All white everything may be a thing of the past but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a warm and welcoming white kitchen. Read our tips below for creating the crisp, clean kitchen you’ve always wanted while also keeping up with the latest trends.
Your stone can still be clean, neutral and glamorous without being solid white. A natural stone like this will make a statement with its dark veining and add interest to your white kitchen. To achieve this look, try going with a light colored quartzite or marble.
You can still have a white kitchen even if not everything is white. Adding a statement piece like this island in a contrasting color will help to keep it interesting. This steel grey color beautifully contrasts with the surrounding white cabinets.
Texture & Glass
Texture can be added to your space in many ways, but here we added a herringbone textured backsplash to create distinction between the cabinets, wall and counters. Another great way to add dimension to your white room is through glass front cabinets like we did on the upper cabinets in this kitchen.
White kitchen designs are a great way to add light and make a space feel open, but too much white can sometimes be overwhelming. In this kitchen, we chose to feature white cabinets and dark granite counters. The stark contrast of black and white creates a very sharp design.