Gil Walsh Interiors

 Of all the fabulously classic things that decor gives us, we think the white kitchen might be our favorite.

Cynthia Brooks Design

 But white doesn’t have to equal boring. Fun, colorful accessories can add plenty of pizazz.

Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors

 And, of course, the lighting is critical in pulling the look together. From these amazing copper lanterns…

Jute Home

To a set of industrial pendants, to the task lighting underneath the counter, the kitchen is one of the rooms where lighting matters most.

Litchfield Designs

 One of the best ways to keep white from looking too stark is to pair it with wood. These beams go way beyond just hardwood floors to make this kitchen feel grounded.

Lynn Morgan Design

This beautiful subway tile backsplash adds shimmer while keeping things simple.

APD Architects 

 Pops of green are always gorgeous in a kitchen. And we love make a case for adding touches that you already use in the kitchen. Limes, pears and even kale bring in the green!


Oooohhhh… And speaking of lights, an elegant chandelier completely sets the tone for a sophisticated kitchen.

Studio Dearborn

 And you know we love changing up the look simply by switching out the bar stools.From lucite to wood to metal, a stool can totally change the look.

William Litchfield Designs

 Pretty vignettes are perfect in a white kitchen!

LItchfield Designs

 And paneling is always a good idea, especially at the beach. Are you a white kitchen fan or do you prefer the heart of the home to have more color?

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