Many people believe the only color for the kitchen is white. They love the clean, fresh sanitary feel and the timeless, classic look.
The turn to white kitchens came during the Victorian period, when homeowners began to spend more time in the kitchen. The materials available at the time also lent themselves to white, such as the porcelain for tiles and sinks, and milk-based paints for cabinetry.
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