All white kitchen- new classic of fad?
After that Diane Keaton movie, it seemed like it spawned this trend of white kitchens with white shaker cabinets, white subway tiles, dark soapstone/granite countertops, stainless appliances, dark wood floors, etc..
In a era where advertisers try to generate new trends every couple of years, that kitchen style stayed popular for a long time and remains relevant today. Some might even call it a new classic, where that look may remain still popular years later.
But, in the last couple of years, I've been seeing more and more kitchens with white cabinets, light colored countertop like carerra marble or quarzite, white subway tiles, stainless steel appliances, and dark wood floors.
If the Diane Keaton kitchen is a design classic where it'll still be popular years from now, what do you think will be the fate for this white kitchen with carrera marble countertop look?
With all that white, will that look be dated in a few years?
Or, since white is classic and neutral, do you think that white kitchen style will become a new classic?