1. White cabinets (or ivory) are very common in traditional style kitchens, especially French and Southern styles. Cabinets in a traditional kitchen generally have a raised-panel door design. Southern style traditional kitchens frequently include glass-panel doors as well. Keep in mind that traditional kitchens tend to be elegant and somewhat formal. 2. White kitchen cabinets are also popular in country-style kitchens, although natural wood finishes are often preferred. White is most popular in an English country-style or a Victorian bungalow, but it is also very commonly seen in the American farmhouse. Country kitchens by design appear worn and well lived-in, so white cabinets can be freely mixed with other finishes as well. 3. White can also be freely used in an eclectic style kitchen where absolutely anything goes and woods, finishes and stylistic features are commonly very mixed. 4. Contemporary style kitchens, whether futuristic or retro, also commonly use "classic" white. In a contemporary kitchen, however, cabinet doors will have flat, smooth surfaces to produce a sleek appearance. Glass, particularly frosted or textured glass, door panels are also commonly used.
The paint or coating on white kitchen cabinets can hide the wood used to build the cabinets. For example, the cabinet might be built of particle board, pine, oak, hickory, maple, or most any other kind of wood. It could even be built of plywood. This is an important factor in determining the quality of workmanship in the cabinets.
Contemporary White - If you just wish your kitchen to look elegant with nothing much cheesy then contemporary white is the best choice. With high class furnishing, it will be ideal to make your kitchen a lovely place. Stainless steel countertops with contemporary white cabinets can look really sparkly.
You can brighten up your space when using custom white kitchen cabinets by adding some light color to your walls. Using gentle tones and lighter colors, such as greens, blues or even reds can emphasize your new cabinetry and give the space a little bit of color if you feel that it's too white and clean.
You can liven up an all white kitchen with bold touches of color. Blue and yellow make a cheerful combination. You can easily change the look of an all white kitchen by switching accessories or changing your accent colors. Copper looks good with white kitchen cabinets, while you can display copper pots and pans on hanging racks or shelves, and turn them into a feature.
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