Please cast your votes for your favorite 'white kitchen'!! While you peruse through some of my favorite white kitchens please take a minute to notice how each kitchen has unique elements to set itself apart. Okay fine, I'll do it for you. Jeeeez, do I have to do everything around here?? :)
TTN: Things To Note
OTTN: Obvious Things to Note
TTN: blue tile, chairs, light fixture (so cool! although I can't really see it)
Designer Carl D'Aquino, image from Metropolitan Home
TTN: old white appliances, stools, light fixture= all have same feel; glass cabinets and hardware placement (a little odd but i like it)
OTTN: 2 pineapples seen canoodling on the island
Designer Thad Hayes, image in Southern Accents
TTN: black countertops and hardware, tall tile backsplash, killer stove
Designer Susan Tully, image in House Beautiful
TTN: Bongo stools, brackets supporting island overhang, great artwork in the kitchen to pull together black accents
Designer Susan Ferrier, image in House Beautiful
TTN: This look will never get old; classy, simple, lime green accents, farmhouse sink and bead-board backsplash- cool faucet too
Image from Better Home and Gardens
TTN: black island, pot rack, oooo pot rack with light fixtures hidden beneath (look veeeeddy veddy closely)
TTN:light blue painted island, open shelving with stainless (unique!) brackets, glass blue pulls, "pretty clutter," well done!
OTTN: I spy lemons
Designer Urban Grace Interiors, image from her blog
TTN: great use of space while allowing entire wall of windows to be 'cabinet free', light fixture above sink, and honey do melon!- nothing else really... it just looks so calming I want to crawl into the picture and sit at the island while someone makes me chicken noodle soup. Anyone want to join? (We don't have to have chicken noodle-)
TTN: different refrigerator, bridge faucet, neat light fixture, black countertops around perimeter, marble on island
image from elledecor
This is Martha Stewart's kitchen in her Chicago apartment.
TTN: I like the built-in refrigerator panels, wine bottle storage, and the funky light fixture to mix things up a bit
oh, and her manhattan apartment as well.. (sigh) must be nice. This is really different- but I like it.
TTN: Very kid friendly! (moms,we're back in business!)- minus the ladder on casters.. eek, that's a trainwreck waiting to happen; different colored chairs (you know martha painted them herself), white washed floors, tall,open shelving with anything from books to tea kettles.
both images from martha stewart living
This is a Mary Evelyn design as well. Actually, it used to be hers!
TTN: slipcovered chairs around an antique table, backsplash tile is not your usual shape (love it), simple hood design, didn't try to 'over design' the kitchen
Designer Mary Evelyn McKee, image from Southern Accents
I know this kitchen has been over posted, but I LOVE it. It makes me happy.
OTTN: I spy lemons. baby blue tile
TTN: grass shades, matching stools (just the right amount of "matchy"- anything else blue and it would be too much), love the long hardware pulls, and the cooktop knobs- white!? who knew.
Designer Suzanne Kasler, image from southern accents
TTN: black and white floors, tall french doors and windows, skinny island with great faucet,
OTTN: honey-do melon again?... Gotcha! (same kitchen as #11:)
image from southern accents
TTN: open shelving, backsplash tile goes almost to ceiling!, amber accents, look great with brass hardware
OTTN: They must not have kids, or even live there for that matter.
image from southern accents
Cast your votes! #1-18! You can pick more than one (if you're feeling extra inspired!) or you can shoot them all down.
TTN: Click on "Comments" below and scroll to end of this post to enter your comment. I'm interested to see which ones are chosen as Faves....
OTTN: These might make a dent in your nest egg, but I just couldn't help myself. Maybe when I have a 'kitchen winner' I will help you piece it together with less expensive materials... just a thought. .. actually, this whole blog is a bunch of thoughts. So I guess it's more like a thought within a giant web of thoughts. A sub-thought. Is anyone still reading this?? If you are, Go Vote. (and sorry for rambling)