for sharing.
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

Wow Wow Wow. I seriously love it. I’m about to embark on a kitchen redo myself and I’ve been thinking about turquoise, but I didn’t know if I should put it on the walls or on the cabinets. I love that you painted the top white, and the bottom turquoise. That is the perfect harmony, not too overwhelming. I might have to consider that for my redo. Thanks for sharing. amy
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

Sue Ooh, a beach house with turquoise cabinets, that is heaven to think about. Almost as nice as Hydrangeas. Turquoise is No. 2 in the poll.
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

The Icestone terazzo countertops in this kitchen by Massucco Warner Miller are made from recycled glass bottles that give the surface a sea-glass-like sheen. The cabinets were painted a pale turquoise to match. When attempting to match kitchen materials, remember that paint can always be tinted to coordinate with your countertop, cabinets or fabrics, so choose the paint last.
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

Vintage at its best, with a sense of fun. Adding the coppery Rust to pretty Turquoise kitchen cabinets is a unique treatment that wraps together textured tiles, oak flooring, pale surfaces and silvery appliances. Down-home hardware is the perfect complement. Expect compliments.
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Turquoise Kitchen Cabinets

There are many awe-inspiring kitchens to see online.  Mostly, they are white like the white-on-white kitchen I posted about called Elegant White Kitchen Cabinets, or they are wood as so many are on Houzz.  This is a look at color in the kitchen with the cabinets taking front seat.  A popular trend in kitchens lately is wood or white cabinets with a colored island and there are some excellent examples shown.
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Can’t choose just one favorite color? Use ALL of them, as tile designer Vicki Morrow did in this kitchen, clad in ceramic pieces she designs and hand-fabricates herself. An accent wall in deep rose picks up a shade running through the backsplash and offers beautiful contrast to the deep turquoise countertop tiles.
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a dear friends’ birthday, I lamented the fact that my cake decorating supplies were still in my turquoise kitchen.   So, I improvised and as it turns out, I think this is the best cake I have ever made.   I know
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and served with soup.  We used to do have it ALL the time, when we lived in the house with the turquoise kitchen.  I don’t know why we ever got out of the habit, but I’m so glad we’ve renewed our
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This is absolutely beautiful. I’ve been looking for a solution for my kitchen. I have gray tile,green counter tops with green back splash, brown cabinets and black appliances. When we bought the house the previous owners lay the new tile down and was going to finish the kitchen but then lost his job and they had to relocate. The cabinets are in good shape, painting seems like the smart thing to do. I would love to put my money into the counter tops and then budget by painting the cabinets. I love how you used different colors. If flows so well. You are very talented. I’ll for sure be checking your sight. I found you through another decorating blog. Thank you for sharing all the details and taking lots of pictures. Again, you’re awesome and terrific job. Blessings from Kalamazoo.
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Oh my, I wish the before and after pictures were the other way around :-/ The turquoise just hurts the eyes. The light natural wood looked so much better… If you just removed the window blinds to let some light in and got rid of the clutter, it would have been perfect.
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What a great party! How have I never seen your blog before today? Well, I. will. be. back! I love your kitchen! It makes me want to eat ice cream, or lick your cabinets or something! Lol! I would have never thought to put that island color with the other cabinet color, but I love it! The chalkboard paint is cute, too! I could never ever have open cabinets like that… my cabinets stay looking like a disaster zone! Thanks for hosting such a great party, and I’ll be back again soon!
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Certified Kitchen Designer Elina Katsioula-Beall’s client asked for a kitchen that resembled a childs fairy garden — and she got it, says Katsioula-Beale, “with bold green stems made of high-gloss laminate cabinets, opening to a vibrant fuchsia flower bed of countertops!” And the walls? Marigold orange. If this much hard-to-change color frightens you, says Katsioula-Beall, “have glass doors installed on some of your cabinets and paint their interiors a bright hue. If you hate it,” she says, “that’s a change that’s easy — and inexpensive — to make.”
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Robin egg blue island combined with white.  I want to paint the rest of the kitchen cabinets robin egg blue too.  If your favorite color is blue, it means you love harmony, are capable, reliable, and sensitive.  Vote for your favorite colored kitchen cabinets below.
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I have the same question as the previous poster. My cabinets are white. They are custom cabinets so I am sure they were sprayed at the kitchen cabinet builder place. Anyway, do I just give them a light sanding and then prime them? There are a few areas where the paint is chipped off. I don’t want to screw it up, cause my husband will kill me! I would like to save the $2500. it will cost to have them done by a pro, not to mention have people underfoot. I can do it myself and take my time and use the money for a new sofa! Anxiously awaiting your response, also going to use the same color. I love it!
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Your cabinets do look so smooth! My kitchen cabinets are my next project, just waiting for a few warm days in the forecast. I don’t think we have an Ace near us, though. I’m not so much skeeered as lazy lol. I know its a lot of work! Thanks for sharing your tips
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I have been looking for ideas on painting kitchen cabinets so I would not have to resort to using expensive chalk paint. However, I want to glaze the cabinets as well. I’ll ask the staff at Ace. Thank you, thank you for the post!
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This open-plan kitchen by designer Mark Dutka in his own home near the Northern California coast was designed to reflect the colors of the local sky, sand and forests. “The lower cabinets are painted a deep gray-brown (Benjamin Moore “Midsummer Night” 2134-20) to represent the local forest soil, and the upper cabinets are tinted rift oak, as a nod to the surrounding forest. Walls in Benjamin Moore Chicago Blues represent the ubiquitous Pacific Ocean,” Dutka explains, “and the incredible blue skies residents are treated to on sunny days.”
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Jill Green of Sand Castle Designs used a bright, glossy red for the upper cabinets in this open kitchen. The eye-catching color turns the open galley into a design element in the apartment, while a stainless steel backsplash and black lower cabinets add to the glamour.
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The initial inspiration for this blue and red kitchen came from the red of the Icestone countertops, which were matched to a stock glass color from the cabinetry company. All told, the designers at Gaia Kitchen & Bath used three different color glass inserts, two different color cabinets and two different countertop materials.
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Color is a great way to add life to an inexpensive kitchen. The cabinets in this room by TS Kitchen Projects are from Ikea, and the ceramic tile was under $10 per square foot. Thanks to its bright green hues, the backsplash acts as a focal point for the room, making the space memorably playful.
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In this sunny kitchen by DD Allen, seafoam green cabinets are a soft backdrop to bright yellow stools from Wyeth in New York City. “Another way to change up color in a kitchen,” says Allen, “is to use director’s chair stools, and easily change out the canvas covers, which you can get in many different colors and patterns.”

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