Frankly, I think these contrived myths constitute a myth all its own. Either you like white kitchens or you don't, and that's no myth.
The Truth About White
White, in all its hues from snow to cream to the barest hints of blue or gray, makes a timeless base for kitchen design. Homeowners who hesitate to take the plunge on an all-white kitchen have no reason to fear. We debunk five commonly held beliefs about a white kitchen.
I love the open feeling this kithcen gives. The shelves allow for you to "Display your individual" taste in housewares selections, making them easily attainable and adding to the warmth of the room with baskets and your personal taste on display.
I must be traditional too because this says boring, plane and just too im from the planet mars. Ug
I would definetly add in more wood accent to add warmth. The ceiling beams, the base of the island and even make a counter wood. Boom the kitchen that is white would be warm too!
Keeping the counters dark, regardless of the material, would keep the counters clean looking for years to come and add to the contrast of the room.
I love the open, clean feeling the white gives, without looking like a hospital. The cupboards are stylish with the panels and hardware. The glass doors open up and show off all your favorite collections!
I have a beautiful white cabinets and they are badly in need of painting. I have decided to paint them white again, after long consideration of a "color". Counter tops are black granite. What I do not like are the stains that occur quickly on the cabinets. Is there a paint that can be used that will help to eliminate that? Help please. Thank you, BARB B. from Broadway, North Carolina