I’m obsessed with white. Anyone that knows me can tell you that. The obsession haunts me when I try to design or picture an interior. I can’t get the white out of my head. White for me echos a clean slate, and a fresh start. It’s just so unbelievably beautiful. I understand white can be hard to maintain and most of the clients I meet are afraid of the non forgiving color. However, white and kitchens may just be the perfect match. Below are some of my most recent white kitchen favorites.
Black window frames, black floors, and marble counters and backsplash = perfection. This kitchen is a perfect example of good design. All the details were thought about from the linear air diffusers (better shot below) on the ceiling, to the design of the black window wall. There is perfect symmetry at the oven wall that is framed by the adjacent soffit. The black window frames are pulled together with the black floor. Just beautiful.
Same kitchen as above. Perfect use of cabinetry and how much to display and hide. The heavily veined marble backsplash is so so pretty and really picks up the grayish tints of the white.
The designer of this kitchen was able to use the interior architecture and make a long galley kitchen into a gorgeous pathway to the outside.
The pure white of this kitchen is offset by the wood stain of the island. The wood has that weathered vintage look but still looks elegant and timeless. Gone are the days with the cherry or mahogany wood cabinets. Thank god!!
This kitchen is one of my all time favorites. It’s a bit more traditional than I usually like, but I find it so elegant, yet approachable.
This kitchen has everything one could ask for. Dark black wood floors, Carrera Marble counters, and super white cabinetry.
A kitchen perfect for the country with an added touch of glamour with the crystal chandelier.
For those of you wanting tips on how to create a beautiful kitchen like the ones above – stay tuned!