Photo Gallery: White Kitchens

Red accents and a blue hutch pop against the background of a new white kitchen designed for a ca.-1900 cottage. (Photo: Susan Gilmore)

Salvaged casement windows, butcher-block countertops, and an antique sink returned light to this once-dark kitchen in a 1905 Colonial Revival. (Photo: Noah Wolf)

Salvaged cabinets and a 6′ sink are the centerpiece of this lovingly restored 1920s bungalow kitchen. (Photo: Mark W. Welch)

Honed granite countertops, beige tile, and a Mackintosh-print valance and tea towel add subtle layers of color to a Colonial Revival kitchen. (Photo: Gridley + Graves)

Soapstone countertops provide a classic contrast to the creamy white cabinets and ceiling in this new kitchen in an 1844 Cape Cod Federal. (Photo: Dan Cutrona)

A subway-tile backsplash, marble countertops, and illuminated display cabinets help to ground this modern Foursquare kitchen in tradition. (Photo: Thom Greene)

Stainless steel countertops, white-painted cabinets, and a new banquette enliven an expanded kitchen in a 1911 Foursquare. (Photo: William Wright)

Cabinets and a massive double-drainboard sink dating to the 1920s are the focal point of the pantry in a 1799 farmhouse restored in Colonial Revival style. (Photo: Carolyn Bates)

Custom-built white cabinets are complemented by a soft green wall and an upholstered window seat in the kitchen of a 1915 Colonial Revival. (Photo: Eric Roth)

In this 1904 kitchen, the white cabinets, subway tile, and Carrara marble countertops are punctuated by black glass hardware and colorful accessories. (Photo: William Wright)

White cabinets (with scalloped trim) and the built-in curved banquette are original to the kitchen of this 1948 ranch. (Photo: Blackstone Edge Studios)

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