Case study: Stone flooring perfect for a navy blue kitchen
A navy blue kitchen – it isn’t always the colour that would first spring to mind when planning a new design for the heart of your home. BUT, if you want style, class and depth all in one this could be the colour for you.
Combined with rustic flagstones for a traditional, country kitchen or with straight-edged, modern tiles for a more contemporary look, navy blue can just about go with anything.
While some may go all-out, using navy blue for all cabinets in a kitchen, others may opt for a centre island in navy blue with the rest of the kitchen in a more muted colour.
Here are some of the projects recently completed by our customers who chose natural stone flooring to go with their new navy blue kitchens.
Aged French Bourgogne limestone
Our customer was keen to find an aged limestone floor that she would be able to match in with some of the existing stone floor in her home.
She chose our Bourgogne limestone with its varied brown, grey and beige tones which was laid throughout the kitchen/dining area of the property.
Navy blue was used for the kitchen cabinets but also on the walls and wood panelling throughout the space.
Historic Blue limestone
As well as using navy blue on many of the cabinets in their new kitchen, our customers for this project also chose to use aged, blue limestone pavers for the flooring.
These rustic stone tiles greatly complemented the design of the space which also featured aged wood panelling on the island and steps down into an impressive wine cellar.
Chalon Grey limestone
Contemporary Chalon Grey limestone tiles were chosen to contrast against the navy blue kitchen island in this project.
The slightly aged tiles give character and depth to the room which also features grey kitchen cabinets and off-white quartz worktops.