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White-on-white kitchens have been a classic look for many years. Why does this Kitchen Cabinet Store trend endure? For starters, white connotes cleanliness, makes small spaces appear larger, and brightens rooms that are naturally dark. Although many all-white kitchens are just lovely, some can appear a bit stark or cold. To help clients warm up their white, I recommend a variety of strategies, such as mixing metals and adding contrasting paint, fabric or wood. Read on for inspiration for personalizing your white kitchen so that it stands out from the crowd. "1. Warm metal accents. Copper, bronze, brass and polished nickel are just a few of the metals that can warm up an all-white kitchen. The gold sconces above the window and the white pendant lights, with their subtle hint of gold, add warmth and a touch of luxury to this all-white kitchen. GIA Kitchen Cabinet Store Bathrooms & Kitchens2. Color and metal. Moving beyond metallics alone, a single contrasting color when combined with metals can create drama in a white kitchen. In this photo, a modern white kitchen intermingles black pendants and countertops with gold seating. This combination contributes to the room’s sleek contemporary look. 3. Wallpaper. I love wallpaper, especially in kitchens. Wallpaper can introduce color, movement and dimension to a white kitchen. When applied to a lone wall, wallpaper can create a dynamic focal point, as shown in this photo. The bright white cabinets and crisp white walls are softened by the shades of blue Kitchen Cabinet Store in the fish swimming on the side wall. This kitchen’s under-the-sea motif is enhanced by the blue tile on the back wall and the sea urchin-shaped pendant lights.1st OptionUnlike the previous photo, where the wallpaper takes center stage, here a gray-and-white paisley wallpaper provides a muted backdrop that enhances the quiet elegance of this white kitchen.IS Architecture4. Colorful island. Wood-stained islands often appear in white kitchens because of the richness and contrast they bring. This kitchen shows a creative alternative, Kitchen Cabinet Store pairing a chartreuse island with a chartreuse Roman shade. Together they lend a whimsical, personalized feel. To give your white kitchen a personal touch, consider painting your island your favorite color. This kitchen — with its bright red island, contrasting black countertops and graphic floor — is a bold example of a one-of-a-kind white kitchen.Mosaic del Sur5. Tile rug. Layering in a rug is a great way to introduce color and texture to an all-white kitchen, but some clients worry that a rug could be an Kitchen Cabinet Store added source of dirt as well as a possible tripping hazard. 6. Backsplash. A tile backsplash also can bring color and texture to your white kitchen. But who says a backsplash must be tile? This kitchen has a counter-level window in lieu of a tile splash. The window faces a luscious succulent garden, thus creating a green vista for an otherwise monochromatic kitchen.Four Brothers LLC7. Painted ceiling. A painted ceiling can bring unexpected color to your white kitchen. Ceilings Kitchen Cabinet Store are often painted a shade of white, regardless of the room’s wall color. Instead, they can be considered the fifth wall and a canvas ready for color — think of yourself as Michelangelo painting the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling for inspiration! The kitchen in this photo has a painted yellow ceiling juxtaposed with a blue-and-white striped runner in the kitchen’s center. These two elements create a vibrant feel for this primarily white kitchen. Dark countertops heighten the room’s drama. Gulfshore DesignUnlike the energetic yellow ceiling in the previous photo, this light blue ceiling evokes a tranquil feeling for this kitchen. Abruzzo Kitchen & Bath8. Statement hood. Sometimes a large hood together with dramatic backsplash is all the design statement Kitchen Cabinet Store you need in a white kitchen, as shown in this photo. Wanda Ely Architect Inc.9. Art wall. The trend for fewer wall cabinets to create more openness in the kitchen is evidenced in this photo. This kitchen takes advantage of its lack of upper cabinetry by creating an artistic focal point behind the hood with tile. 10. Wood. Real wood can add a warm organic element to your white kitchen. Islands, floating shelves and countertops are great potential kitchen additions in wood. This photo shows a live-edge bar top.Ben Herzog11. In lieu of marble. Traditional white kitchens often are presented with marble countertops and Kitchen Cabinet Store white subway tiles for a classic look. This kitchen also feels classic, but in a new way, thanks to Azul Macaubas counters and a soft white-and-blue mosaic tile backsplash.Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath12. Beyond stainless. Another way to bring color to your white kitchen is with colorful appliances, as seen in this kitchen. Turquoise appliances and a turquoise-tinged backsplash wall brighten this space. 13. Colorful fabric. Consider window coverings and pillows for your kitchen. Colorful Kitchen Cabinet Store and patterned fabrics can add visual interest to a white kitchen, as shown in this photo."