The right white to use in your kitchen can be a hard decision. Crisp and airy is a beautiful, but equally good is a softer look that feels warm and inviting. Today we are sharing ten creamy kitchens that are inspiring us. We are especially liking looks where creamy paints and tiles are blended with warm woods and cool marble for a rich layered look. Take a look!
In Amber Fillerup Clark’s kitchen we created a warm creamy vibe with Benjamin Moore White Dove, wood butcher block counters, and off white tile from Tabarka (Paris Metro in Royal Blue/Off-white).
Create a creamy vibe with tile. In this gorgeous kitchen, Moroccan zelige (glazed terra cotta) adds a warm Old World charm to the modern cabinetry and range hood. See how we used zelige in this post.
Off-white cabinetry is beautiful paired with crisp marble and warm brass. Finish the look by blending the tones through styling. Layer wood cutting boards, marble cheese plates, and ceramic crocks filled with wooden utensils.
Wood beams and creamy cabinetry are a beautiful way to infuse a warm European feel to your new build. It’s an especially pretty combination in airy, light-filled spaces.
Another Zelige tile stunner. Try pairing your creamy walls and tile with different light wood textures like this rustic beauty.
White walls with creamy cabinetry create a layered neutral look. To get a more modern look like this beautiful kitchen by Space Exploration, try Farrow and Ball Wimborne White, add in bold black accents, and chose hand-crafted ultra-skinny cabinet bars.
Counter to ceiling tile creates a lux designer look. The creamy color with just a hint of blush adds pretty warmth. Try mixing in light and dark woods to keep the space feeling current.
Creamy cabinetry, off-white tile, and a french range hood create a French Country inspired vibe in this Santa Barbara home. Creamy paint can create a more traditional feeling.
Try painting modern wood cabinetry and black-frame windows with creamy warm walls. The look is a fresh sophisticated take on some of the most popular trends of the moment.
In our Summit Creek Project kitchen we created a two-tone look with natural oak and Benjamin Moore White Dove. This paint color has just a hint of warmth. It will create a light airy look but will not feel stark.
For more specifics on our favorite neutral paints, be sure to check out our Paint Resource Guide. We share all our favorite whites.
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