I’ve always loved a blue or grey kitchen, but I have to say I’m now converted to black. I’m a huge fan of dark and moody interiors, so it’s exciting to see that this decadent colour can work so well in this space. Just looking at these images, I can’t help but swoon over the striking shades shown in these out-there looks. So, take a peek for yourself – would you dare to go this bold?
Featuring aged copper doors and black stained ash panels this kitchen is in collaboration with Charlie Smallbone and Devol. This Elemental black kitchen scheme starts from £30,000.
The two toned kitchen cabinetry by Sebastian Cox for Devol is great for creating a tarnished look. Priced from £15,000.
Paint your kitchen cabinetry in a dark shade for a dramatic look. Jet Black non-drip satin is priced at £15.49 per 750ml. Available from Crown.
This wow factor extractor creates a focal point in this kitchen. The Circletech Loop extractor is priced at £1700 from Falmec.
Create drama with a statement island. Kitchen Architecture’s Bulthaup b3 furniture in tall and the sink run with island in graphite is priced on application. Photography by Darren Chung.
The Elswick Collection shown in graphite is available in 26 other colour finishes. Prices for cabinetry start from £7700 from Lochanna Kitchens.
This scheme by Roundhouse starts from £60,000. Photography by Darren Chung.
Islands and tall units in Nero Assoluto Solid Granite Water Jet. Wall units and breakfast bar in Trondheim Sand Oak. Priced from £40,000, and available from Eggersman.
This dark cabinetry from Halycon Interiors features the AlnoStar Sund in Graphite matt laquer. The island in AlnoStar Dur in Lava Grey. The kitchen cost £70,000. Photography Ryan Wicks.
Designed by Trevor Brown Architect Ltd, the kitchen cabinetry is available from Howdens. The concrete worktop from Setworkshop gives this scheme an industrial feel. Photography by Adelina Iliev.
Gaggenau appliances have been chosen for this DesignSpace London kitchen, and their streamlined look blends perfectly into the bold decor. Kitchens start from £25,000
The Modulnova Blade kitchen is designed by DesignSpace London. Kitchens start from £25,000
Featured image: The decadently dark black kitchen cabinetry is available from Howdens and the concrete worktop is from Setworkshop. Photography Adelina Iliev.
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