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Kitchen Goodies by Color: Blue

Utilitarian products with loads of panache, even when they’re not in use

BELDEN CABINETRY in Cosmos Base with Blue Chip doors, by Waterworks, over 20 colorways to choose from, price upon request; waterworks.com


FAB28UBEL1 in Blue, by SMEG, ’50s inspired design, energy efficient, internal freezer, adjustable glass shelves, available in 14 retro colors, $1,999; smegusa.com


LATTE BOWLS in Blue, by Anthropologie, set of six in assorted colors, as shown, made from earthenware, other colors available, $36; at anthropologie.com


BLUE ON BLUE SPLATTERWARE CAKE STAND,by March, glazed earthenware from Italy, dishwasher safe, other colors available, 14” D x 4.25” H, $200; marchsf.com 


INDIGO BATIK 4”x 4”, by Clé Tile, glazed terra cotta, other sizes and shapes available, $12.78/SF; cletile.com 


CORNUFE 110 RANGE in Royal Blue, by La Cornue, satin-chrome or polished-brass detailing, gas range with electric ovens, available in assorted colors, 43” W x 28.5” D x 35.75”-37” H (adjustable), $9,950; williams-sonoma.com


LINEN COATED TRAY - STRIPED, by Truck & Barter, available in three sizes, medium tray $25; truckandbarter.co


REVOLUTION UTENSIL SET in Marseille, by Le Creuset, made of premium silicone with wood handle, $85 for the set; lecreuset.com


RESIDENTIAL 48" FRIDGE WITH GLASS DOOR in Cobalt Blue, by True, adjustable shelves, 29.4 cubic feet, 48” W x 24” D x 84” H, price starts at $17,000; studio2bdenver.com


CHECKERED ADULT APRON in Navy Blue, by Williams Sonoma, yarn-dyed cotton, 36” L, $23.96; at williams-sonoma.com

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