The term classic white kitchen is a cliché for a reason. White kitchens repeatedly stand the test of time. Sticking with a neutral backdrop (white cabinets, white kitchen cabinets, and a white backsplash) in the kitchen creates an easy setting for you to work in splashes of color when you are looking for a spicy alternative to a clean white look.
The crew painted the top cabinets with the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Pure White and the lower cabinets Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit in Gray for a two-tone dimension, and painted a playful chalkboard on the side of the cabinets.
Most cabinets will have some space between the top of the doors and the top of the cabinet. You can fill this space with a skinny garland. If you have more space above your cabinet, you can drape a larger, heavier garland over it instead.
If you've got a gap between your kitchen cabinets and the ceiling, you've likely spent time literally cursing your architect. But good news: There are plenty of ways to make this space totally
Decorate above your kitchen cabinets with objects that further your design vision. In this office alcove, vintage blue canning jars of all sizes brighten the shadows. When decorating up high, group same-color items to create high-impact displays that advance into view and immediately read as a collection.
So let me ask you a question, do you have the tops of your kitchen cabinets decorated or do your cabinets extend all the way to the ceiling? The tops of the kitchen cabinets in my house have been decorated for a few months. I know it's popular right now to have the kitchen cabinets go all the way to the ceiling.