5 Ways to Make a White Kitchen Your Own
My name is Danielle and I work on the Design team at Revive. Here are 5 design insights on making a white kitchen uniquely yours that can turn your space into a reflection of your own taste and personality.
1. Update Your Cabinet Hardware
Elevate your kitchen's aesthetic effortlessly by updating cabinet hardware. Simply swap out old handles and knobs for modern, stylish alternatives to give your space an instant and cost-effective facelift. So many styles and finishes to choose from. Everything from matte black, brass, brushed nickel to name a few. Cabinet hardware also comes in an array of styles such as bar pulls, knobs and bin pulls. Remember to always be mindful of function when selecting a knob versus a pull!
2. Apply Paint to your Cabinets
Transforming your white kitchen can be easy with a fresh coat of paint. A few applications can include full cabinetry paint throughout or applying to just the island or perimeter cabinets in a fun color to reflect your personal style.
3. Decorative Lighting
Illuminate your kitchen with style by incorporating decorative lighting. Install pendant lights above the island to create a warm and inviting ambiance, or task lighting in a sconce to instantly transform your kitchen into a visually stunning and well-lit culinary haven.
4. Backsplash to Reflect your design style
Revitalize your kitchen's aesthetic by introducing a thoughtful backsplash. Choose a vibrant tile or pattern that complements your design style, instantly adding personality and a focal point to the space while protecting the walls from splatters and stains. You can opt for an undulated texture like a zellige or a patterned mosaic to add some flair.
5. Install and Style Open Shelves
Infuse a sense of openness and style by incorporating open shelves. Installing shelves can help display curated items, from dinnerware to decorative accents, creating a visually appealing and accessible storage solution that transforms the heart of your home
Danielle has a demonstrated experience of 8 plus years in high-end residential, hospitality, and solid credentials in Interior Architecture and Business, she's the cornerstone of Revive's design projects, blending innovation with function.