Offering a timeless appeal and a clean, contemporary look, white kitchen worktops are becoming a more and more popular choice for homeowners.
However, with such a wide range of style options to choose between, deciding which white worktop design is right for your home can be a lot easier said than done. Plus, depending on the home in question, an all-white worktop may not always work on its own, unintentionally giving it more of a clinical vibe than a contemporary one.
So, with this in mind, we thought we’d run through some of the best ways to style a white kitchen worktop, highlighting a few simple ideas to really bring it to life.
Consider A Two-Tone Kitchen
Rather than sticking to an all-white kitchen design, why not try utilising your worktop within a two-tone kitchen instead?
By using a combination of light grey cabinets with the look of your glossy white sparkle laminate worktop, this minimalistic design could provide you with the best of both worlds; the clean look of a contemporary kitchen alongside the farmhouse-style colours of a traditional kitchen.
Add Some Colour
White worktops run the risk of being seen as a slightly less exciting option over the more vibrant choices, so why not liven them up a bit with a splash of colour?
Whether it be through the kitchen appliances, accessories or decorative items you have, utilising colour in the right way will help really add a layer of depth to your worktop.
What’s more, tying in with our earlier point, you could even set a colour scheme based around the two-tone theme you’re trying to achieve, using your two chosen colours to inspire your purchases of kitchen gadgets, accessories and appliances.
Invest In Wood
If you are looking to create a warmer feeling in your kitchen, investing in wooden features is a great way to go.
After all, the contrast between the clean, white colour of your worktop and the natural grain of wood is really something to behold, helping draw the eye and adding a slice of ‘wow’ factor to your home.
So, whether it be through the addition of a wooden worktop on a breakfast bar or kitchen island, wooden shelving or general wood-based accessories, achieving a mixed-style look in this way could really help bring your kitchen to life.
With just a few additions, it can be easy to transform the look and feel of a white kitchen worktop.
However, if you would still like some more advice on how to get the best out of your worktops, our team is always only ever a phone call away. Simply contact us today and we’d be more than happy to help.