White kitchens are still the top pick for homeowners in 2019! However, is too much white still a good thing? With so much white, there needs to be a balance. Here are some ways to balance a white kitchen to feel more complete.
Contrasting with dark fixtures and hardware is a great way to keep your kitchen from feeling too sterile. The worst way to dress up your white kitchen is to add more light colors to it. Silver or brushed nickle will make the space feel flat and uninteresting.
Another way to contrast is add a colored island. This creates a bit of break up in the white pallet, while still having all that airy-ness white kitchens have to offer.
Accessories and pops of color
Adding color is the best way to set up a white kitchen. Whether it be a vase with flowers, a fruit bowl, or some towels, these little things can be switched out frequently to change up the color with the seasons, and still add something to the space. If you’re feeling a bit more daring, painting walls or the inside of your cabinet boxes a bold color or adding bright drapes could be the pop your kitchen needs!
Adding wood to a white kitchen is, in my opinion, the best way to break up all the white in the kitchen. Wood tones in cutting boards, chairs, islands, flooring and open shelving are all great ways to make the space pop. The reason this works so well is because it adds an earthy element and extra texture to an otherwise flat space.