White kitchens. Most seem to either love ‘em or hate ‘em. It can be a tricky balance. You may want the clean, streamlined look of an all white kitchen, but probably also want to infuse the space with warmth, texture and coziness. Let’s face it, if your style’s super modern and you adore the sterile look, you probably aren’t reading this blog.
I adore this space for many reasons. The white and pops of gray easily could have erred on the side of boring. The addition, though, of live greenery and those gorgeous, cottage-y, garden chairs keep the space fresh and definitely un-boring.
I am all kinds of drawn to this look. The wood tones offset the white in a way that’s clean, warm and natural. And again, check out those plants. Every kitchen should have something green in it (and not just in the fridge cuz you haven’t cleaned it out in a while).
Another kitchen after my own heart. Despite the white walls, white cabinets, and white, stenciled floors, this kitchen reads “collected and comfortable” like no other. Vintage finds and, say it with me now, green plants, do the trick in this space.
So there you have it! Thinking of braving a white kitchen redo but don’t want bland and sterile? Don’t forget to add contrast, add something vintage, and add a plant.
Any other tips?