For a space that stirs up the happy person in you or the artist that can’t wait to experiment and create culinary masterpieces, there’s one colour that will forever hold the top position for its decor – White. If there’s one area inside our homes where cleanliness matters the most it’s in our kitchens. And what better way to keep it sleek but by designing it using white as the hero hue?
We have curated a list of white kitchen style inspirations you could take cues from, to design your dream snow-white kitchen. Let’s begin the virtual tour?
Welcome To The Future
If a modern design is your favourite aesthetic, this white modular kitchen design must be the kind of space you’ve been dreaming of. While the overall structure and cabinets are in white, the Prussian blue walls add a sense of sleek richness to your Kitchen Design. The contrast these shades give birth to is the balance that makes any space highly appealing.
Who said you should only keep cooking related equipment in the kitchen? Just like any other space, ornamenting your kitchen with decorative pieces is always a good call.
Pro tip: To make any kitchen look spacious and decluttered, it’s best to go with embedded appliance space – for microwave, oven, and fridge just there like a part of the structure.
What Wood You Like To Cook Today?
A beautiful fusion of monochrome designs and wooden finishes work best for a modern yet earthy white kitchen. Take hints from this one if you’re planning to go for a minimal style that still has a countryside touch to it. We love how monotonal this space is, paying attention to the tiniest of details like the salt and pepper shakers.
Pro tip: Crockery matching the colour palette of the space subtly enhances the overall interior design.
Heaven Inside Your Home
Marble is probably the most magical interior design material there is. Having marble floors is one thing but use them for structures in your white kitchen and you’ll want to spend most of your day there. What is better is all the space that is available too, allowing you to have a cooking night or experimental Sunday brunches. Sleek. Safe. & stunning.
A White Kitchen With A View
While the brown paper hued walls make the all-white kitchen structure pop, the huge glass wall makes sure space gets all the light it needs to feel vibrant. Adding frames that speak of culinary art is a great idea to enhance a white kitchen and make it interesting. A spotlight over shelves ensures what’s necessary, at all times.
Imagine cooking your favourites with a mesmerising view every season!
White Kitchen With Pattern Tiles
The liberty you get to innovate in a white kitchen is truly refreshing. Just like the designer has carefully picked blue tiles and crockery to make this small kitchen look breezy and spacious, you can experiment with shades of your choice. A slab in the center might make it look like a decrease in space but it makes the overall structure so much more accessible for more number of people.
Pro tip: A table which can be used for prepping and storing the dishes make a kitchen a lot more easy-going.
For The Culinary Artist In You
Just like any other form of art, cooking requires inspiration from time to time too. This white kitchen is absolutely breath-taking from every perspective. Its spaciousness gives you the freedom to freely run various gourmet experiments at once. Under the table, storage areas are a great hack to keep what’s needed without it taking too much of the top space. Not at all in your face. But the grey false ceiling amplifies the modern design style of this white kitchen.
Pro tip: If you have a penthouse or one with a terrace, keeping your kitchen next to the outdoor area will make it all the more fun.
The Kitchen For Serving Hot Pancakes
If dining in your kitchen is a concept too alien for you, but an interesting thought, this is a white kitchen you should take cues from. While the wooden structures add contrast to this all-white kitchen, the trio of vibrant canvas paintings add a pop of colour to it. The linear seating structure right opposite the cooking station makes it particularly fun for breakfasts and food-filled quality time.
Pro tip: Hide all your equipment in cabinets. This helps a kitchen look decluttered and spacious.
Small Yet Spacious
It’s no secret that the colour white instantaneously makes a small modular kitchen look just a bit bigger and open. While you may not have a lot of cabinets and a table to explore with, you can make the best out of art to add some fun on the walls. Patterned tiles, as we saw above too, are another way of making a small white kitchen look interesting. We love how wooden cabinets on top are in sync with bottom white cabinets through a minimal flash of texture.
Remember we spoke of keeping it clutter-free? More important than ever in small white kitchens!
Which white kitchen is your favourite?