White Kitchen Countertops

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White Kitchen Countertops

Lowe’s Is Your One-Stop Shop for Countertops Since a lot of the higher-level surface area in your kitchen is a countertop, you’ll want to make sure it’s one you’re proud of and like to look at. Select the right countertop for your kitchen and kitchen island with our Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide. It’ll help you compare the differences among laminate countertops and other surface styles like solid surface, granite and quartz. Looking for a strong, durable kitchen countertop? Shop our selection of concrete countertops, corian countertops, soapstone countertops, tile countertops, marble countertops, black granite countertops, copper countertops and stainless steel countertops. Like the wooden look? Browse our butcher-block countertops. We also have recycled glass countertops and glass countertops to give your kitchen a unique look. Want to go with the classic quartz? But countertops aren’t only for the kitchen. You can also find the perfect bathroom countertop at Lowe’s. We have kitchen sinks, kitchen faucets, kitchen cabinets, trash compactors and garbage disposals for you to choose from to accompany your countertops. Imagine, an apron sink with a stylish KOHLER faucet paired with your sleek countertops. Finally, you have the kitchen you’ve always wanted. Install a kitchen backsplash and wainscoting, and get inspiration to help further spruce up your surface space.

White Kitchen Countertops

Since a lot of the higher-level surface area in your kitchen is a countertop, you’ll want to make sure it’s one you’re proud of and like to look at. Select the right countertop for your kitchen and kitchen island with our Kitchen Countertop Buying Guide. It’ll help you compare the differences among laminate countertops and other surface styles like solid surface, granite and quartz. Looking for a strong, durable kitchen countertop? Shop our selection of concrete countertops, corian countertops, soapstone countertops, tile countertops, marble countertops, black granite countertops, copper countertops and stainless steel countertops. Like the wooden look? Browse our butcher-block countertops. We also have recycled glass countertops and glass countertops to give your kitchen a unique look. Want to go with the classic quartz? But countertops aren’t only for the kitchen. You can also find the perfect bathroom countertop at Lowe’s. We have kitchen sinks, kitchen faucets, kitchen cabinets, trash compactors and garbage disposals for you to choose from to accompany your countertops. Imagine, an apron sink with a stylish KOHLER faucet paired with your sleek countertops. Finally, you have the kitchen you’ve always wanted. Install a kitchen backsplash and wainscoting, and get inspiration to help further spruce up your surface space.

White Kitchen Countertops

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White Kitchen Countertops White countertops work in every style of kitchen, but there are other factors to consider beyond how good it will look. Here we show you the range of materials, how to decorate a kitchen with white countertops, and what pitfalls to avoid.

White Kitchen Countertops

For a warm, cottage kitchen look, opt for butcher-block-style wood countertops. Both decorative and functional, this hardworking surface is ideal for food prep — properly sealed, wood countertops are sanitary even for chopping meat. Unlike other budget-friendly options, like laminate, wood is highly heat-resistant so you don’t have to worry about putting hot pots and pans on the surface. Anthony and John, the Cousins on Call, installed wraparound wood countertops in this cozy kitchen, but most homeowners choose to mix wood countertops with other surfaces like natural or engineered stone to provide a variety of prep surfaces.

White Kitchen Countertops

Black-and-White Kitchen with Patterns Black and white reign supreme in this kitchen, with checkerboard tiles laid on the diagonal and black-and-white patterned fabric covering a nearby chair. The crisp, graphic look extends to work spaces, where countertops are black and cabinets and backsplash tiles are white. Tags: Kitchen Design Post a comment

White Kitchen Countertops

White countertops work in every style of kitchen, but there are other factors to consider beyond how good it will look. Here we show you the range of materials, how to decorate a kitchen with white countertops, and what pitfalls to avoid.

White Kitchen Countertops

White Kitchen with Blue-Gray Ceiling A blue-gray painted ceiling emphasizes the lakeside location of the home in which this white kitchen resides. Thick white marble countertops, marble backsplashes, and classic white cabinets draw attention to the room’s main ornamentation: a horse weather vane galloping above the range. Dark-stained hand-scraped walnut floors provide an earthy foundation.

Black-and-White Kitchen with Patterns Black and white reign supreme in this kitchen, with checkerboard tiles laid on the diagonal and black-and-white patterned fabric covering a nearby chair. The crisp, graphic look extends to work spaces, where countertops are black and cabinets and backsplash tiles are white.

