Darker colours have been increasingly popular for kitchens throughout the last few months, partly due to the recent resurgence in industrial trends. Black kitchen cabinets frontals are perfect for creating a striking look that is as contemporary as it is timeless. Below we have compiled some of our favourite design ideas for black cabinets.
A major concern for many when choosing colours is that the selected shade will make the room look dark or dreary. This kitchen is proof that black cabinets can still look bright when properly balanced out. Combined with marble walls and surfaces, these black kitchen cabinets have been strategically placed to ensure the maximum amount of light gets in. Glass cabinet frontals prevent the dark painted wood from drawing all the attention away from the elegant marble island.
If choosing black kitchen cabinets, the other textures and materials you use throughout the room can have a big impact on the overall theme created. This farmhouse kitchen combines black cabinets with warm wooden worktops and exposed brickwork, for a cosy feel that is not dominated by the darker colour. Warmer woods like cherry and oak are the perfect complement for softening darker kitchen cabinets.
Using darker kitchen cabinets is a popular way of creating kitchens with an industrial feel. Combining crisp, white subway tiles with black kitchen cabinets, minimalist details and exposed lighting creates an industrial air whilst still maintaining a good balance of light. Navy blue and charcoal grey shades are often the first choice for industrial kitchens, but this monochrome room shows that black and white can work just as well – perfect for a smaller kitchen.