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How to Make Your White Kitchen Cabinets Look Inviting?

An all-white kitchen is not as simple as it might seem. If it is not done properly, the room might feel boring or stark. There are so many hard surfaces in the kitchen space- flooring, countertops, cabinets, and appliances, that a white kitchen might feel sterile.

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However, there are many ways to use materials, texture, and light to make the kitchen feel inviting and warm. Here are a few tips that can help you plan your dream white kitchen cabinets.

1. Layer the Shades of White

You can avoid the sterile look by mixing different shades of white. In case you use only one shade, the room might end up looking flat. Rather, choose 3-4 shades of white and place them on various materials around the kitchen. It will add interest and dimension throughout your kitchen.

But when you are mixing different shades of white, don’t mix warm whites with cool whites. Cooler white tones look more blue and warm tones look more yellowish. Retailers present their cool and warm white separately. So, you can find white in the same group.

2. Use a Statement-Making Material

A white kitchen cabinet will depend on the finish material that is used in the space. Carrara marble is a material that has a robust visual appeal and can make a statement instantly, even if it in a white-on-white environment.

A general rule of thumb, limit material for antique white kitchen cabinets with a lot of movement to only elements, usually the countertop or backsplash. Choosing a subtle material for other surfaces will let the statement-maker shine.

3. Include Accent Colors

Splashes of colors in the white kitchen cabinet can play up the cabinets. Go for a small number of contrasting colors- one, two, or three. Repeat them in the accessories for putting together a theme. The places where you can add some color, include lighting, seating, rugs, hardware, and backsplashes.

4. Make the Most of Natural Light

Natural light coming from a skylight or window is an excellent benefit for any kitchen but particularly for a white kitchen since it bolsters the airy and bright feel you were looking for in a classic white kitchen.

A large set of windows can allow enough light to filter in throughout the day. It can make the kitchen appear brighter.

5. Provides Softness

Fabrics bring softness and pattern into classic white kitchen cabinets. Window treatments are a convenient way to do this. You can bring in the fabrics through smaller rugs or floor runners. You can also choose leather rather than wood or bar stools covered in fabric.

For instance, roman shades with geometric patterns can soften the kitchen. They can look customized and clean.

6. Bring Some Texture to the Backsplash

A white backsplash can be a focal point, even if it is all white. Create an interesting look by using textured or patterned material, such as three-dimensional style, mosaic stone, herringbone pattern, and painted brick.

Since the backsplash is one of the primary things you see as you walk into a kitchen and since it is a small space, do not be afraid to go bold with the textured or patterned pick.

7. Replace the Hardware

The hardware of the cabinet is the finishing touch of your kitchen. Often, it is referred to as the jewelry of a house. A simple hardware change can elevate the white kitchen and can bring a difference in its looks. There are different types of hardware to choose from.

For instance, you can install gold hardware in your kitchen. In fact, it can add a touch of luxury to the kitchen and make it look more sophisticated. But make sure that it goes with the wall styles of the kitchen.

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