Natural Wood Kitchen Shelves For Decorative Dish Display Over Chevron Tile Backsplash
The natural wood shelves are accented against the crisp white wall, chevron tile backsplash and white curtains. The open shelves create a space to store go-to dishes for easy access while also adding a decorative element.
Floating Shelves, Natural Wood Island and White Subway Tile Backsplash Wall in Country Kitchen
Natural light from the window highlights the homey, natural design of the kitchen. Floating shelves displaying dishes and black and white photographs decorate the subway tile backsplash wall over white drawers and countertop. A natural wood island is the perfect texture for a country design.
Bright, White Kitchen With Natural Wood Island, Floating Shelf Storage, Frosted Glass Cabinet and Black Wood Flooring
White walls gives this kitchen a bright and clean finish. Floating shelves create decorative storage over the white tile backsplash while a frosted glass cabinet and lower drawers add concealed storage. A natural wood island doubles as an eat in area with contemporary neutral bar stools.
Bright Country Kitchen With Natural Wood Island, Black Wood Floor and White Subway Tile Backsplash
A natural wood island brings beautiful texture to the bright, white design of this country kitchen. Bar chairs make an eat-in area at the island. Natural light highlights the room and reflects off the black wood floor. Floating shelves support decorative storage over a white subway tile backsplash. A stainless steel range hood overlooks the white stovetop.
Clean White Kitchen With Shaker Cabinets and Pink Rug
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."