White kitchen inspiration
Timeless and stylish white kitchen inspiration for your home
There’s something about white kitchens; they provide a blank canvas in which you can build upon and style to your desired taste, working with anything you pair with it. It’s a colour that works for classic, minimal and contemporary kitchens styles and is a future-proof colour choice.
Opting for white in your kitchen will not only make your space feel larger and brighter, but they will also save you from a lot of stressful colour decisions!
Whether you are looking for a lived-in country farmhouse kitchen, or a sleek, minimal contemporary kitchen, we have provided some examples below showing how diverse our white kitchens can really be.
Creating a modern, minimalist look without looking sterile.
The flat-panel, handless design brings a modern element into the home keeping the run of cabinetry sleek and fresh. Pairing white with wood allows you to warm up the kitchen and soften the space.
This could be achieved through wooden shelves or wooden worktops, or even glazed cabinets with exposed wood interior. Here we included Oak as the worktop and a wrap around the white island.
This works well for open plan living kitchen or dining areas to tie the areas together.
White kitchens provide a base to style to your desired taste. Adding pops of colour allows you to really put your mark on your kitchen and make it your own.
Here we paired the white shaker cabinetry with a splash of antique brass and a bright blue island to add character into the historic Bristol home.
Similar here, we used a blue island to compliments the white and break up the canvas.
Our kitchens are handpainted, so you can swap and change the colours as you like!
You can’t go wrong with keeping a white kitchen classic, and white! Take a look at this contemporary kitchen, we used white flat-panel cabinetry and paired it with a white, Bianco Baleno worktop and splashback. The results are elegant and dramatic.
Best suited looking for a minimalistic kitchen with simple styling.
Plywood kitchens are increasing in popularity; not only do they look amazing, but when made properly, they will last you a lifetime due to the strong hard-wearing material.
This plywood kitchen uses a white lye varnish giving it a whiter and lighter look.
Best when looking for exposed wood kitchens, with a Scandinavian Japanese vibe.
Classic white shaker kitchens are here to stay and its no surprise. Shaker kitchens can bring a traditional feel to your home, and when using white gives you classic, country look that you have always dreamed of.
The brief for our traditional country kitchen below was to make the kitchen look like it had always been in this barn conversion, and the results are stunning.
Best when looking for a country, classic kitchen.
Opt for handless, flat-panel cabinetry keeping your kitchen, stylish, clean and uncluttered with modern touches. Using white in a contemporary kitchen, you will need a company who will design space-saving innovation allowing everything to be hidden away to you can really benefit and enjoy the white space.
Using a handless approach will keep the cabinetry sleek and having cabinetry from floor to ceiling will look spectacular.
Works well in open-plan spaces with plenty of light shining through.
Add vibrancy and boldness to a white kitchen. Using brass here, our clients were looking for a traditional kitchen with an edge.
The brass contrasts against the pale tones and captures the eye making it a space you just don’t want to leave.
Best when looking to add a statement piece or wow factor.
Our favourite whites ;
Farrow & Ball; Wevet, Strong White, All White,
Little Green; Loft White
Paint & Paper Library; Clean White