Blue Kitchen Cabinets and Gold Counter

Marble tiles cut into a hexagonal pattern make a pretty backsplash in this kitchen, especially in contrast with the gray-blue cabinets.

Photo By: Kirsten Holmstedt

Blue Open Plan Kitchen With Rug

This kitchen gets a dose of fun style thanks to blue cabinets. The color is a refreshing neutral, providing a backdrop for patterned shades, a geometric backsplash and plush rug.

Blue Transitional Kitchen With Rug

A rug can add a layer of cozy luxury to an unexpected place like the kitchen or bathroom. This blue one is a pretty combination with the cabinets and printed shades.

Photo By: Kirsten Holmstedt

Blue Kitchen and Dining Area

In this open plan kitchen, the countertops and rug lead the eye out and across to the adjacent dining area. Pops of blue in both spaces help unify them.

Reclaimed Wood Wall Creates Focal Point for Rustic Industrial Master Suite

Instead of a headboard behind the master bed, a reclaimed wood wall creates the focal point in this rustic, industrial space. In the center of the wall, the artwork, printed from Etsy and outlined in a rustic frame, adds a personalized touch to the couple's master sanctuary and reminds them of their forever love.

Neutral Contemporary Dining Room With Blue Chair

This handsome dining room draws style and personality from a merry mix of dining chairs, a geometric rug and an unusual fireplace. The glass light fixture keeps the mood light and airy.

Baby Book and Shoes

Throughout this sweet nursery, eclectic finds mix with vintage items. The baby book is from the Lucy Darling Shop.

Photo By: Jessica Downey Photo

Blue Midcentury Living Room With Leather Pouf

When layering different patterns, a similar color scheme will help them feel unified. This living room uses blue as a base for a trim, tailored sectional, Oriental rug and patterned pillows.

Living Room With Entertainment Center

The entertainment center in this living room handily offers both open and closed storage solutions in a pale wood that adds lightness to the space.

Photo By: Kirsten Holmstedt

Gray and Coral Transitional Nursery With Dresser

This adorable nursery blends antique finds with graphic prints and playful color to create a space that's chic for any age. The pink stripes are a subtly feminine touch. Coral stripe paint color: Sherwin Williams Coral Island Code SW 6332; Paint color above chair rail: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Window panels: Nate Berkus for Target; Crib: Baby Town; Gray Glider: Buy Buy Baby

About Kirsten Holmstedt

Treasure in the Detail, an interior styling firm, was founded by the passionate owner, Kirsten Holmstedt, and is based in Chandler, Arizona. READ MORE