The combination of clean, crisp white with warming wood is a winning combination in the kitchen. If you’re after a sleek, modern kitchen that doesn’t feel cold, opt for warmth and light. Pale and understated kitchens are growing in popularity, but white doesn’t necessarily translate as ‘all-white’. The introduction of bare wood and clever ways to add pops of colour bring bags of character to the trend.
Keep it classic
White staples like marble counters, subway tile backsplash, and white cabinetry are classic and timeless elements that will never go out of trend. Use all elements in one scheme or keep it minimal and choose one that enhances an all white scheme.
Add a pop of colour
Not convinced white can be interesting? Introducing a pop of colour to elements such as a statement cooker, bright bar stools or colourful statement lighting can break up the all white landscape.
If you have exposed shelves in your kitchen, display white plating, pottery, and accessories to drive home the all-white aesthetic even further.
An all white Kitchen can be a great way to highlight existing beautiful and quirky architectural features in your home. To help preserve details as much as possible, opt for minimal pendant lighting and simple backless stools for an Island.
A bright all-white kitchen can be a bit blinding and stark, especially a small one. Painting your cabinets a subtle neutral will maintain than the light and open feel of a white colour scheme while bringing in dimension and personality.
Make your white subway tiles pop with an unexpected grout colour. Coloured grout is an interesting way to break up an all white scheme and can both emphasises the tile layout and compliment any painted accent walls.
The introduction of greenery to a space softens sharp lines and stark interiors, Hanging planters over the kitchen island or dotted between chinaware on open shelving livens up an all-white space.
Have a great weekend
Clinton and Fiona