Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Whiteout Wednesday: 5 White Kitchens with Calacatta Marble Countertops and Full Height Backsplashes

White kitchens and baths are definitely the hottest trend I am seeing right now. It's also the subject I get asked about the most. From white Carrara marble to white quartz there is a lot to consider when using white countertops.
Whiteout Wednesday is a weekly feature where I show five kitchens and/ or baths that have used white in a beautiful way.
If you have a white kitchen or bath that you would like to see featured here please email me.
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 My very favorite white kitchens are the kitchens with Calacatta marble countertops and Calacatta  marble slab on the backsplash.  The marble is stunning and I think using it as a full height splash just ups the WOW factor of the kitchen.
My husband wouldn't go for this look in our kitchen, but if I were single this would hands-down be my next kitchen. 
Today I've rounded up five gorgeous kitchens with Calacatta marble on both the countertops and the full height backsplashes.
Enjoy!
Photo: decor pad
Notice the niche cut into the full height splash in the kitchen below.  Great for keeping olive oil, balsamic vinegar, etc close to the stove.  I love this detail.  Also, the lights in this kitchen are do die for.
Photo: Cococozy
Great shelf detail in the splash in this next kitchen.  This is a great way to break up the backsplash when you may be a little short on material.
Photo: Aaron Leitz Photography
Photo: Milton Development
Photo: James Michael Howard


3 comments:

Aimee@thegranitegurus said...

Steph this is maybe my favorite one, ever!

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Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

Oh this one IS special. I agree, entirely. I think that Calcutta marble is so amazing and if you're going to do it, take full advantage of the beauty of the material and put it on your backsplash. In fact I love slab Calcutta backsplashes in any situation, but it's hard to think of a countertop material it would go better with than itself.

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