We just had these antique white kitchen cabinets installed and, although I loved them in the store, I am not sure how much I am liking them against our reddish brown floor and grey walls. I thought that going a little bit more traditional with our kitchen cabinet ideas would give a more elegant look to our previously retro style home, but I am not sure that they really work well together. We may need to modify our island a bit or even just add a coat of paint to the walls to make everything seem a bit more cohesive. The alternative was white shaker kitchen cabinets but I thought that would be too stark of a contrast against the floors.
These antique white kitchen cabinets look so beautiful against the cherry island that we just added -- I am so happy that we decided to be a little bit daring and add this trendy piece to our kitchen. As you can see we originally chose to accent our shaker style cabinets with some rustic wood beams on the ceiling and framing the window above the sink. We though that this would add a nice French country look to the space without being too rustic or casual. When we were ready to install the island, I thought it would look so cool to have it finished in the same stain as those other wood elements so that it would tie the entire space together and really make them pop. After seeing the final look, I definitely think that these were the best kitchen cabinets for that particular space and I would 100% make that decision over and over again.
I love how antique white kitchen cabinets look against stainless steel appliances. To me it looks so elegant and every time I envision myself in our new space filled with kitchen remodel ideas like the ones in these photos it makes me feel like a chef in a cooking show (my kids may tell you otherwise after eating my meals though). The thing I like most about this particular home, is that they mixed both cabinet finishes and coloring. Some of the units are in an antiqued wood, while others are painted off white kitchen cabinets, and even others have more of a furniture style. The combination is eclectic yet refined at the same time time and oh so perfect for the style of our home.
There are no words for this amazing kitchen other than "absolutely stunning." I began searching for ways to incorporate antique quiet kitchen cabinets into our home and came across this amazing design. If the intricate detailing on the country kitchen cabinets was not enough, the gorgeous cherry rafters on the ceiling takes it to a completely new level. I love everything about this space and wish that I could just snap my fingers and recreate the look in my house. I am definitely going to take elements of the kitchen design ideas they used and translate them on a smaller scale in my house. For example, I certainly will be adding antique white kitchen cabinets, likely with a rich butcher block countertop like they did here.
I always think that antique white kitchen cabinets make a stunning addition to any home no matter what the existing color palette may be. For example, this house has a pretty diverse color scheme going on with warm beige tile floors and backsplash accents combined with black kitchen cabinets on the island, and cool tones grey walls to bring out the natural brick divider in the room. Although on paper it seems like a mish mash of a design, when you see the finished product in photos, I think it works so well together. Even better, when you mix and match units like this you can actually cut down on the cost of kitchen cabinets quite dramatically because you don't require as customized of a product.
Antique white kitchen cabinets are some of my favorite features to add to a home because they bring such a classic and elegant look. Most people think that refinishing kitchen cabinets in this shade is reserved for more traditional style homes, but I think that they can enhance a contemporary space just as well. This particular kitchen is one of my favorite examples of how to use antique white alongside more modern fixtures and decorative accents. This space definitely goes to show that you can think outside of the box when selecting painting kitchen cabinets ideas to use in your home. Don't feel boxed in by particular styles, but instead go with your gut and what you like.