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Walcraft Cabinetry to the Rescue!
With the turning of the seasons, we’ve seen different modern cabinet styles and colors trend, fall off and sometimes re-emerge. Traditional cabinets will always be in – but more contemporary styles of kitchen cabinets such as farmhouse black kitchen cabinets and more have started to make their rounds. With that has come to the fore a deviation from the usual – but timeless – white, antique white and greys. Black is in baby, and it’s sleeker than ever!
We are sure you are familiar with the classic white design trope, but the fact that you’re reading this right now tells us that you’re looking to step outside of that zone – and into the dark side.
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Not quite sold on black kitchen cabinets as yet? Yes, that’s completely normal. After all, you must have so many questions. This is a big deal for you, and we will answer them as best as we can.
Absolutely! When done right, black kitchen cabinets can make a gorgeous and sophisticated statement. Not only do they embody a cosy feel, but they add a certain class that will no doubt amplify the innards of your entire home. Pro tip: Dark cabinets can dominate the entire room and make everything look small. Therefore, to create balance in the space, go for some bright overhead lights and/or white floors and countertops and watch it all come together.
Black Kitchen Cabinets would also do well to hide stains and scratches. The kitchen is bound to get crazy and messy, especially if you have a big family or even smaller children running around. Black cabinets do not show damage as much, therefore always maintaining that new feel and look even if some bangs and stains have happened in the area.
Oh yes! We’ve noted a pique of interest from our clients over the years as it regards black kitchen cabinets. It has been a rising trend for a few years now; more people are stepping away from the traditional cabinet colours and are stepping into more contemporary woods. It’s different, it’s chic, it’s classy and it’s bold. Trends tend to fizzle out fast, don’t they? However, if done right, black kitchen cabinets can be around for a very long time.
Creating contrast in your kitchen may be a big concern for you. You may be wondering what would be the best colours to pair with your black kitchen cabinets. There are several options that you can choose from, especially seeing as black kitchen cabinets can highlight and pop other colours in the room.
- You can never go wrong with a natural, light oak finish.
- The two-toned look is also a great idea. White uppers and black painted base cabinets are also currently trending!
- You can brighten up the black with a contrast splashback (for example a sunny or even cream tone).
- You can frame black cabinets with marble for a monochrome finish.
The main drawback that we would highlight about black kitchen cabinets would be that they will require constant upkeep – especially if you choose a glossy black kitchen over a matte one. Even though black cabinets may not show as much dirt as light colours, they are still very susceptible to accumulating lots of water splatters, dust, and food particles. Another con is that black cabinets do not work well on their own – you will need to consider some of the colours that we mentioned prior.
You read the biggest con about having a black kitchen – cleaning. Well, fret not, because we do have some tips on how to maintain them to ensure longevity and durability. Instead of the normal towel or cloth, you may need to concoct a solution of water, vinegar, and a little bit of dish soap. Spray this concoction on a clean microfiber towel and watch as it wipes away any smudges, fingerprints and dust from your cabinets. Voila!
Less is more when dealing with a black kitchen. Remember, a black kitchen is already dramatic, so it doesn’t require a lot of accessories. A black kitchen can quickly become oversaturated if it has too many contrasts, colors or paintings. A few green plants, brass or gold fixtures, silver appliances, or marble countertops will go perfectly with your new space.
So, there you have it. Are you ready to venture into the dark side?