We all love a white kitchen. They’re pure, simple, and always stylish.
But there’s a problem I’m beginning to notice with them:
They’re all starting to look the same.
White cabinets; white marble counters; white subway tile backsplash; white mouldings and walls; and maybe a wood floor: Where’s the visual interest?
Where’s that unique, special-something that says this kitchen is personally YOURS?
So you’ve done your kitchen all in white, and you love it!
But do you really? Because — and I know what you’re thinking, because I've thought the same — you’re asking yourself...
“Did I do the right thing?
Has my all-white kitchen become
a bit boring?”
If you’ve reached this point, and the job is complete, I say… relax. You’ve done a great job with the base! You’ve made a great envelope! Now the time has come to give it some flavor; add some spice; make it yours!
How, you ask?
There’s bound to be something you can add that will inject some warmth or personality into that all-white base you’ve long coveted and now finally own.
Let’s look at some examples!
Check out these all-white kitchens below to see how they’ve managed to show some personal flavor, in spite of all that white!