Dream Kitchen: A Creamy White and Wood in Oklahoma

This beautiful white and wood kitchen caught our eye this week. The design, finishes, and styling create a welcoming space full of interest. So good. Love it? Recreate a similar look with white oak, Moroccan zellige, artisan touches, and minimalist lighting. Read on for more kitchen shots and to see how the dining nook and living room blend with the space in the open-concept home.

Build: McGregor Homes
Design: Kelsey Leigh Design Co
Staging: The Staged Life
Photo: Emily Hart Photo


Creamy white walls create a fresh soothing foundation, while white oak cabinetry adds warmth. The amazing ceiling beaming creates a cohesive look that ties in to both the cabinetry and flooring.

Black accents add contrast to the light and airy space. In the past, we’ve always pushed for oversized lighting. Here, black minimalist pendants also make a statement in their unique simplicity. Small scale pendants have been trending this year and this is a great example of how cool they can look.

This kitchen is part of a large open area that includes a dining nook and living space. Creamy whites , natural woods, and black accents are used throughout the three spaces to keep the look cohesive.

This beautiful draped bead chandelier is so pretty and is on major sale at Serena and Lily right now! Half price. We like the texture it creates here paired here with clean-lined black chairs. Ceramic dishes and planters styled throughout the space make the space feel layered and unique. It’s an easy update if you are looking to add texture and an artisan vibe to your home.

To see more of this home and additional inspiration check out Kelsey Leigh Design Co on Instagram. For more Dream Kitchens, brows the series here.


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4 thoughts on “Dream Kitchen: A Creamy White and Wood in Oklahoma

  1. Gayla claborn says:

    I have just installed white oak cabinets (untreated in anyway yet). This is exactly the look/tone I want. How are these treated/preserved to keep that natural matte look?

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