If you spend a lot of time in your cooking space with family or friends then you know it is not only a place to whip up meals—it's also a spot where you create memories. And that makes your kitchen the heart and soul of your home. So when it comes to remodeling, you want to get it right.
That is why we wholeheartedly endorse a white or mostly white color scheme. Unlike bolder hues, the neutral shade will not fall victim to fickle decorating trends. To inspire you to create a white kitchen that will get your ticker thumping, behold our 15 favorite examples.
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Moroccan Fish Scale Backsplash
Interior designer, Michelle Gage dressed up this white kitchen with a mermaid inspired backsplash. The Moroccan fish scale tiles are by Mercury Mosaics. Their beautiful blue and green colors evoke the sea while giving the cooking space a beachy vibe. The brass accents, which includes the cabinet hardware and kitchen faucet, also make a big stylish, splash.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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Vintage-Inspired Modern White Kitchen
The vintage-inspired, modern white kitchen in this charming bungalow remodeled by Sarah Phipps Design got an updated look using a combination of new and salvaged building materials. The flat front cabinets are a consignment store find. The brass pendant light over the sink came from World Market. The hexagon marble tiles used to create the backsplash were picked up at Home Depot. The white SMEG refrigerator enhances the overall retro vibe.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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Glam White Kitchen
If you crave girlie glamour in your kitchen prepare to fall in love with this cooking space by Laura Burleson. The white cabinetry is topped off with beautiful brass hardware. The drop-dead gorgeous range is from The Majestic Series by Ilve Appliances. The sprinkles on top are the lantern pendant lights painted bold pink.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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Two-Tones Kitchen Cabinets
Two-toned cabinetry adds dimension to this white cooking space updated by Grant K. Gibson Interior Design. The matte, upper cabinets are designer white by Benjamin Moore. The crisp, subway tile backsplash beautifully reflects light throughout the space. The marble countertop is a neutral bridge between the two-toned cabinetry. The brass cabinet hardware compliments the black kitchen range.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Breadboard Shaker Style Cabinets
When updating the kitchen in this 1940s bungalow, the goal for interior design firm Biddy and Brady was to create a timeless kitchen that felt harmonious with the home. They chose breadboard shaker cabinets for their classic and enduring appeal. Next, the design team installed something thoroughly modern—an eye-popping geometric backsplash created using diamond cube tile by Napier Ceramic Tiles. The faux stone countertop in light gray adds a pinch of contrast. Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Simple Updates Make a Big Impact
The design team at Studio McGee proves that simple changes can make a significant impact in a kitchen. They did only two things to update this cooking space. The original dark countertops were swamped out with white marble. The old, oak cabinets got a couple of coats of white paint. The finished result is a kitchen that feels brand-new.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Modern Take on the Traditional White Kitchen
Here is a modern take on the traditional white kitchen by House of Jade Interiors. The painted walls and cabinets are a shade called snowbound by Sherman-Williams. The marble look countertops are durable quartz by Pental Surfaces. The black pendants lights over the kitchen islands are from Rejuvenation. The natural wood shelves, rattan counter stools, and sprigs of greenery add visual warmth to the fresh, white space.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Retro Kitchen That Feels Fresh and ModernContinue to 9 of 15 below.
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White Brick Wall Instead of Subway TileContinue to 10 of 15 below.
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Combine White With Bold ColorsContinue to 11 of 15 below.
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Sophisticated White Kitchen
Here is a sophisticated white kitchen by Turek Design. The black marble countertops pop against the traditional white cabinetry. The marble, subway tile backsplash is a luxurious touch. We also love the antique-look brass fixtures that feel way more modern than then their shiny counterparts.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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White Kitchen for a Busy Young FamilyContinue to 13 of 15 below.
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White Kitchen Bursting With ColorContinue to 14 of 15 below.
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Pegboard BacksplashContinue to 15 of 15 below.
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Scandinavian-Inspired Modern Kitchen