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White Kitchen Design Ideas – a Timeless Look for Beautiful Oak Kitchens

Posted by admin on October 26, 2016 at 4:08 pm. Filed under: General

Beautiful oak kitchens come in all shapes, sizes, and colours! White kitchens, however, are a timeless classic that feature in design trends year on year, each with a new twist. Whether you are dreaming of an all-white kitchen with white subway tiling, or you would like to adopt the latest penchant for mixed-metal hardware, painted oak base cabinets and wall cabinets are a great place to start.

For kitchen design inspiration, explore the stunning examples of white painted oak kitchens in this blog – all of which have been designed with our own solid wood cabinets:

Oak kitchens painted in Farrow & Ball’s All White, with oak worktops.

This fresh white kitchen features cabinet frontals painted in Farrow & Ball’s All White, and beautiful, traditional oak worktops.

Stainless steel hotrods have been added to provide a convenient pan stand alongside the cooker, whilst a specialist cabinet for sinks houses a classic Rangemaster Single Belfast sink.

Large family painted with cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White.

In this large family kitchen, the cabinet frontals have been painted in Wimborne White. This high-quality paint from Farrow & Ball has had some warm pigments added to achieve a versatile off-white shade.

This white kitchen has been designed with utility in mind, with a handy breakfast bar at the end and a spacious double Belfast sink.

Contemporary painted Shaker kitchen in a beautiful traditional building.

Tradition meets modernity in this stunning country home, with the addition of an elegant Shaker kitchen. These Shaker cupboard doors incorporate clean lines for a sophisticated and ‘unfussy’ aesthetic.

The polished look has been complemented with Queslett Cup Handles – which are handmade in Britain from robust brass with an attractive nickel finish – and a wine-coloured glass splashback.

A solid oak kitchen with cupboard doors painted in Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White.

These cabinet doors are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White, an off-white that brings warmth to the stone work surfaces.

The final layer of paint applied to our cabinet fronts is done by hand, in such a way as to show off the true beauty of the natural grain structure beneath.

This modern white kitchen is made from solid oak and painted in Farrow & Ball’s White Tie.

Solid oak kitchens take on a contemporary style in this beautiful white kitchen. With cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball’s White Tie, this kitchen showcases an impressive island unit, designed with an overhanging surface to provide a convenient breakfast bar.

Our full-height appliance housing cabinets have been integrated in this kitchen layout to accommodate two double ovens.

Painted white kitchen with black worktops and stone floor tiles.

To enhance the fresh, clean look of this room, the kitchen cupboards have been painted in All White, one of the beautiful Farrow & Ball shades in our Signature range.

Black worktops give this kitchen a little added drama, whilst their gloss finish and the metallic drawer handles have an uplifting effect. Stone floor tiles add to the overall warmth of the room.

If you would like to get in touch to discuss your kitchen requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephoning 0345 22 22 990 or by emailing us at – we would love to hear from you.


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