Transitional Kitchen with Navy Blue Cabinets

With all the Christmas colors flooding the internet right now, I thought it’d be a nice change of pace to feature an amazing transitional kitchen with rich, navy blue cabinets.

Transitional Kitchen with Rich, Navy Blue CabinetsPhoto by Woodstock Cabinet Company


Gold, streamlined cabinet hardware lends a complementary touch to the rich blue color. Open shelves keep the space from feeling heavy or dark. And that fun bubble light fixture adds whimsy and can’t help but put a smile on your face.

Navy blue cabinets and open shelving in minimalist kitchenPhoto by Woodstock Cabinet Company


Now that I’m admiring the pair of bubble light fixtures over the spacious kitchen island, I’m wondering how hard it is to dust them. LOL. I’m definitely becoming my mother when I say things like that!

Large kitchen island with pair of pendant bubble light fixturesPhoto by Woodstock Cabinet Company


A view from the opposite side of the kitchen island reveals a banquette style dining nook with another fun, pendant light fixture.

Large kitchen island in transitional kitchen with woven bar stoolsPhoto by Woodstock Cabinet Company


And finally, a view of the industrial style stove (which I’m completely jealous over) with its modernized hood vent and subway tile.

Industrial Style Stove and Hood Vent  in Transitional KitchenPhoto by Woodstock Cabinet Company

You can see more of this beautiful, transitional kitchen by Woodstock Cabinet Company over at Houzz.


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  1. Even though dark they have lightened it up with other elements. When you have to clean lights and fans twice a year, you do start thinking differently.

  2. How did you know that I am STILL trying to decide if I should paint my bottom cabinets dark blue!??? This was very helpful.
    And, by the way, I’m thinking the same thing about that chandelier as you and your Mom. Hmmmm….