Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Whiteout Wednesday: Volume 14. Also known as the last volume.

I'm so very happy to announce that today is the last of Whiteout Wednesdays!  For this season anyway.  It started as a way for me to get through these horrible "white" months of winter here in Utah. 
I consider March 1st to be the first day of spring.  I know that this is not logical thinking when you live in Utah and I also know that I am only setting myself up to be disappointed. 
I don't care though. 
If I told myself that the snow wouldn't end until May I don't think I could make it through March and April. 
Maybe I'll bring Whiteout Wednesday back next winter.
We'll see....
Anyway, enjoy the last week of Whiteout Wednesday and Happy Spring (next week)!!!    :)

Today's first white kitchen is from Elle Decor.  The countertops are CaesarStone.

The White Persa granite in the kitchen below is a great alternative to the white marbles.
Stonebreaker Builders  Frank Lloyd Wright Remodel traditional kitchen

This next kitchen looks to be Carrara marble.

Notice that this kitchen has a darker stone on the cooktop run.  It looks like it's a grey quartz (if I were to guess I'd say Lagos Blue CaesarStone) or it's possibly limestone.  The island is Carrara marble.  With the butcher block piece they have three different countertop surfaces in this kitchen and it's not too much going on at all.  It's beautiful.

Last, this gorgeous backsplash from Ann Sacks is definitely the highlight of this white kitchen designed by Rebekah Zaveloff.
KitchenLab  kitchen


Honey said...

So sad to see the end of Whiteout Wednesdays. I've been hooked every since someone sent me a link to week #3; That's my kitchen with the Bianco Antico and Arabesque back splash! Hope you'll be saving photos to share again!

Steph@TheGraniteGurus said...

I LOVE that Bianco Antico kitchen!

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

I'm sad to see the end of whiteout Wednesdays too, but I'm sure you'll bring us some great white kitchens from time to time anyway.

I never thought I'd like all white kitchens (although I'm a big fan of white cabinetry) but WW has me rethinking what I might do in the kitchen in a few years.

Steph@TheGraniteGurus said...

You bet I'll still show white kitchens. Probably more than people will want to see them. :)

Related Posts with Thumbnails