Off White Kitchen Cabinets

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Off White Kitchen Cabinets

Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

Let Lowe’s Open Your Mind to New Cabinet Possibilities Get all the extra storage space you need for your kitchen with cabinets from Lowe’s. If you’re shopping for new cabinets, try our Kitchen Cabinet Buying Guide and Cabinet Accessory Buying Guide. If you already have cabinets that you’d like to upgrade, try cabinet refacing, replacement cabinet doors or new cabinet doors. Update the look of your kitchen with cabinet accessories like backsplashes, crown moulding, end panels or fill strips, or simply maintain them with cabinet knobs, cabinet pulls, cabinet hinges and other cabinet hardware. Want to take a leap and try out the look of white kitchen cabinets? Maybe you like the look of shaker cabinets? Or do you want to stay with the classic wood cabinets? Shop our selection of KraftMaid cabinets in your local store to get the look you love. Lowe’s also has tons of options to choose from when it comes to kitchen organization, kitchen flooring and kitchen faucets too. You can also learn how to install backsplash, paint cabinets and get kitchen ideas and kitchen island ideas. Make sure you check out our how-to projects you can do yourself to improve both the look and functionality of your cabinets. Cabinets aren’t just for kitchen; shop Lowe’s selection of spacious garage cabinets and laundry room cabinets. Remember, you’ll always find great kitchen cabinet savings and deals at Lowe’s.

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

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Antique White Kitchens – Everyday Use: As opposed to pure white kitchens, antique white kitchen cabinets tend to be a bit more practical. Since dark stains and smudges stand out visually on a bright white surface, antique white kitchen cabinets may require less frequent cleaning and gentle dusting than a pure white kitchen. Still, cleanliness is key. Knowing this in advance can pay off with a lifetime of enjoyment in your modern cream or antique white kitchen.

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

Antique White Kitchens: Of the thousands of pictures of kitchens found on this website, fully 30% of them are white (or off-white) kitchens. For your benefit, I’ve separated the “antique white” kitchens, shown here, from the “pure white” kitchens located in the main gallery. Traditional antique kitchen cabinets are clean and elegant, and are often found in traditional homes. If you want a bright and elegant environment, then a beautiful antique kitchen is a great choice!

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

Give your kitchen an industrial edge – Nothing says cutting-edge style like an industrial kitchen, and all it takes is a few key changes to transform yours. Painting the island cabinets black and contrasting them against white drawers and cabinets in the rest of the kitchen is a good place to start. Stark contrasts will work well throughout. Stick with black handles on white cabinet doors and stainless-steel handles on black, and if you’re willing to spend on a new splashback, go for white subway tiles – bench to ceiling is ideal.

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

To break up the banks of white cabinetry in their remodeled kitchen, the Boettiger family painted the base cabinets a steely gray: Cityscape by Sherwin Williams. Switching up the cabinet colors gives even the most traditional kitchen a more contemporary look. If painting all the base cabinets feels overwhelming, start with just the island; you can always paint the remaining cabinets later if you like the look. Get more of the Boettiger’s tips for remodeling your kitchen.

Off White Kitchen Cabinets

This Charleston, SC kitchen is big on historic charm but the space’s unique dimensions (the 150+ year old original plaster ceiling is over 16 feet high) and the owner’s desire to preserve the home’s original architecture made fitting a modern kitchen with all the amenities into an 1851 townhouse difficult for designer Brian Reiss. The homeowner frequently entertains large groups and needed plenty of storage but the kitchen’s layout allowed for only one wall of cabinets so Brian’s solution was to create custom cabinets that stretch nearly to the ceiling. Framed, Shaker-style doors and bronze fixtures marry the white cabinets to the home’s traditional style.

To give a kitchen with stock cabinets a custom look, designer Sarah Richardson mixed together three different types of cabinets: glass front, painted and sleek white. The green base cabinets brighten up the kitchen and keep the space from looking too monochromatic. See more of Sarah’s kitchen design recipes.

Most cabinet lines (even stock cabinets from big box stores) also come in a 12- or 15-inch depth usually used for upper cabinets. Using slimmer lower cabinets for one area has its advantages. It opens a bit more floor space, which can make a big difference in a tight kitchen. It also reduces your storage slightly, but often the backs of deep cabinets are hard to reach anyway, so the shallower cabinets can be just right for everyday items.

Light & Simple White (or off-white) Shaker-style doors create a light and clean look in a kitchen. Cabinets in shades of white are enduring and versatile, appearing in cottage, traditional, and even modern kitchens. Cabinets: What You Need to Know

Hamptons-style houses are characterised by large living zones sectioned off for kitchen, living and dining areas. In this beautiful kitchen, with built-in furniture by Wm Ohs Inc, it’s easy to see how the quintessential Hamptons style of this house has been achieved by using a classic blue and white colour palette. The blue of the ceiling frames the white cabinets, and is repeated in the classic plump chair upholstery in the sitting area adjacent to the kitchen.

Traditional kitchen idea in Chicago with glass-front cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash — HouzzSubway tile. Looks like an old kitchen. — abwalk1 EmbedEmailQuestion

White (or off-white) Shaker-style doors create a light and clean look in a kitchen. Cabinets in shades of white are enduring and versatile, appearing in cottage, traditional, and even modern kitchens.

Always one to mix styles and materials in the kitchen, designer Sarah Richardson mixed colors here as well, choosing to paint the wall and base cabinets white then making the island a focal point with cheery robin’s egg blue. The ceiling, painted a lighter shade of blue, ties in the island while making the white cabinets really pop.

Mismatched Cabinets A cabinet or island in a color or wood that’s different from the rest of the kitchen works much like a patterned scarf with a solid-color shirt. More than a finishing touch, it breaks up the monotony to become a pivotal design piece. This kitchen mixes traditional white cabinetry with a rich black island, bringing warmth and dimension into the space. It’s also an option to treat a hutch or a section of cabinetry in the same manner. Cabinets: What You Need to Know

Essential, but not basic, describes daily life in this easy-for-living Elan kitchen with off white kitchen cabinets. Deep cabinet drawers bring every item directly to you with a fingertip pull of the decorative hardware while overhead cabinet doors with frosted glass create a memorable display that’s also accessible.

White’s dominance as the preferred kitchen color is nothing new, as this 1930s Magic Chef stove can attest. Not just a trending color for kitchen cabinets, countertops and backsplashes, white appliances are also surging in popularity with homeowners wishing to add a vintage vibe via throwback appliance brands like Smeg and Big Chill. See more of this home, that was feature in HGTV Magazine.

A white kitchen doesn’t have to be all white. Here, designer Andrea Schumacher swapped upper cabinets for just two small shelves so the fanciful floral wallpaper is the star. For contrast, she chose an emerald green tone from the wallpaper to paint the kitchen’s island.

If you’re worried that a white kitchen can’t feel cozy then this stunner, inspired by an English cottage kitchen, is here to prove that they can. Designer Jane Ellison mixed high-end materials like African bubinga wood with eco-friendly cork flooring and simple Shaker-style cabinets to create this kitchen’s right-at-home feel.

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