No matter what style you prefer, white shaker kitchen cabinets can be used to create a kitchen that reflects your individuality. It's as simple as picking the right door design for your selected style and adorning and decorating your kitchen to your satisfaction. Here are five different white kitchen cabinet design styles to consider:
Style of White Kitchen Cabinets
Traditional: White shaker kitchen cabinets are a classic choice. It's all about the details in traditional kitchens. Cabinetry featuring glazed raised panels and elegant oil-rubbed bronze hardware adds to the eye-catching architectural aspects already present. The black cabinetry on the island in this two-tone kitchen adds visual contrast to the room and keeps it from feeling too monotonous.
Classic: Classic and traditional kitchens are not the same thing, even if the terms are commonly used interchangeably. Classic kitchens, in contrast to traditional kitchens, are simpler and more muted. Traditional kitchens can have a variety of cabinet colors, but white cabinetry is nearly always the focal point. A classic kitchen is probably not for you if you like bright colors, as black and white is the chosen color scheme in classic kitchens. The above kitchen uses a neutral palette to highlight the white cabinetry; contrasting black and white stone countertops and grey subway tile add interest without overpowering the white cabinets.