All-white kitchens don’t always have to be boring.
When it comes to kitchens, there really are all kinds of options regarding décor and design. What should you do however, if you move into a place where everything in the kitchen is a bland shade of white?
Surprisingly, there are a lot of things you can do, and if you do them right you could end up with a modern, interesting place in which to cook your food. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to dress up a monochromatic kitchen.
Use different shades of white to add some depth. Using a slightly different shade on walls and cabinets will make your kitchen look more expensive.
Tiles and backsplashes can be used to create interesting textures, even when everything is all white. Just be sure to choose your tiles wisely so your home doesn’t end up looking like a public bathroom.
Use existing architecture to contrast all the white. If you don’t have exposed beams, molding, or wainscoting, use contrasting finishes on your cabinets, or fake it using paint.
Glass, mirrors, and shiny surfaces make anything look more expensive, so choose glossy items to help dress up the space, and polished countertops if you have the cash.
Its no secret that an all-white room can be totally boring, but if you pay attention to the details you could end up with a room that you absolutely love.via ]