There are a multitude of decors for a solid wood kitchen and our bespoke cabinet options can help you pick right shade to suit your kitchen design. A white wood kitchen is a great blank canvas to start from and there are a number of different ways a white kitchen can be styled. White provides a clean slate to work from – whether you are after a fresh, modern look or a more traditional country feel; they can be dressed up or pared down to create the perfect kitchen for your home.
White wood kitchens are a fantastic foundation for a country kitchen. A slightly off-white is best for more traditional designs, to help create a gently aged look. Pair with solid wood work surfaces to add warmth, and use classic features like pilasters, cornices and pelmets in the same shade gives a more traditional feel. White, or off-white cabinets in a country style kitchen work incredibly well with a variety of colours but can look just as good with a monochrome scheme as this kitchen illustrates.
Styled with a variety of pastel shades, a shabby chic look is a great choice for white wood kitchens. We previously wrote about shabby chic kitchens, and mentioned that neutral shades such as white and off-white are the perfect base for building up a shabby chic look. Working with a white backdrop is a great way to prevent a colourful palette from appearing too cluttered.
Different shades will come in and out of popularity, but a white wood kitchen that features shaker frontals is perfect for clean, minimalistic modern style. White is perfect for creating a light, airy space that works incredibly well in smaller rooms. Bold lines and smooth, gloss surfaces will add to the impact of a modern kitchen in white.