White kitchens don't need to be bland. Our panel of expert kitchen designers recommend how to maintain visual interest through millwork.
Here's your opportunity to build character; remember to break up the room with a mix of solid and glass fronts. And yes, these all come in white!
Classic: This no-fuss, traditional door style will stand the test of time. Cortland Cabinet Door. (schrock.com)
Farmhouse: Add a couple of these upper doors for rustic charm. Vintage Door with Chicken Wire Insert in Celery. ($200 each, plainfancy.com)
Modern: This flat-front door is simple, seamless, and elegant. Vista Laminate in Smoky Brown Pear. (wood-mode.com)
In an all-white kitchen, the hardware plays a starring role. Mix up the finishes for a designer touch.
1 & 12 Chronicle Handle in Silver and Antique Brass. ($14 each, anthropologie.com)
2 & 15 Cabinet Latch in Dark Brown Patina and Burnished White Bronze. ($168 each, sunvalleybronze.com)
3 & 4 Hex Knob in Satin Copper and Natural Brass. (from $14, schoolhouseelectric.com)
5 R.W. Atlas Ball Knob in Burnished Nickel. ($165, waterworks.com)
6 Madison Cabinet Knob in Ivory Porcelain. (from $10, emtek.com)
7 Maddox Cabinet Knob in Silicon Bronze Light. ($44, rockymountainhardware.com)
8 Cup Pull in Polished Brass. (from $16, baldwinhardware.com)
9 OH 1001 Cabinet Hinge in Hammered Polished Nickel. (sabaxter.com)
10 & 11 Square Crystal Cabinet Knob in Oil-Rubbed Bronze and Antique Brass. ($17 each, houseofantiquehardware.com)
13 Stella Concrete Cabinet Knob. ($25 for two, rejuvenation.com)
14 Small Oval Cupboard Latch in Unlacquered Brass. ($25 each, rejuvenation.com)
This story originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of CQ.