White kitchens are overwhelmingly popular, and for good reason. White kitchens are not just a passing trend, they are classic; and if you select the right finishes, details, and accessories they will remain classic. The key is to bringing in texture, warmth, and contrast to soften the austere look of an all-white kitchen.
1. Accessories and Color
Painting out your island or a portion of your lower cabinets can add interest and break up all of the white. Accessorize your space with rugs, cook books, flowers, bowls, and cutting boards to add a bit of color.
Black steel window frames, the dark floor, and the island contrast the white cabinets and walls. Brass fixtures, along with wooden beams, add warmth.
Adding warmth has a lot to do with adding texture. In this kitchen the use of wood shelves and beams, paired with the stone backsplash creates a cozy backdrop to this white kitchen. The addition of woven bar stools completes the look.