Gorgeous angled windows produce a greenhouse feel in this bright and airy kitchen. A beautiful hardwood floor adds texture and contrast to the stunning space. White Shaker cabinets pair with gray granite countertops to complete the fresh design.
Surrounding windows give off a greenhouse effect to this kitchen, filling it with lots of natural light. Orange pendant lights add a pop of color to the space. Beautiful white cabinets pair with gray granite countertops to complete the fresh, elegant design.
Vibrant white simple shaker cabinets with glass uppers allow for accent lighting to highlight colorful accessories. Copper marble countertops and a mix of neutral and brown tile on the backsplash add a rich contrast to the white cabinets. The white range hood blends into the cabinetry for a subtle effect.
Interior designer Becki Owens chose Shaker-style cabinets for this crisp white kitchen. "The clean, simplistic lines of this style of cabinetry not only stand the test of time, but give your home a fresh, more modern look when paired with a simple backsplash or a mitered-edge counter," she says. "I like to pair Shaker-style cabinetry with white subway tile and natural wood in either open shelving or styled accents on the counters. This combo is always a win. You can switch out your lighting, hardware and accessories over the years to play with the overall look of your space, but these key elements create a foundation that will have your home looking beautiful for years to come."
White Shaker cabinets help to brighten and open up this narrow eat-in kitchen. Salvaged hardwood floors and original crown molding give the space a classic, traditional look, while glass globe pendant lights and stainless steel finishes add contemporary flare.
This spacious kitchen renovation features white Shaker cabinets paired with brown quartz countertops and a mosaic tile backsplash. A large window and glass front doors on either side of the kitchen allow natural light to flood the space.
White shaker style kitchen cabinets with brushed nickel drawer pulls give this kitchen an elegant, contemporary look. Glass paneled cabinets break up the solid white cabinets and allow vintage tea kettles to show.
This home in Houston, TX, features a long, galley-style kitchen with white cabinets and dark marble countertop. White oak hardwood flooring keeps the space light and compliments the all-white color palette.
Vertical lighting in the Mission style cabinets make it easy for homeowners to see what they need. The corner space location creates more storage for larger dishes while varying the heights of the cabinets keeps the eye moving for maximum visual impact.
Glass cabinet doors are an excellent option for homeowners wishing to display their dinnerware. In this kitchen designed by David Stimmel, the glass-front cottage cabinets display beautiful mint green dinnerware, providing color in this otherwise white kitchen.
Crisp white cabinets and crown molding worked wonders to brighten up this kitchen, which was previously dark and dated with glazed moldings and an Old World tile floor. Wood-grain tile floors add warmth to the space, while two oversized chandeliers provide drama and illumination.
In this open kitchen, an island helps define the space and provides a casual dining spot. Black barn pendant lights and white kitchen cabinets with hammered metal knobs give the kitchen some subtle country style.
There's no issue with cabinet space in this stunning kitchen. Tall, gray cabinets with ornate molding offer all the space you'd need for cookware, dishes and utensils. A stainless steel range is positioned with the cabinetry.
For a homeowner with a deep love of gardening and a fondness for English cottage style, Wright-Ryan Millwork created custom cabinets of white pine finished with a specially mixed stain of brown and yellow hues. Flat panel cabinets have adjustable, roll-out shelving inside, and concealed European hinges and soft-close drawers. Decorative feet beneath the sink adds cottage flavor.
The horizontal detail of the cabinetry fronts are echoed in the paneling of the vaulted ceiling, creating a visually balanced look in this contemporary coastal kitchen. The shiplap-style paneling helps mask the drawer seams. Designer Kristina Crestin opted against upper shelving in the sink area to balance the bold look of the cabinets and maintain a light, airy look in the space.