Glass Countertops Aside from its sleek, streamlined appearance, glass countertops have many benefits. Glass can be cut into any shape and texture and the color options are endless. Although it’s a pricier option, the popularity of glass countertops is on the rise thanks to its modern look. It’s easy to keep clean and its non-porous surface makes it stain-resistant and one of the most hygienic countertop materials available. For durability, choose glass that’s at least 1 inch thick and tempered.

White Kitchen With Edgy Color Whether dressed completely in white, or embellished with color, these white kitchens prove to be the cream of the crop. This kitchen gets its edgy feel from high-gloss features and shots of bright color. Electric yellow-green stools bring energy to the classic marble-topped island, big enough for dining. Custom cabinets from Cardea Building Company are painted white to bring more light and open the space. Hiring a Kitchen Remodeler Tags: Kitchen Design Post a comment

White granite countertops also have a very complementary nature. White goes well with a wide array of colors, whether you’re looking for a striking contrast, like black-and-white, or a more subtle flow between white counters and a neutral colored cabinetry base. In addition, white is always in style, and it has a clean and sophisticated look.

All-White Kitchen with Black Floor White scullery-type cabinets mingle with glossy white subway tiles, marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances to create a pristine appearance in this light and airy room. Below, an oak floor stained ebony creates a dramatic contrast. Tags: Kitchen Design Post a comment

Kitchen in White, Gray and Stainless Steel Stainless steel appliances, gray countertops, and a gray-and-white backsplash make serene companions to white painted cabinetry. Gray-painted base cabinets with silvertone hardware mimic the finish on the range. Tags: Kitchen Design Post a comment

Creamy White Kitchen Creamy white cabinets provide a mellow foundation for gold-tone engineered quartz countertops in this kitchen from The Nanny Diaries set. The combination of classic neutral colors, upscale fixtures, and cabinetry with glass-front doors is designed to creatae an interior that’s traditional, comfortable, and inviting. Tags: Kitchen Design Post a comment

White Kitchen With Edgy Color Whether dressed completely in white, or embellished with color, these white kitchens prove to be the cream of the crop. This kitchen gets its edgy feel from high-gloss features and shots of bright color. Electric yellow-green stools bring energy to the classic marble-topped island, big enough for dining. Custom cabinets from Cardea Building Company are painted white to bring more light and open the space. Hiring a Kitchen Remodeler

All-White Kitchen with Black Floor White scullery-type cabinets mingle with glossy white subway tiles, marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances to create a pristine appearance in this light and airy room. Below, an oak floor stained ebony creates a dramatic contrast.

Kitchen in White, Gray and Stainless Steel Stainless steel appliances, gray countertops, and a gray-and-white backsplash make serene companions to white painted cabinetry. Gray-painted base cabinets with silvertone hardware mimic the finish on the range.

Creamy White Kitchen Creamy white cabinets provide a mellow foundation for gold-tone engineered quartz countertops in this kitchen from The Nanny Diaries set. The combination of classic neutral colors, upscale fixtures, and cabinetry with glass-front doors is designed to creatae an interior that’s traditional, comfortable, and inviting.

The eco-friendly choice, recycled countertops come in a variety of sustainable materials, including concrete, glass, paper, composite and plastic. Usually a mix of pre- and post-consumer products, recycled countertops are available in a wide range of colors and textures. This beachy kitchen by Massucco Warner Miller features IceStone terrazzo which is composed of recycled glass, Portland cement and resin for a durable, low-maintenance surface.

Conversely, engineered countertops offer a wide variety of colors that aren’t found naturally, and there are lots of materials to choose from: solid-surfacing, and quartz-surfacing, and laminate countertops are all manufactured and can be made into any color of the rainbow. Quartz has soared in popularity in the past few years with its super hard, low-maintenance, and stone-look qualities. Silestone, a kind of quartz-surfacing, even has antimicrobial properties, which lends itself well to a hardworking kitchen.

Polished Granite Countertops Still the top choice of most homeowners, traditional granite countertops offer a high-end look that adds to your kitchen’s value while providing a durable prep surface. Because granite is a natural material, variation in the stone’s pattern is common and, for most people, adds to its appeal but can make matching up slabs tricky. In most regions, the cost of granite and quartz are comparable but natural granite requires a bit more care than manufactured quartz to keep its good looks — wipe up all stains quickly, especially oils, wine, acids and soda, and follow a regular sealing routine — typically once a year.

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