The possibilities for this classic hue are endless.
White never fails to give a kitchen design a timeless look. These stylish kitchens, including everything from white kitchen cabinets to sleek white tiles, are sure to serve as inspiration for your own kitchen design.
For a Hamptons beach house kitchen, interior designer Tamara Magel opted for a minimalist design. She outfitted the space with white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and sleek pendants from Circa Lighting. Exposed beams and wood flooring bring an earthy feel to the design.
Architect Piet Boon and designer Jennifer Schmidt take a traditional farmhouse kitchen to the next level with an all-white palette that still feels inviting.
Homepolish designer Jae Joo crafted a modern white kitchen for tech entrepreneur David Yaffe's New York City condo. A mix of black and white marble, along with black stools and cabinets, make for a sleek design.
Homepolish Co-Founder Will Nathan's New York City kitchen, which was designed by Becky Shea, celebrates the beauty of an open-floor plan. The industrial-style space features a large marble island, a trio of minimalist pendants, and open shelving.
Cassandra LaValle of upgraded her traditional farmhouse-style kitchen with modern touches, including a sleek island, glossy wooden floors, and white cabinets.
Bright white paint was used in Magdalena Björnsdotter and Erik Björklund's century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden. The white kitchen features touches of black, along with a flea-market table, industrial-style chairs and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by .
Malibu-based interior designer Taylor Ogle transformed the kitchen in her parents' Norman-style house on Washington’s Bainbridge Island into a contemporary space that's full of character. Highlights include open shelving in a light wood tone and floor-to-ceiling glossed white tiles.
Retail guru Jeffrey Kalinsky's New York townhouse is a lesson in minimalism. The all-white kitchen includes cabinetry by Bulthaup, a countertop and sink from Corian, fittings by Vola, and an oven and cooktop by Gaggenau. The pendant is by Bega, and the floor is terrazzo.
An all-white palette adds interest to a modern chef's kitchen designed by . The space features custom cabinetry and an onyx backsplash.
Bright whites add life to a kitchen by Los Angeles-based interior designer Jessica McClendon. From white walls to white cabinetry, the ultra-modern space feels welcoming.
A Boston condo with an open concept, designed by Erin Gates, features a sleek all-white kitchen with a large marble island and from Rove Concepts.
The kitchen island and counters in this New York home are topped with a Caesarstone surface, the Bertoia barstools are by Knoll, and the 1950s pendants are Italian; the refrigerator is by Thermador, and the sink by Elkay has Rohl fittings.
We love the shiny white appliances and cabinetry in Courteney Cox's Malibu home—not to mention the gorgeous light fixture from .
The hood and ovens in the kitchen of Jay and Yvonne Fielden designed by Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller are by Gaggenau, the cabinetry is by IKEA, and the Parsons-style stools are vintage.
The kitchen counters and sink in Michael Bruno's Tuxedo Park home are custom made, and the dishwasher is by Fisher & Paykel.
An Italian industrial light fixture hangs above an antique bluestone table and 19th-century American Windsor chairs in the rustic-style kitchen of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi's Santa Monica home. An Ib Kofod-Larsen armchair and a mid-century Danish lounge chair in its original leather sit near the fireplace.
In this formerly abandoned Swedish farmhouse, the kitchen's range, hood, and sink are all by Smeg, the fittings are by Vola, the counters are Carrara marble, and the cabinetry is painted in Farrow & Ball's Cornforth White.
Homeowners Michel Botbol of and Arthur Krystofiak handsomely renovated this neglected 110-year-old barn on Long Island. Pendant lights by hang above a marble-top island in the kitchen, a brick-clad fireplace looks crisp and contemporary thanks to a coat of white paint, and the grandfather clock is a Swedish antique.
A 1912 Dutch Colonial in Philadelphia belonging to Keith Johnson and Glen Senk is an ode to French country chic. The marble-and-oak island is a replica of one at hotel in Avignon, and the vintage grape-collecting basket is from the Champagne valley.
Interior designer infused the kitchen of this 1920s Malibu Hills, California, home with old-world ambience, choosing French lanterns from Ann-Morris Antiques, a plank-top table from Dan Marty Design, and a farm sink and fittings by .
Inside a Windsor Terrace family home, the kitchen counters are Calacatta Gold marble, the backsplash tile is by Waterworks, the range is by Capital, the stools are from and the light fixture is by Apparatus.
This New York studio apartment's custom cabinetry is painted in . The countertops are , and the dishes are from .
A Gramercy Park apartment features a kitchen range by Wolf, the sink and fittings are by Lefroy Brooks, the cabinetry is by Smallbone of Devizes and the Bertoia barstool is Knoll.
This Upper West Side kitchen contains a Bertazzoni oven, a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and marble counters. The subway tile is from Home Depot and the flooring is oak painted with a custom design.
The kitchen inside a remote Uruguayan home boasts a pendant light made of leather, the ceiling beam is an old railroad track that was found in a nearby field and the flooring is tinted cement tile.
The kitchen cupboard and marble-topped Tuscan tables are 19th-century and the flooring is handmade cement tile from Florence, where this familial country home is located.
Custom-made lacquer cabinetry lines a wall of the kitchen in this Manhattan townhouse; the barstools are by Philippe Starck, the vintage light fixture is by Stilnovo, and Saarinen Tulip chairs by Knoll surround a table designed by John Meeks.
In this cheery Hamptons home, the kitchen cabinetry is custom made, the stools are by BassamFellows, and the pendant lights are by Louis Poulsen; the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, and the hood is by Wolf.
A 1950s FontanaArte chandelier and 1970s barstools in the kitchen of London designer Colin Radcliffe's Notting Hill home; the cabinetry is custom made, and the refrigerators are by Liebherr.
This New York City kitchen's lacquer cabinetry is custom made, the backsplash and countertop are Calacatta marble, the range is by Viking, and the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero; the print is by Ellsworth Kelly.