We know that the all-white kitchen isn't necessarily the edgiest option in kitchen design. However; with the popularity of Scandinavian design on the rise, and design blogs & Instagram filled with beautiful images of white kitchens, it is safe to say this is a trend that is here to stay. Although (obviously) white kitchens have certain aesthetic components in common, we believe they are also endlessly customizable, and can truly reflect the individuality of the people who live with them.
This classic kitchen has tons of interest, even though nearly every surface and item in it is white. Ceiling-height subway tile backsplash creates a strong texture in the space, while a combination of floating shelves and upper cabinetry allow for display items and everyday kitchen essentials to be stored beautfiully and conveniently.
Glamorous gold accents warm up this all white space, while traditional accents keep it feeling approachable and homey. With so much natural light, this space is a dream for a white-on-white palette, as it emphasizes how airy spacious this room truly is.
For someone who loves to switch up their decor, a white kitchen is an excellent choice. A neutral backdrop means that seasonal decor will always pop- and never clash!
This modern kitchen features larges high gloss doors, herringbone flooring and gold accents. The full-height stone backsplash looks incredibly luxurious, and mimics the single-plane quality of the doors, while adding texture and subtle pattern.