White is beautiful in the kitchen, the problem with it’s popularity is that it can sometimes appear quite standard. Below are some images that aim to inspire your new kitchen design by adding different features to make your white kitchen unique, fun and inspirational.
White kitchens are timeless, elegant, modern and spacious. White reflects all the colours of the visible spectrum to our eyes. Some colour theorists suggest white is not a colour, but the absence of colour. White represents clarity, innocence and purity. Spatially, white can make a room appear larger and more open than any other colour, making it a popular choice for kitchen designs. But how do you make your kitchen have character and personality without feeling like a standard run of the mill kitchen. Below are some idea’s to make your white kitchen pop.
White kitchens allow the space to look bigger and more open. Using a white kitchen as a blank canvas, you can choose to be daring with your lighting features.
This antique white kitchen, designed by interior designer Lisa Kauffman Tharp in Massachusetts, utilises bold pendant lights from high ceilings to create a warm, open, traditional and inviting space.
In contrast, this white kitchen is modern, pared down and streamlined. Low hanging pendants add a playful element. Combined with the range hood, these shapes define the kitchen space.
Above, chandeliers make a dramatic and elegant statement.
Why not make a statement with your white kitchen and go all the way? These kitchens are white in extreme and speak clearly what white is all about: clean, open, modern.
Soft in it’s approach, this kitchen is all about elegance; the floors are white washed, the cabinets, walls, floors, lighting and bench-tops are all white. The space is open, clean and calm with the notion of visual integrity.
A little more dramatic, the walls, floors, ceiling, bench-top, cabinetry and furniture are all white. The effect is one of purity and sharpness, allowing the room a crisp visual integrity. Not a look for those who are prone to clutter.
Dark floors are the perfect compliment to white kitchens, they make the white of the kitchen look cleaner and brighter, whilst adding depth and contrast to the space.
This walk through kitchen features dark floors with glossy white cabinetry. Wide enough to allow a table in between, this kitchen is spacious and appealing.
The white simplicity of this kitchen pairs with dark, wide, textured floorboards. Combining a modern look with rustic furniture makes this kitchen interesting, balanced and simple.
Juxtaposition of textures gives a space character. Use existing architectural elements or add new textures or materials with white for interesting effects in your kitchen.
This clean and modern kitchen sits in a converted space. The walls are painted white, but not rendered. The texture of the bricks shows through and contrasts to the slickness of the cabinets.
This white kitchen features rustic, weathered posts and beams. The white is clean and elegant, the posts add strength, depth and character.
White kitchens stand the test of time. White makes a space look bigger, and provides a blank canvas to add your own personality and style. Whatever your taste may be, you can make your white kitchen interesting, unique and inspirational by using these techniques.