Mix things up by painting your top cabinets a darker lighter color than the bottom cabinets. The owners of this updated Victorian home in Atlanta worked with Jenn Ryan Designs used simple, white subway tile to bridge the light and dark hues. They broke up the row of upper cabinets with a section of small shelves that holds spices and keeps cookbooks handy.
With its wood tones, green tile and airy feel, this kitchen celebrates summer and spring. A massive solid white oak kitchen island topped with a 12-foot seamless slab of honed Calacatta Caldia marble is the centerpiece.
Transitional Victorian Kitchen with White and Black Cabinets
Create an intentional break in the cabinets by adding another component to a wall. In an Atlanta Victorian home, designer Jenn Ryan Designs separated the row of upper cabinets with a section of small shelves that holds spices and keeps cookbooks handy.