4. Color Pop
While I long for a white kitchen, it makes me a little nervous because I do love me some color. This white kitchen perfectly integrates a pop of color, by painting the window frame a vibrant green. Even if you aren’t into bright shades, staining your window or door frames in contrasting browns and blacks will add some dimension to your kitchen and break up all that white. Peekabo doorways that lead to brighly colored adjacent rooms are another great way to add in colors without escaping a white kitchen design.
5. Colored Backsplash
Just because you want white as your main design scheme, doesn’t mean you can’t integrate some colors into your backsplash. The muted greens in this design add some color without taking away from the overall light and airy feeling that people love with white kitchens. You can go with contrasting or coordinating colors, because pretty much anything works with white!
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6. White Cabinets and Dark Islands
I initially wasn’t a fan of islands that didn’t coordinate with the kitchen cabinets. I thought it looked like the island was an after thought, and they couldn’t find matching cabinets. Now, I see the light because it allows you to add some contrast and depth to a white kitchen. This beautiful navy island is the focal point of the room, and I can just see family and friends crowding around this warm-toned piece at family get togethers.
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