Color trends they come, and color trends they go. But black? She’s a timeless classic. Which is why we’ve been loving the creative black kitchen features gracing our Instagram and Pinterest feeds as of late. Ready, set, sexiest kitchens ever.
Design: Amber Interiors; Photo: Tessa Neustadt
Designer Amber Lewis knows that black cuts a seriously chic line through a space. Which is why she added a focal shelving wall to tie together her black counters, hardware and industrial pendants.
Design: Jae Joo; Photo: Julia Robbs; Courtesy of Homepolish
Later, white marble—there’s a new power player. We love how Homepolish designer Jae Joo complemented this epic backsplash with minimalist matte black uppers and a dreamy banquette dining area.
Design: Carissa Duncan of Salt + Bones; Photo: Laure Joliet
Holy textural explosion. Here, designer Carissa Duncan of Salt + Bones mixed blonde wood frames, white-tiled counters and glossy black flat-front cabinets for a result that strikes the perfect balance between edgy and classic.
Courtesy of Plain English Design
For a more classic, Shaker-style kitchen, black tones with hints of gray can feel more authentic to the space. Example A: This perfect kitchen by Plain English Design. Shout out to the petite integrated marble sink. We mean, kitchen dreams.
Design: Black Lacquer Design; Photo: Mary Costa
As a neutral, black allows for a bold upper/lower, mix-and-match opportunity. This bubblegum pink scheme by Black Lacquer Design isn’t for the faint of heart, but it’s beautifully executed nonetheless.
Design: Jason Arnold Interiors; Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck
Or you know, you could keep things classic. This tuxedo palette kitchen by Jason Arnold pairs beautifully with brass hardware and traditional mahogany furnishings.
Design: Studio Life.Style
In this striking kitchen by Studio Life.Style, gold hardware, gold decorative accents and even a gold kitchen island base take the space from dark and brooding to glam and happy.
Design: Delia Kenza; Photo: Sean Litchfield; Courtesy of Homepolish
In this white and grey stunner by Homepolish designer Delia Kenza, an oversize black island punches a line through the room, adding contrast and leading the eye out onto the terrace. Outrageously chic, no?
Design: Consort Design; Photo: Sam Frost
To soften an all-black kitchen, Consort Design chose a smooth, matte finish black paint for the cupboards and a polished black concrete backsplash. (Bonus points for that glossy black Smeg fridge. Swoon.)
Design Nicole Davis; Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck