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Painted White Kitchen Cabinets

Painted White Kitchen Cabinets

By Kelsey Kloss Dec 27, 2016 Bright, white cabinetry bounces light and makes for a modern kitchen. View Gallery 23 Photos 1 of 23 2 of 23 3 of 23 4 of 23 5 of 23 6 of 23 7 of 23 8 of 23 9 of 23 10 of 23 11 of 23 12 of 23 13 of 23 14 of 23 15 of 23 16 of 23 17 of 23 18 of 23 19 of 23 20 of 23 21 of 23 22 of 23 23 of 23 1 of 23 When Jennifer Lifford, a Canadian blogger and member of the DIY site Hometalk, was ready to refresh her 20-year-old kitchen, she planned out fresh paint and new countertops. Roselee Roy 2 of 23 The result: A clean, fresh space that appears to be more spacious. The white paint, Simply White by Benjamin Moore, reflects the kitchen’s natural light. Roselee Roy 3 of 23 When the home renovators behind Studio McGee were presented with a client’s kitchen, they immediately noticed its deep brown palette (true to its Tuscan aesthetic) was absorbing the room’s natural light. Courtesy of Studio McGee Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 23 They replaced the deep brown cabinetry with white cabinets, which bounce the natural light welcomed in by the home’s large windows. The new kitchen reflects the coastal home’s breezy style. Courtesy of Studio McGee 5 of 23 When a San Francisco family of four realized their kitchen felt cramped and dark with its deep wood cabinets, they hired Decorist, an online interior design company, to modernize the space. Paul Dyer Photography Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 23 To create a predominantly white kitchen with dimension, the designers painted the upper cabinets with Simply White by Benjamin Moore, and splashed the lower cabinets with Pavillion Gray by Farrow & Ball. Paul Dyer Photography Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 23 “Major 80s” is how Gina Kirk, the blogger behind Is She Really, described her kitchen when she first moved into her home in 2008. Courtesy Of Is She Really 8 of 23 Kirk hired painters to spray the cabinets different colors for a two-toned kitchen. The top cabinets are painted with Benjamin Moore’s Dove White and the bottom cabinets are painted with Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray. Courtesy of Is She Really 9 of 23 When Lindsay Ostrom, the foodie mastermind behind the blog Pinch of Yum, purchased a home in 2013, she and her husband Bjork decided the kitchen’s dated, dark cabinets needed a major restoration. Courtesy of Pinch of Yum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 23 The couple tore out the walls to combine the kitchen and the living room, installed completely new cabinetry, and replaced the countertops for a white kitchen that reflects the natural light from two large windows. Courtesy of Pinch of Yum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 23 When Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman, the bloggers behind A Beautiful Mess, set out to transform a Habitat for Humanity project house, the dark wood kitchen cabinets made the space feel small and cavelike. Courtesy Of A Beautiful Mess 12 of 23 The team added a fresh coat of white paint to the walls and cabinets and installed a white subway tile backsplash. Courtesy Of A Beautiful Mess Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 23 After living in her home for 20 years, actress Christina Applegate loved every room — except the kitchen. Online interior design firm Laurel & Wolf helped her craft a clean, modern kitchen that’s far from the “god awful” space Applegate describes here. 14 of 23 Laurel & Wolf designer Jessica Today created a brand new space with white cabinets and new tableware for a functional, refined, and family-friendly kitchen. 15 of 23 When a homeowner in Illinois was looking for a full kitchen makeover, Havenly designer Griffin Carrick knew updating the cabinetry was a necessity to modernize the kitchen. Courtesy of Havenly Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 23 Carrick updated the cabinets with lighter and brighter white paint (Decorator’s White by Benjamin Moore) to give the space a more simple, accessible, and elegant aesthetic. Courtesy of Havenly 17 of 23 When Shawn Syphus, the blogger behind I Wash You Dry, purchased a new home, she knew she wanted to update the drab kitchen before she even signed the papers. Courtesy of Shawn Syphus 18 of 23 Syphus spent the majority of her makeover budget on custom-made cabinets in bright white paint. The arctic ice tile backsplash adds a pop of color against the cabinets. Courtesy of Shawn Syphus Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 23 The Home Depot Blog team wanted to give this kitchen a makeover, replicating the look of brand new cabinets without the cost of replacing them. The Home Depot and Rust-Oleum 20 of 23 The crew painted the top cabinets with the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Pure White and the lower cabinets Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Gray for a two-tone dimension, and painted a playful chalkboard on the side of the cabinets. The Home Depot and Rust-Oleum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 21 of 23 When Elisha Albretsen, the DIY blogger behind Pneumatic Addict, decided to renovate the kitchen in her Phoenix suburbs home, she knew the outdated wooden cabinets needed an upgrade. Courtesy of Pneumatic Addict Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 22 of 23 Albretsen illuminated and visually expanded the kitchen by replacing the cabinetry and painting it with Snowbound by Sherwin Williams. Courtesy of Pneumatic Addict 23 of 23 Pin these ideas for later. For more, follow ELLE Decor on Pinterest! Next 30 Black Kitchen Cabinets In Beautiful Cooking Spaces Skip Ad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Painted White Kitchen Cabinets

