The powder blue shade, loved by Nordic designers and a shabby chic style a little newer and more sophisticated, offers delicate and well-composed spaces, like in the country chic kitchen that we see in the photos.
The cuisine of this photoshoot while maintaining classic lines, is of a revisited English taste, more refined and contemporary that also undergoes Nordic influences. The place is quite large and is separated from the rest of the house by a glass wall with iron fixtures.
The kitchen has a central island, followed by an in-line distribution under the windows, while in a separate corner, the large refrigerator and a column of the kitchen color have been positioned. Nearby there is also a simple and clean sideboard, left in natural essence. Given the presence of numerous windows, it was decided not to have wall units and the white hood completely integrates with the walls, emphasizing the feeling of lightness and brightness that pervades the whole environment.
The light blue cuisine with a delicate nuance of dust is a valid alternative to white: the powder blue is, in fact, a luminous nuance, capable of infusing freshness and enhancing even small rooms.
Like all pastel shades, even the blue powder is the inseparable companion of wood, here we see it in light essence on the floor and in the sideboard. Even gold is always easily combined with pastel colors, in this case, opaque gold was chosen both for the handles and the knobs and for the sinuous faucet.
The light blue or light blue powder, this delicate, sober and reassuring shade, is undoubtedly one of the most popular colors of recent years, thanks also to its delicious versatility that allows its use in combination with styles that are also very different from each other.