7. Open Concept
Another growing trend is the open concept floor plan, which means the kitchen is open to most of the living space downstairs. You barely notice that this kitchen is a white design, because of the exploding orange colors being pulled in from the living space. The white concept delineates the kitchen from the rest of the layout, while also seamlessly coordinating.
I love that even though this kitchen is sporting two-toned cabinets with dark lowers, this design still screams “white!” The dark lower cabinets bring a richness to the space, while the white uppers and backsplash bring a clean and airy feel.
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9. Dark Countertops & Sink
All dark kitchen designs make the space feel small, but you can still incorporate accent colors by installing dark hardware and counters. This kitchen is still classy and white, with a more traditional counter that perfectly coordinates with the original window frames.
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