IN THIS ISSUE’S DOUBLE TAKE, WE TAKE A SECOND LOOK AT THE WHITE KITCHEN.
While kitchen trends come and go, the white kitchen is a classic look that will never go out of style. White is clean, simple, bright and airy – which is why so many choose it as their go-to cabinetry color. So how do you take that all-white kitchen and give it a punch of personality that sets it apart from the rest?
If you love color but aren’t ready to embrace a full colored kitchen, mixing white and colored cabinetry is a great way to satisfy your need for a little more color! In this kitchen, a beautiful blue island, gorgeous brushed gold hardware, a few colorful accessories and an amazing wood and tile floor really set this space apart! Keeping the hardware and countertops the same throughout helps to keep this look feeling coordinated.
The bold, black custom range hood creates a focal point in this stunning white kitchen! Not only does this add visual interest, but the combination of bold black with gold hardware and a solid slab backsplash gives this small kitchen a grand, luxurious feel!
Mix Those Metals
An all-white kitchen can create the perfect spot to showcase stunning hardware and fixtures! In this kitchen, gold and black hardware, lighting and faucets create the perfect blend of glam and are grounded against a bright, airy backdrop.
For a modern take on a traditional look, pair a deep blue with a soft gray. The upper cabinets fade into the wall, giving the same open feeling of a kitchen with no upper cabinets but without sacrificing storage! – Photography by Larry Arnal; Kitchen by Mooza Wood Arts
If you still love the warmth of a wood kitchen but want a modern feel, pair wood cabinetry with a bold tile backsplash, simple gray countertops and hardware and fixtures in a matte black with clean, simple lines! – Photo by Larry Arnal; Kitchen By Functional Art
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