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10 Best Countertop Ideas For White Cabinets To Spruce Up Your Kitchen

10 Best Countertop Ideas For White Cabinets To Spruce Up Your Kitchen - Proline Range Hoods

When it comes to designing your kitchen, you’ll want an aesthetic that’s consistent and stylish, especially when you’ve already got a fancy Range Hood from Proline installed in there.

As a result, you’ll need to think carefully about your kitchen’s colors, making sure you use colors that pair perfectly with one another.

Of course, if you’ve got white cabinets in your kitchen, then you’ll have found that these are extremely versatile and pair well with a wide range of other colors and designs.

This makes it easier when picking out something like a new countertop. But what countertop designs go best with white cabinets?

In our stylish guide below, we’ve got the 10 best countertop ideas for white cabinets that will really spruce up your kitchen. Whatever colors and styles you like, you’re sure to find a new countertop in our list that you just love. Read on!

10 Best Countertop Ideas For White Cabinets To Spruce Up Your Kitchen

1. White Granite Countertop

We’re beginning our list with a kitchen classic, the white granite countertop. Granite is one of the best designs out there, thanks to its unique appearance.

Covered in all kinds of veins, flecks, and grains, there’s a remarkable texture to the look of granite, and no two granite countertops will ever look the same.

The coarse-grained appearance also features all kinds of different colors, where some flecks might be black and other grains might be white.

This makes it extra stylish, especially when paired with the overall white backing of the countertop and the white cabinets all around the kitchen.

Better still, a white countertop pairs perfectly with white cabinets, with a synchronicity that’s very visually-appealing.

On top of that, there’s an elegance to white granite that will make your kitchen look particularly classy. Who doesn’t want that?

2. Black Granite Countertop

On the other hand, you can always go with a strong contrast by having a black countertop that sharply clashes with your white cabinets - in the very best way. Black and white is a fantastically stylish combination that will really spruce your kitchen up.

There are plenty of different types of black countertops you can get, too, and black granite is one of the best.

As we already know, granite is packed with all kinds of patterns, flecks, and grains that make it very interesting to look like. These take on a different appearance when the countertop is black, as opposed to white, but one that’s no less stylish.

3. Light Gray Countertop

Meanwhile, a gray countertop will give you something between white and black, and it’s a great design to choose if you want your kitchen to look great.

There’s something very calming about a light gray countertop, and it pairs brilliantly with white cabinets, thanks to its very subtle difference.

The light gray will almost look like the white of your cabinets, but not quite, and it’s that very slight difference that makes the two stick out more.

Better still, you can get a gray countertop and then mix up the colors of your cabinets. For example, you can have white cabinets on top, then black cabinets on the bottom, and the gray countertop sits somewhere in between the two.

With this design, it’ll look like a spectrum of color, starting with white above, then gray in the middle, and then black below.

4. White Marble Countertop

On the other hand, marble makes for fantastic countertops, especially in white.

While granite has all kinds of little patterns and flecks dotted around it, a marble countertop will have lots of long streaks going across it instead. These streaks are totally varied, going in all different directions, and some being thick and some being thin.

It makes for a countertop design that’s stylish and interesting, particularly when it’s a white countertop.

With a white marble countertop, the white clashes with the gray or dark streaks, providing an aesthetically-exciting contrast. Better still, this matches perfectly with white kitchen cabinets.

The white pairs perfectly with the white, while the darker streaks of the countertop help to give it texture and depth, making it stand out more.

5. Black Soapstone Countertop

Our next pick for a countertop that pairs brilliantly with white cabinets, making your kitchen an extremely stylish spot to spend time in, is the black soapstone countertop. These are sometimes compared to marble, because of similarities in their appearance.

For example, soapstone also has stylish streaks that dart across it in all different directions, varying in their size and shape as well.

However, soapstone differs in the fact that it’s darker than most marbles, so this is a great choice if you want a black countertop that’s particularly dark and solid.

Of course, we would definitely recommend a solidly dark black countertop with your white cabinets, because it provides an even greater contrast.

With the pure, bright whiteness of the cabinets and the sheer black murkiness of the countertop, it creates a contrast that really stands out in your kitchen - and is sure to grab any guest’s attention.

6. A Countertop With Striking Patterns

It’s always a good idea to get a countertop that’s really striking - and we mean really striking! All of the countertops we’ve looked at so far have been striking in their own way, especially when the colors have contrasted with the white cabinets.

However, there’s nothing more striking to you and your guests than a countertop that goes all out with its colors and patterns.

For example, the one in the picture has a brilliant mix of different colors, with the bulk of it being solid black, but then a whole load of white, gray, and beige thrown into the mix too.

Better still, it’s got a creative and twisty pattern to it, which is where the other colors come in. There are long, curving streaks of white and gray, as well as large streaks of beige on one end.

It all looks completely unique, and it’s a countertop design that’s going to go very well with your white cabinets.

7. Pure White Countertop

Another great countertop idea is to have one that’s pure white. The patterns that come from countertops made with marble or granite are definitely interesting, with all their unique flecks and streaks, but sometimes it’s a good idea to have a pure, blank countertop instead.

As a result, a pure white countertop is a fantastic addition to your kitchen, and one that will go especially well with pure white cabinets.

There’s something very stylish and minimalistic about having so much pure white in your kitchen, and it almost looks futuristic. Better still, it’s incredibly calming! You’ll have a great time cooking when surrounded by so much pure, simple, calming white.

8. Wooden Countertop

Of course, we couldn’t have a list of the best countertop designs to go with white cabinets without having wood in there! A wooden countertop is one of the best types of countertop, immediately giving any kitchen a rustic appearance.

White or black countertops are fantastic, but they don’t have the outdoors-like feeling of a wooden countertop, which feels rugged and authentic.

Better still, a wooden countertop will still give you all kinds of interesting patterns (like a marble or granite one would have, for example), thanks to wood grain patterns.

These come in various colors, with black and various shades of brown, and they give the wood a texture and depth that helps make it stand out even more.

Brown is also a color that complements white very well, so it’ll make a great pairing with your white cabinets.

9. Dallas White Granite Countertop

Dallas white is a specific variation of granite - and one that makes for an eye-catching, stylish countertop that will pair nicely with your white cabinets.

Dallas white granite has some subtle veining to it, as well as a tight structure of grain, and it all goes to make a countertop design that’s hard to ignore.

With a mix of various flecks and grains in black, white, light gray, and dark gray, the countertop almost looks like a speckled egg! It has real texture and depth to it, making it stand out in any kitchen, and it’s a great companion to white cabinets.

10. Red Countertop

We’re finishing our list with a really exciting idea - red countertops!

Although we#ve included plenty of black and white countertops, it’s important to remember that you can have your countertop in any color you want, and many of them will go brilliantly with white cabinets. For example, red!

The combination of a striking, bold color like red contrasts perfectly with a calm color like white, and red countertops look really playful and stylish in addition to that.

A red countertop will liven your kitchen up like nothing else, adding some striking boldness to it!

Final Thoughts

There are plenty of different types of countertop that will pair perfectly with white kitchen cabinets - use our stylish guide to find the 10 best!

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