Why You Can’t Go Wrong with White Kitchen Cabinets

They’re a foolproof choice for any kitchen, whether you go sleek and modern or elegant and traditional

 

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The kitchen and breakfast area of a London home by decorator Hubert Zandberg and architectural designer Jan Swanepoel features white cabinets and Cox London light fixtures.

Photo: Simon Upton

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The kitchen in late fashion designer Vince Camuto’s Hamptons estate, painted in a Benjamin Moore white, features custom-made holophane lights by Ann-Morris Antiques and cabinetry by Eppley Building & Design; the oak bench and ebonized bobbin chair are antique.

Photo: Scott Frances

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The kitchen in a Shelter Island, New York, home designed by Russell Piccione features Boffi cabinetry and Jeff Zimmerman pendant lights; the cooktop is by Viking, and the porcelain tableware is by Hermès.

Photo: Roger Davies

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The kitchen of this Southampton, New York, home designed by Juan Montoya is painted in a Farrow & Ball white and features Roman shades in an Old World Weavers fabric.

Photo: Björn Wallander

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A 1970s ceiling light joins 18th-century prints, Verner Panton chairs, and sleek cabinetry in the kitchen of designer Allegra Hicks’s penthouse in Naples, Italy.

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In decorator Alex Papachristidis’s Hamptons kitchen, the stools are by Laura Kirar for McGuire, the blue-and-white china is by Mottahedeh, and the range is by Wolf.

Photo: William Waldron

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Jacobsen Architecture designed the cabinetry and the marble-top island with an incorporated dining table in the kitchen of a Napa Valley home. The cooktop is by GE Monogram, the Mies van der Rohe chairs are by Knoll, the metal sculpture is by Bret Price, and the framed silkscreen is by Gene Davis.

Photo: Roger Davies

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Bespoke cabinetry and a Campana Brothers suspension light enliven the kitchen of a rural Connecticut estate designed by India Mahdavi; the stools are by BassamFellows from Design Within Reach, the Eames side chairs are by Vitra, and the oven is by Miele.

Photo: Jason Schmidt

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Marble surfaces complement Bulthaup cabinetry in a Manhattan kitchen designed by Greg Dufner and Daniel Heighes Wismer. The space is equipped with Miele wall ovens, a Gaggenau cooktop, Dornbracht sink fittings, and a Sub-Zero wine refrigerator.

Photo: Nikolas Koenig

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White cabinets line a Florida kitchen designed by Vicente Wolf; the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the coffee machine is by Miele, and the Knoll stools are from Design Within Reach.

Photo: Björn Wallander

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In a Nantucket, Massachusetts, kitchen designed by Jacobsen Architecture, glossy white cabinets are a counterpoint to the walnut-top table with acrylic supports and four walnut benches, all by Hudson Furniture.

Photo: Douglas Friedman

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An Ann-Morris light fixture presides over the kitchen island in a Bay Area home designed by Douglas Durkin. The space also includes a Waterworks-tile backsplash, a Wolf range, and Erika Brunson chairs upholstered in a Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabric.

Photo: Roger Davies

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Designer Larry Laslo updated the galley kitchen of a New York apartment with a black-and-white palette.

Photo: Joshua McHugh

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In a Washington, D.C., apartment by the design firm Solís Betancourt & Sherrill, the kitchen’s cabinetry, sink, and sink fittings are by Bulthaup, while the hood and appliances are by Gaggenau.

Photo: Pieter Estersohn

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