Stainless steel kitchen appliances are all the rage. They do look very sleek and sophisticated, to exist sure, only they don’t come without their drawbacks. They’re hard to go along looking clean, for case, and they are usually much more than expensive than their non-stainless counterparts. The proficient news is, stainless appliances aren’t necessary to create a stylish, beautiful kitchen. Information technology can be done with plain ol’ traditional white appliances. The trick lies in the room’s balance…and, more oftentimes than not, white kitchen cabinetry. Here are some examples of kitchens with white appliances that don’t sacrifice fashion:
White cupboards, including some drinking glass-front end uppers, bring in a crisp, clean feel to this mannerly cottage kitchen. Embossed metallic backsplash tiles (perhaps tin can?) add in sheen and texture and serve every bit a nice contrast to the warmth of the large dark brownish floor tiles. Hints of pink peach throughout the kitchen add together freshness to this casual infinite with lots of reflective low-cal. With so many other details to absorb, the white appliances here blend in seamlessly.
Larger kitchen appliances are kept white and flat-fronted in this modern kitchen, blending in with glossy white cabinetry for an overall sleek kitchen face. The checkerboard lay of the wood floor and mosaic tile backsplash add interesting detail and warmth to the contemporary vibe. I especially love the minimalist simplicity of the kitchen effects (eastward.yard., square table, modernistic barstools) paired with the popular of color from the living room sectional.
Over again, white appliances (hither, the refrigerator and dishwasher) fit right in with this state kitchen. An extended stained butcher block countertop embraces the dishwasher, almost making information technology appear to be, at commencement glance, simply some other chiffonier. Unproblematic pendants hanging in front of some very large kitchen windows add a lovely affect of effulgence, and the cobblestone floors paired with spring light-green walls make this white kitchen welcoming and fresh.
A nearly all-white kitchen is grounded past warm traditional forest floors and a solid, dark countertop (I’1000 guessing granite, or peradventure quartz?). I like the horizontal color blocking here – the stainless stove range carries the await of the horizontal countertop throughout the kitchen, and the large high-stop hood in white provides an understated professional look. The white porcelain tile backsplash is both elegant and timeless, bridging the gap between the lower and upper cabinets perfectly.
It feels like your mom’south, or grandma’due south, kitchen right off the bat, right? In the best fashion possible. Cheery aqua walls and accents pop against the white kitchen, and the punches of ruby add the perfect exclamation point to this darling retro kitchen. Despite its being a modern improver, the white dishwasher here looks perfectly at home amid its retro-heavy neighbors. A great design determination was made in keeping the countertops themselves light grayness, so equally to not compete with the bright, cheerful vibe of the space overall. I don’t know nigh you all, but I could eat huckleberry muffins here all 24-hour interval.
Picture sources: ane, two, three, four and 5.