organic white, haze or cinder. Is this haze? Looks great?
did w/white cabinets and a color more like Caesarstone's "concrete": http://www.houzz.com/photos/178335/Loft-Style-Urban-Kitchen-with-white-cabinets-modern-kitchen-portland
going with white for the cabinets, I'd want more of a contrast on the counters than the 3 you mentioned. Haze would be my first choice though if that's what you've narrowed it down to. See if you can take a cabinet door in and place it next to an entire slab of the quartz colors you like if they've got it
full. The white walls and ceiling and built-in shelves keep it from sliding from cozy status to cramped status.
white chair with wood midcentury desk
contemporary white bookshelves with vintage wood desks. This is what I want to do in my home. Wood and bright colors.
bright white and mustard yellow accents found throughout the rest of the house.
Rather than being shoved against a wall, this desk enjoys sitting in the center of the room, atop an area rug. The furniture arrangement is tight, yet the room is not too full. The white walls and ceiling and built-in