Bright, white cabinetry bounces light and makes for a modern kitchen. View Gallery 23 Photos 1 of 23 2 of 23 3 of 23 4 of 23 5 of 23 6 of 23 7 of 23 8 of 23 9 of 23 10 of 23 11 of 23 12 of 23 13 of 23 14 of 23 15 of 23 16 of 23 17 of 23 18 of 23 19 of 23 20 of 23 21 of 23 22 of 23 23 of 23 1 of 23 When Jennifer Lifford, a Canadian blogger and member of the DIY site Hometalk, was ready to refresh her 20-year-old kitchen, she planned out fresh paint and new countertops. Roselee Roy 2 of 23 The result: A clean, fresh space that appears to be more spacious. The white paint, Simply White by Benjamin Moore, reflects the kitchen’s natural light. Roselee Roy 3 of 23 When the home renovators behind Studio McGee were presented with a client’s kitchen, they immediately noticed its deep brown palette (true to its Tuscan aesthetic) was absorbing the room’s natural light. Courtesy of Studio McGee Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 23 They replaced the deep brown cabinetry with white cabinets, which bounce the natural light welcomed in by the home’s large windows. The new kitchen reflects the coastal home’s breezy style. Courtesy of Studio McGee 5 of 23 When a San Francisco family of four realized their kitchen felt cramped and dark with its deep wood cabinets, they hired Decorist, an online interior design company, to modernize the space. Paul Dyer Photography Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 23 To create a predominantly white kitchen with dimension, the designers painted the upper cabinets with Simply White by Benjamin Moore, and splashed the lower cabinets with Pavillion Gray by Farrow & Ball. Paul Dyer Photography Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 23 “Major 80s” is how Gina Kirk, the blogger behind Is She Really, described her kitchen when she first moved into her home in 2008. Courtesy Of Is She Really 8 of 23 Kirk hired painters to spray the cabinets different colors for a two-toned kitchen. The top cabinets are painted with Benjamin Moore’s Dove White and the bottom cabinets are painted with Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray. Courtesy of Is She Really 9 of 23 When Lindsay Ostrom, the foodie mastermind behind the blog Pinch of Yum, purchased a home in 2013, she and her husband Bjork decided the kitchen’s dated, dark cabinets needed a major restoration. Courtesy of Pinch of Yum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 23 The couple tore out the walls to combine the kitchen and the living room, installed completely new cabinetry, and replaced the countertops for a white kitchen that reflects the natural light from two large windows. Courtesy of Pinch of Yum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 23 When Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman, the bloggers behind A Beautiful Mess, set out to transform a Habitat for Humanity project house, the dark wood kitchen cabinets made the space feel small and cavelike. Courtesy Of A Beautiful Mess 12 of 23 The team added a fresh coat of white paint to the walls and cabinets and installed a white subway tile backsplash. Courtesy Of A Beautiful Mess Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 23 After living in her home for 20 years, actress Christina Applegate loved every room — except the kitchen. Online interior design firm Laurel & Wolf helped her craft a clean, modern kitchen that’s far from the “god awful” space Applegate describes here. 14 of 23 Laurel & Wolf designer Jessica Today created a brand new space with white cabinets and new tableware for a functional, refined, and family-friendly kitchen. 15 of 23 When a homeowner in Illinois was looking for a full kitchen makeover, Havenly designer Griffin Carrick knew updating the cabinetry was a necessity to modernize the kitchen. Courtesy of Havenly Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 23 Carrick updated the cabinets with lighter and brighter white paint (Decorator’s White by Benjamin Moore) to give the space a more simple, accessible, and elegant aesthetic. Courtesy of Havenly 17 of 23 When Shawn Syphus, the blogger behind I Wash You Dry, purchased a new home, she knew she wanted to update the drab kitchen before she even signed the papers. Courtesy of Shawn Syphus 18 of 23 Syphus spent the majority of her makeover budget on custom-made cabinets in bright white paint. The arctic ice tile backsplash adds a pop of color against the cabinets. Courtesy of Shawn Syphus Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 23 The Home Depot Blog team wanted to give this kitchen a makeover, replicating the look of brand new cabinets without the cost of replacing them. The Home Depot and Rust-Oleum 20 of 23 The crew painted the top cabinets with the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Pure White and the lower cabinets Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Gray for a two-tone dimension, and painted a playful chalkboard on the side of the cabinets. The Home Depot and Rust-Oleum Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 21 of 23 When Elisha Albretsen, the DIY blogger behind Pneumatic Addict, decided to renovate the kitchen in her Phoenix suburbs home, she knew the outdated wooden cabinets needed an upgrade. Courtesy of Pneumatic Addict Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 22 of 23 Albretsen illuminated and visually expanded the kitchen by replacing the cabinetry and painting it with Snowbound by Sherwin Williams. Courtesy of Pneumatic Addict 23 of 23 Pin these ideas for later. For more, follow ELLE Decor on Pinterest! Next 30 Black Kitchen Cabinets In Beautiful Cooking Spaces Skip Ad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Painted White Kitchen Cabinets

Painted White Kitchen Cabinets
Painted White Kitchen Cabinets
Painted White Kitchen Cabinets
Painted White Kitchen Cabinets
Painted White Kitchen Cabinets

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