This is about as all-white as a kitchen can be. With the exception of the floor, these people have totally gone for it.
White is definitely the way to go if you want an uber-contemporary look. It also makes the space feel larger.
Here the white expanse is broken up only by stainless steel appliances, fruit, drawer pulls and skylights. Because the skylights are the only sources of natural light, this scheme helps brighten the room immensely.
Here the white kitchen lives up to its glamorous potential, thanks to the well-placed chandelier.
This mostly-white kitchen has a few vintage touches, like the schoolhouse pendant lights, drawer pulls and Tolix stools, which keeps it from being cold and sterile.
Here the same designer used some more fanciful touches, like that fabulous spherical pendant, the S-scroll door pull, the patterned floor and the details on the glass cabinet doors to add personality to a white slate.
This island's warm brown wood provides the big accent color and texture. It's a wonderful contrast in an otherwise all-white kitchen.
Another way to add some contrast is via the backsplash. This black backsplash underneath the range hood provides depth in this light kitchen.
White is a great place to start when designing a kitchen. The other colors and textures that stand out against the white background in this kitchen are wonderful—the warm wood dining table, the eclectic chairs, the barstools, the window trim, the beams.
I have a sneaking suspicion these counters were picked with Cabernet lovers in mind! This is how we can do a white kitchen!