This traditional all white kitchen has glass front illuminated cabinets, white countertops, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, tray ceiling with recessed lights, and a unique breakfast nook pass through.
This traditional kitchen features bright white walls, counters, and glass front built in cabinets with recessed lighting, a multiple gas burner range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, and contemporary pendant lighting.
This contemporary white galley kitchen features white cabinets and countertops, white subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and vent hood, modern white kitchen island with sink and gooseneck faucet.
Don’t hide your collection of decorative plates. If you have a collection of cookware, pull the pieces out and let everyone see and enjoy them. Stephanie Andrews of Atlanta-based Balance Design showcased her client’s collection in this designer kitchen. “The blue and white pottery is not expensive, but it made an impact when there is a collection of it,” Andrews says.
This unique contemporary kitchen is filled with bright white light from the circular skylight over the work island, white painted walls and cabinets, white vent hood, dark marble counters, and striking Spanish mosaic tile backsplash.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this home's custom kitchen features a black and white tile back splash that complements the space. The kitchen also features stainless steel appliances and wood details that give the space a perfect blend of contemporary and rustic styles.
This modern kitchen has blue base cabinets and work island with gas range and stainless steel vent hood, stainless steel refrigerator, blue floating shelves and white trim and display cabinets, and bold black and white patterned wall tile.
This traditional all white kitchen has glass front cabinets with recessed lighting, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, built in bookshelves, and contemporary pendant lights over a marble countertop work island with sink.
Keep it streamlined. If it’s time to swap out lighting and accessories, such as a clock, go for simple and clean fixtures, which tend to be more affordable than ornate pieces. These days, they offer an array of styles to fit any budget. In this kitchen, Terracotta Design Build creates a streamlined style with a lone clock on the wall and two small fixtures over the sink.