In honor of Independence Day, check out these kitchens rocking a patriotic color palette.
If the idea of a kitchen sporting a red, white and blue color scheme seems over the top, let this Atlanta kitchen ease your concerns. The white Shaker cabinets teamed with a jewel-toned blue island and trio of red stools strike an ideal balance.
With just one wall of cabinets painted red and the others kept white, this Seattle kitchen doesn’t overpower the senses. The collection of blue-and-white plates on the back wall completes the patriotic scene.
From the checkerboard tile floor to the buffalo check wallpapered ceiling, this farmhouse kitchen in New York fully embraces its red, white and blue palette.
Just in case you thought that a red, white and blue scheme works only in more traditional spaces, this modern kitchen in Israel proves otherwise. The red back-painted glass backsplash and light blue back-painted glass island work well with the white streamlined cabinets.
The real brick pavers covering the backsplash and area behind the antique dish rack in this Houston kitchen add plenty of character, but it’s the Americana-inspired island that earns the biggest salute.
If retro is more your style, let this 1950s nostalgic kitchen in Philadelphia show you how to rock red, white and blue. The teal retro appliances and the red door and bar stools are grounded by the white cabinets.
The white beams on this coastal-style kitchen’s ceiling pop against the blue paint, while the red upholstered seats on the counter stools help to draw your eyes back down.
The green-and-purple checkerboard floor in this Los Angeles kitchen is so bold that you might not even notice the light blue Lacanche gas range, red painted island and white cabinets.
The red upholstered dining chairs and deep blue painted island and cabinets are so rich and sophisticated, they almost blend in with the dark wood cabinets. But if you include the white walls and farmhouse sink, this Phoenix kitchen indeed boass a patriotic palette.
This coastal-inspired kitchen in Newark, New Jersey, showcases plenty of blue and white, but it’s the splashes of red in the throw pillow and ceramic jar that achieve that Fourth of July splendor.