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I have a few favorite white kitchens that I wanted to share with you today. I have been thinking about repainting our kitchen cabinets again, this time a bright white on the top and a grey blue on the bottom.
I would love to remove the top cabinet doors and venture in to the world of “open cabinetry” but I am not sure I could keep the cabinets clean and organized 100% of the time.
This is our kitchen right now. It’s difficult to tell but the cabinets have a brown glaze over them. I was loving the glazed cabinet look a couple years ago when we painted these cabinets.
It’s hard to believe but these were painted two years ago and it’s time to freshen them up again.
They were a dark walnut stain prior to being white and the change is dramatic. Don’t laugh but I am considering a different backsplash as well. Don’t forget, I made this blue subway tile removable!
These are a few of my favorite white kitchens.
We do not have overly high ceilings like the kitchen below, but installing recessed lighting will be on our to-do list.
I love the all white cabinetry with beadboard ceilings painted a gray-blue.
Traci at Beneath My Heart completely gutted and redid her kitchen a few months ago. I have a small wall in our kitchen that I would love to incorporate an open shelving unit like she did below.
I love how the stainless steel appliances and bar stools coordinate with the industrial styled light fixtures.
I am in the market for pendants just like these. If you know where I can find some reasonably priced, let me know!
I think the dark grey cabinets below would be fabulous with upper white cabinetry.
While this is not a white kitchen, I love the blue color for the bottom cabinets. Although grey may be more versatile.
These are just a few of my favorite white kitchens. I will be pinning more over the next several weeks if you would like to following along. If you have any inspiring white kitchens that you love, send them my way! On another note, I will be sharing our bathroom makeover with painted stripes tomorrow.
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