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Versatile and timeless, white is the kitchen colour of choice for many homeowners. While a pared-back palette offers elegant simplicity, however, it can lack visual interest without the right finishing touches. Lara Bailey discovers the ways you can create points of difference in a white space.

The benefits of having a white colour scheme in a kitchen are undeniable. White holds broad appeal and will put you in good stead if you ever wish to sell your house; it invites and reflects natural light; it can be paired with any colour for visual impact, and its enduring popularity means it will never date. Due to its understated nature, however, white can leave a room lacklustre if it is not punctuated with colour or textural differences, and can have a cold ambience without personal flair.

If you’re considering a white kitchen but aren’t sure how to imbue it with individuality, see the magazine as Melbourne Kitchen + Bathroom Design speaks with two Melbourne-based design experts about creating white kitchens with character.


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