A modern refresh with white kitchens from the Studio Collection

It’s hard to ignore the enduring simplicity of a white kitchen design. And our Studio Collection has all the essentials to create a dream white kitchen to suit every style mood – from slick modern to classic country. So why do we love the white kitchen so much? Well, the white palette will never go out of fashion for upmarket kitchen designs, big or small. White also offers the perfect blank canvas for adding your own touches to a luxury kitchen room. Saying that, white kitchens can also miss the mark if not done properly. Your white kitchen design can look cold and uninviting in the wrong shade. White kitchens can lack personality too. That’s where roundhouse kitchens can help. Using the handpicked Studio range, our design experts can tailor the white kitchen to your space, your lifestyle and your style tempo.

Be inspired by our Studio white kitchens…designer kitchens you’ll adore for years.

Add warmth with wood

Layering texture is one of the best design tricks to elevate a white kitchen design – and stop it looking cold. Using materials like wood, marble and metal add warmth and interest – especially for white designer kitchens in an open plan setting. In this modern luxury kitchen, smooth Alpine White wall units meld invisibly into the architecture of the space. This allows the modern kitchen island in a cool combo of Lava Grey and oak to create a striking focal point. It also seamlessly bridges the gap between the cooking zones and dining area. Accents of black on the white door fronts tie the mood together effortlessly.

Steer away from bright whites

Unless you’re a diehard minimalist, swap bright whites for softer putty and grey shades. You’ll still get the plus points of a neutral kitchen design but with a gorgeous subtle touch that’s sophisticated and oh so liveable. In the Studio Collection, you’ll discover matt finish white, off white, grey and pebble as well as concrete and light driftwood textures. Here the Studio Classic door in Light Grey is the perfect shade for a luxury kitchen room bathed in white walls and masses of natural light.

Try a modern monochrome

If all white is too much for your design tastebuds how about monochrome? A combination of white with black is a slick, style statement for luxury designer kitchens everywhere. Here at roundhouse we love adding our own special touch to the monochrome mood. So instead of stark black and white, this open plan living space showcases matt Alpine White with grey bronze on the luxury kitchen island and wall storage. The result is warm, inviting and chic.

Use softer kitchen lighting

Every luxury kitchen designs needs well-planned kitchen lighting. And the white kitchen is certainly no exception. While white kitchen storage cabinets and white kitchen work surfaces will certainly feel light, bright and airy, a layered lighting scheme creates mood. Use a mix of modern kitchen lighting ideas to work by and relax in, whether you are prepping, cooking or entertaining. A trio of understated pendant lamps in this Studio kitchen is a masterclass in grey and white design.

What colour worktop goes best with a white kitchen?

White luxury contemporary kitchens are versatile so any worktop colour or material works really well. If you want to carry on the all-white silhouette, choose an elegant marble top kitchen island. For contrast, you can’t go wrong with a pale grey or darker charcoal surface. Accents of solid oak add warmth while a steel worktop won’t fail to give professional vibes.

Our expert kitchen designers can help you make the best choices for your Roundhouse bespoke kitchen, furniture or wardrobes. Visit any of our seven Roundhouse showroomsWigmore St, ClaphamFulhamRichmondCambridgeGuildford Cheltenham and get planning!