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Modern White Kitchen with Blue Cabinets
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing kitchen was dark and outdated with wood paneling on all the walls, old metal cabinets, and a refrigerator stuck in the opposite corner from the kitchen. After the renovations, their Laurel, MS kitchen now features new hardwood floors, a complete redesign of the kitchen with bright walls, new cabinets, concrete countertops, a large island for entertaining, a new tile backsplash and bright colors to help the room stand out.
Bold blue lower cabinets draw the eye to the kitchen in this open-concept living space, creating a fun focal point. Upper cabinetry is white like the walls, resulting in an uninterrupted line that draws attention to the soaring ceiling. A traditional carpet forms a juxtaposition to the modern dining table and chairs.
This traditional kitchen showcases white cabinets, neutral floor tile and stainless steel appliances, with an infusion of color from blue pendant lights, paint trim and a pop of red from a fruit arrangement.
Painting only the bottom cabinets blue provides a grounding element in this kitchen while also keeping the overall mood light and airy. Personality comes from unexpected touches like the vintage stove and colorful rug.
A vintage stove with a flip-up top is full of old-fashioned charm. White walls and counters become a blank canvas on which to layer bright colors and textures like the subway tiles, even the wooden spoons!
As seen on Home Town, the Burcham residence in Laurel, MS has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. The kitchen had the largest change from the original home. The dark wood cabinets have been removed and high-end custom cabinets were added along with a large island with quartz countertops and a strong blue accent color.
Mid-Century Modern Kitchen with Blue Tile, White Cabinets and Walnut Cabinets
Use cost-saving standard colors in one area so you can splurge in other areas. The homeowners in this Atlanta neighborhood worked with designer Thea Quillian to plan their kitchen, and originally wanted to install blue upper cabinets. When they found white cabinets from Ikea at a fraction of the cost, they realized they could use the savings to afford more pricey walnut countertops.