White on White Kitchens

The trend sweeping the nation and our number one request at Stone Saver is for white on white kitchens. I’ve scoured the internet for some of the most striking examples and wanted to share some inspiration with you. The beauty of white on white is that it is incredibly versatile and can please a wide variety of personal styles.

This classic kitchen appears to have quartz as the countertop accented with a tumbled marble back splash and contrasting stone listello running through it. White bead board paneling on the front of the high bar add to the classic look.

   
A full height quartz backsplash and counter create a very clean contemporary feel in this freshly designed kitchen. Under cabinet lighting also adds to the airy feel.        
This contemporary kitchen capitalizes on clean lines. The flooring appears to be a vinyl plank, suitable for potential spills and dirt likely to be tracked in from the outside. Light gray backsplash tile adds a subtle contrast to the stark white quartz countertops.
 This kitchen is more of an off white with an Old World style reminiscent of an Italian kitchen. Tumbled marble backsplash accented with a darker pencil liner with small ciche tiles break up the monotony of the backsplash and highlight the range. The counters appear to be granite, which is about as “white” as granite gets.
These are actually two different kitchens with a very similar feel. The kitchen to the left has a vinyl plank flooring with a quartz counter and matching full height backsplash. To the right, a wood-look tile with a hand scraped appearance compliments the dark island and marble or quartz island countertop. Light green glass backsplash tiles add depth.

I made some assumptions about the countertop materials in these photos and many appear to be quartz, but could be marble. We don’t recommend marble as a suitable kitchen material because it stains and etches (loses it’s shine) easily with everyday kitchen activities. The best alternatives to marble to still get that white appearance would be quartz, although we have found a material called Vermont Danby that is a marble, but is resilient to stains and etching similar to quartz. I hope you enjoyed these kitchens and stop into our showroom soon so we can help you design your dream space! Please feel free to contact us with any questions!

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