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  • Writer's pictureJacob Deveson

Black Is Back!!

Black is back. In fact, the matt version of this colour is dark, dramatic, super-stylish and now on-trend in the kitchen. Just like the timeless appeal of the little black dress, this colour in the heart of the home looks set to harness a bold approach that will last.

So... How can you successfully feature black in your kitchen? Here's how:

Fine blend

If you’re feeling adventurous and you want to create instant dramatic impact, an almost entirely black kitchen could be perfect. So, choose wall cabinets and base units with a matt finish in this colour with matching appliances. Then contrast this industrial-style look with a few highlights, such as polished brass handles and a light-coloured worktop, such as marble.

Contrast and conquer

If you’re looking for a more striking contrast in your kitchen, why not choose cabinets in a different colour? After all, these will provide an interesting backdrop and put your matt black appliances, sink and tap at the forefront of your design. Thankfully, matt black is so versatile it works well with many materials and finishes, from stone and brick to painted wood and metallics. This shade can completely alter the mood of a room and achieve a sense of sophistication in the heart of the home.

Small is beautiful

If you feel an all-black scheme may seem too dramatic, why not introduce the colour as an accent shade in your kitchen? After all, this is a great way in which to make your heart of the home instantly feel more modern. So why not start small with a new black steel sink and tap? This colour trend is all about creating more drama. So, imagine the striking contrast a sink in this finish could make with a white marble or light quartz worktop.

Black in the kitchen sink

You can instantly make a style statement in your kitchen when you match your preferred tap with a matt black sink. Whether you’re looking for a single or one-and-a-half bowl version, we’ve got you covered. You could even add a further dimension to your design with a different coloured basket strainer waste and overflow. After all, this two-tone look is a great way in which to experiment with colour.

We could definitely make black work in your kitchen, whether it be with a sink or tap, appliances, or even doors. Give us call on: 01227 456567 to see how our "black colour experts" can help you!

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