A White Kitchen
By: H. Iacobacci-Miller
A white kitchen might sound stark and cold, but it doesn't have
to be. White is no longer simply "white". It is French
Vanilla, Eggshell, Cream, and the list goes on. These subtle colors
mixed with white add a feeling of warmth to your walls and cabinets.
a white kitchen, countertops, flooring and accessories help to bring
out the true tones in the "white".
Take a look at this gorgeous kitchen from Better
Homes and Gardens. It is a white kitchen, but definitely not
stark. It is rich and warm with a subtle glow.
The tongue-and-groove planks replaced outdated acoustic ceiling
tile giving added architectural interest. Hefty crown molding adds
to the traditional feel of the space. The granite countertops add
a sense of weight and color.
For more white kitchen ideas, visit Better
Homes and Gardens
online. For all your kitchen decor needs, check out Linens
'n Things or Spiegel.
You'll find everything from plates and small kitchen appliances
to window treatments and rugs.