1. Stainless Steel + Black Marble
This kitchen is the perfect example of how well stainless steel and black marble go together. Floor-to-ceiling black works best if you’re able to let lots of natural light in, to prevent the space from looking and feeling closed in.
Design: Boffi Kitchens
2. Dark grey works too
Dark grey laminates were used throughout this four-room BTO. Gold and silver hexagonal backsplash give the kitchen a luxurious look.
Design: DB Studio
3. Forget the hardware
Handle-less cabinetry enhances the sleekness of this all-black kitchen, and accentuates the minimalist look of the home.
Designer: Francois Champsaur
4. Opt for textured wood finishings
The wood-look finish add depth to the design and cleverly prevent this all-black kitchen from looking flat and one-dimensional.
Design: Habit LLP
5. Backlighting is essential
Not much natural light? No worries! Extra lighting ensures the space doesn’t get too dark.
Design: Igor Sirotov Architects
6. Add a splash of (dark) colour
You can go dark without the usual shades of black and brown. This green tile is a refreshing change!
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7. Mix materials
A mix of natural materials like travertine stone and dark wood cabinetry make up this sleek and contemporary kitchen.