The white color continues to pulse on the kitchen scene. If the kitchen is the centerpiece of your home and you are looking for a neutral white color that blends quietly with the residual and timeless design of your apartment or home, you have come to the right place. Winter time is an ideal reference for the white, luxury kitchen.
Art to warm a white space
Although the name of the game is white, we mustn’t forget that the kitchen is a part of the home, and that’s why the home design has to be warm, cozy and pleasant. In order to avoid a cold to sterile feeling in the space, we recommend choosing a few elements that will disrupt the monotony of the cold white color. Adding other colors with accessories will make you feel warmer in the room. We recommend a trick with a large vase and flowers or green simple grasses that stand out on the white countertop and give out the warm feeling in the room.
Energy saving LED lamps are fine. Avoid white fluorescent bulbs. If you want to bust the office atmosphere in your kitchen, choose warmer lighting instead. Warm natural light complements and accentuates white surfaces without causing a cold feeling. The top trend is chandeliers hanging from the ceiling above the central island or dining table. This trend also allows you to get the most out of your floors and kitchen desks. It emphasizes their depth of color or natural glitter and shine.
White perfectly complements wood
To attract interest and disturb the uniform appearance of the space, choose wood to go with your white kitchen. Wood can also be part of a white countertop if you are creative. For example, the wood looks great like a bar counter that will perfectly serve as a host design platform. The trend of recent years has been to combine wood with quartz. Both materials bring natural materials to the kitchen, long service life and great timeless design. We recommend TechniStone® quality Czech materials and their phenomenal and ageless shades Noble Lusso Chamagne, Noble Perlato Luna or new shades from Serenity, Crystal Calacatta Silva or Omnis.
Textures and finishes
The color characteristic is often determined by the material on which it is “lying”. When designing a white kitchen, it is important to remember that different materials have different effects on how white reacts to the material and how much light it reflects from it. The glossy surface with reflective characteristics gives the white color depth. All objects and their colors around the glossy surface will be reflected on it. Please do not forget this. In contrast, the matt white finish absorbs light. So it allows us to make the white color look like a unique unified design.