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10 Designer White Kitchens That Are Anything But Boring
Everybody needs a white kitchen. Why? Since they're unadulterated, spotless and extraordinary looking in any style. Yet, white doesn't need to be insipid. Take some motivation from these master kitchen designers.
Not just is this island sufficiently huge for family meals, however the Calacatta marble ledges measure a strong 2 inches thick. Designer Mary McGee ran with the additional weight to give the Massachusetts kitchen a more present day feel. The range's backsplash highlights marble metro tile, while the dividers and trim are in Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White.
Between the pale oak floors and butcher square counters, this Florida kitchen grasps a casual yet comfortable tasteful. Dark locks on board cabinetry lend extra old-timey charm.
Faced with a characteristically small Manhattan kitchen, designer Celerie Kemble went with Benjamin Moore's White Dove for a light and splendid space. Tiled dividers, metal equipment and a milk-glass chandelier add further sheen.
"There's profundity and intricacy," says Richard Anuszkiewicz of the stately kitchen he designed for a Maryland home. "You're not in a static white box." A consistent chunk of Calacatta Gold marble traverses the divider behind the range, with the hood including glitz in the type of patinated pewter, stainless steel and metal banding.
Designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano picked carefully assembled Arabesque tiles for the backsplash in a California kitchen.
Timothy Whealon invigorated existing beadboard cupboards with fresh white paint and energized the floor with an exemplary checkerboard.Get six awesome white paint hues »
Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller ensured the seats around the table were agreeable, to support waiting in this eat-in kitchen.
Greg Natale hung pots from cantilevered retires and picked Turkish terrazzo tiles to make a realistic floor.
Barbara Westbrook designed an oval island with open racks at each end for simple access to an accumulation of ironstone. Concealed machines, including a framed refrigerator and dishwasher, feel cozier than the typical stainless steel.
John Barman picked dull provincial pivots to emphasize the nation kind of his Hamptons bungalow kitchen.See cabinetry and equipment alternatives for each style »