You can integrate color through your paint choices, even if you opt for a mostly white kitchen. Drew calls his island a “deep moody blue,” and calls it “sexy,” leading to an amicable brotherly banter about whether it really is that sexy or not. Drew insists that adding a bolder color on a kitchen island or lower cabinets works.
However, they warn homeowners that the bolder you go, the more likely a color is to go out of style, so it’s best to play around with items that are changeable or replaceable, and less permanent.
“If people are going modern, they think of white everywhere, but maybe some contrast is good. They look at classic tones or marble countertops. It feels timeless, and you can add interest through textures or patterns,” Drew says. Jonathan agrees, saying “Too much of a good thing is not a good thing. White is classic and nice as long as you don’t go too ultra white on the cabinet.”
You can make an all-white kitchen work if it has some color to keep things interesting, yet can also be swapped out. To learn more tips from the Property Brothers, check out their next session on Bright, or watch them on HGTV or Discovery+.