Black kitchen is definitely a perfect fit for an adventurous person, who is looking for a modern twist on the classic look. Mixing the dark colour palette with a classic style of the furniture was the objective of our recent black kitchen design project for a lovely property based in Highgate, North London.
Black kitchen designed by our team is the perfect combination of modern and classic by applying dark and graphite into shaker style furniture.
This black kitchen space comprises of U-shaped kitchen area units, fitted units with integrated oven and microwave, island and dining area with table and chairs. Cabinets have been designed in shaker style with handles with some cabinet fronts to be glazed. Kitchen units are to be black and grey matt with an overhead profile, cornice up to the ceiling for a decorative effect. All appliances, to include oven, fridge-freezer and dishwasher are fully integrated.
Kitchen base has been also adapted for the Belfast sink unit. Open wine units have been designed as a part of the island as well as small console/table with shelves. . Decorative pendant lights above the island create a focal point that divides the kitchen area from dining area.
Black is Back
Although white and ivory seem to dominate the kitchen world, black is making is back to the modern interior trends. Black can be a bit too strong colour for many people, as if not designed properly, it can make the room look darker and smaller. However, with a great use of other elements in brighter colours e.g. splashbacks, feature walls, art and decorative elements, the overall result will make a black kitchen modern, elegant and timeless.
If full black kitchen design is a bit too brave for you, you can always count on timeless combinations of black & white, black with timber or adding just black elements like splashback.
Leave us a comment, if you are ready to turn your kitchen black!