There’s no shock that all-white kitchens have been a crowd favourite for hundreds of years and they're not going anywhere anytime soon. We're talking white Caesarstone, white cabinets and of course white tiles!
But, is there ever too much white? Read on for top tips on how to make sure your all-white kitchen nails the clean and crisp brief whilst also having personality.
Experiment with finish, texture, shape and lay pattern
The key to an all-white kitchen not feeling sterile or boring is the introduction of contrast with finish, texture, shape and lay pattern of your tiles
This project by @hatchinteriors
brought in our Newport white subway in the gloss
to contrast the matt finish of the cabinetry. The hand-made nature of the Newport tile along with the herringbone lay pattern of the tile adds interest and texture to soften and relax this kitchen.
Shades of White
We’ve all been there. Standing in the isle of Bunnings holding 14 different shades of white paint. But where do you begin when your design your all-white kitchen space? Whites can be sorted in two categories:
From tiles, cabinetry, bench top and wall paint try avoid mixing warm whites with cool whites. Sticking with one category of white will mean that you avoid seeing those not so fresh and clean undertones.
Cool whites: whites with blue and grey undertones fall into the cool category
Warm whites: whites with yellow or pink undertones fall into the warm category
Statement features and accessories
When styling an all-white kitchen bring in some timber in the form of chopping boards, stools for your breakfast bench or lighting. You can also bring in those small pops of colour through tea towels, flowers or bench top appliances.