White Cabinet Ideas

 

Deciding on the cabinet color, counter tops and flooring in a kitchen is the hardest decision. I find with my clients, most people either want to go with a dark floor and white cabinets or the reverse. White is very modern and adds a lot of light and elegance to a kitchen. It’s also timeless and versatile- allowing you to change the color of the backsplash and appliances with great ease; everything always will match. Here are my five favorite white cabinet kitchens we here at Honest Home Improvement Ideas have contracted.

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gray subway style backsplash and white on white cabinets and counters with glass fronts on the uppers oh and I love the faucet too.

This kitchen is so nice. We loved how the gray subway style backsplash complimented the white on white cabinets. The counters with glass fronts on the uppers just completes the look.
White cabinets honed slate counter tops and black handles- Love the slate counter cabinet style with lots of pull-out drawers, and wood floors- Per This Old House- Slate is so dense that sealing isn't required -

White cabinets honed slate counter tops and black handles-amazing. Furthermore the slate counter cabinet style with lots of pull-out drawers and wood floors just go so well together. This is a very clean and modern look for white cabinets.

ove the color of the subway tile with the white cabinets.
Colonial Gold with white cabinets presents a very clean look- accompanied by the grey tile backsplash and brushed metal range
Colonial Gold with white cabinets presents a very clean look- accompanied by the grey tile back splash and brushed metal range. Very classy look with a mix of tradition – the handles on the drawers really create a more unique versatile look.

White cabinets and dark wood Kitchen

Dark floors are very much “in style” this year. To make the space look more defined, many clients add strong “off-white” colored cabinets. The white cabinets also make the space look larger than it really is with such contrast from the dark floor. Also, notice the dark oak beam along the ceiling – this really adds contrast and versatility to the space. The eye almost doesn’t know where to look, leaving one with a feeling of “grandness” and richness.

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