We love the look of lighter woods in open, minimalistic spaces. Birch, ash, beech, and light maple cabinets offer an organic element for homeowners that brighten the environment without overpowering the design. Combining light plywood for countertop woods with white countertops creates an inviting and airy space. Your countertops and cabinets are a powerful kitchen design duo. They cover the most surface area, handle the most daily wear, and set the tone for your style.
Using the same material will protect your walls and maintain visual consistency. In this modern, bright country kitchen by Romanek Design Studio, the floating shelves are also the same material, creating even more flow. White kitchens remain among the most popular styles seen in homes. While you can choose to have all white elements in your kitchen, such as white cabinets and white countertops, there are also various other combinations that work well. The high contrast white kitchen provides the most pop of the three different color palettes. In this styled space, there are typically two products that blend together with one pop of color, typically in the countertop.
The brown and beige spotting of this material add visual appeal. If you are looking for a stunning darker grey surface,6003 Coastal Grey Caesarstone quartzcan give you exactly what you are looking for. With its dark grey tones, you can contrast white cabinetry without selecting brown or black quartz. River Bed 680 Quantra quartzis a great example of quartz that resembles granite. In terms of the color, the grey tones of the material are an excellent choice to pair with your white cabinets.
Cabinets from Italian maker Molteni&C and Dada coated in a matte lacquer beige finish are installed alongside terrazzo-like Ceppo di Gré stone. For homeowners who want to shake things up, staining wood cabinets with other hues such as gray is a clever way to create intrigue. This technique reveals the intricate grain in the wood, and is a great option for those looking for a subtle, yet novel cabinet design. Commercial type grey cabinets and drawers are used and the island features a butcher block bar. Slate gray cabinets and countertops work well against the light flooring and diagonal windows. White is, not surprisingly, the most popular color for kitchen designs.
The white cabinets in this high-contrast kitchen are in striking contrast to the deep gray granite countertops and metallic gray subway tile backsplash. White and black kitchen cabinets already look classic, but adding some dark wood into the picture takes it a step further. This kitchen uses ceiling-to-floor white cabinets that flow into a black and white marble backsplash, giving the impression of a larger space. Adding the kitchen island that contains charcoal cabinets, a marble counter, and dark wood gives the hallmarks of an upscale classic kitchen.