16 Feb The Non-Issue With White Appliances

Home owners often inherit dated appliances or have had the same style for 20+ years. One of the major reasons home owners are compelled to replace their countertops or completely remodel their kitchen starts with the fact that their appliances look a little tired. This can be a point of frustration to some people if the existing appliances are still functioning perfectly fine.

If you are leaning towards delaying a remodel because you are not yet ready to part with your appliances, maybe these 5 kitchens will provide you with some inspiration to want keep your them, remodel and make it all look great at the same time! After all, it could save your budget and who wants to worry about cleaning stainless steel? If you are into that kind thing you can definitely add them later!

Wood countertops are becoming more and more popular and are the perfect contrast to a white kitchen.

Via Run to Radiance

Via Honey We’re Home

Quartz is here to stay and choosing any of the whites will certainly help your existing appliances blend right in!

Via Style at Home

If you are not a fan of all white kitchens, incorporating colour into your cabinetry is the perfect way to make your kitchen pop and give it some personality.

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Via Better Homes and Gardens

Have you noticed a theme other than white appliances to these kitchens? White tiling and upper cabinets will definitely compliment your appliances. You can bring personality to your kitchen by incorporating items such as an area rug, interesting cabinet fixtures and some greenery. For other ideas as to how to customize your kitchen and add some fun, check out our suggestions here.

What do you think about incorporating white appliances in your kitchen? Would you give it a try or buy new?

2 Comments
  • Soapstone
    Posted at 04:58h, 17 February Reply

    The wood countertops look great with the white appliances!

  • Susan Baskin
    Posted at 19:31h, 22 February Reply

    Yes I would, and plan to. I hate stainless steel, really hate ceramic tops, don’t like coloured appliances, don’t like black. Bronze might be ok but I’m going with white.

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