From traditional kitchens, to the contemporary, white kitchen suites are still one of the most popular across the UK, no matter what style of kitchen you choose. So choosing the right worktop should be simple. But it often isn’t. Especially if you want your worktop to be a feature of your kitchen, and not just blend in with the cabinets. Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design specialists. As a result, we have produced this guide to choosing a worktop for your white kitchen.
Choosing a worktop for your white kitchen
Your white kitchen is perfect. It reflects light, and makes your room feel large, bright and airy. And it also looks stunning. But without the right worktop, to make a statement in your kitchen, it can feel a little bit bland. So, these are some of our favourite worktop choices to pair with a white kitchen:
- hard wood
- marble effect composite
Wooden touches add warmth and character to your home. And if your kitchen is contemporary, a wooden work-surface can really help to add depth and personality to your room. Choose a tone that suits your overall coloiur scheme, and make sure you research the care and maintenance needs for your hard wood worktop.
Marble effect composite
In a more traditional kitchen, marble can add elegance, sophistication and class. But it can also be tricky to look after. So why not install a composite worktop designed to look just like the real thing? Composite worktops are naturally non-porous, and they have no gaps or seals. Which means they are incredibly hygienic too.
Corian is one of the more well known types of composite available. And it can look stunning in any style kitchen. In a contemporary kitchen, why not opt for a bold, bright colour to add fun and creativity to your white kitchen space?
Equally as practical as other composite worktops, but a lot more affordable, quartz worktops can be very beneficial. And they also suite both the traditional and the contemporary style. With a range of colour options available, you can choose a colour that will suit your white kitchen. Why not try dark grey, for a serious, dramatic contrast?
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Homematas.