Kitchen colour trends: Design ways to use black
If you’re lusting after dark and dramatic kitchens and living spaces, you’re certainly not alone. Log onto Pinterest or Instagram and you’ll be spoilt for choice by the huge selection of beautiful images of black interiors that are currently trending. It’s the same over on Houzz, where searches for ‘dark’ and ‘black’ interiors recently made their way onto its most popular list for the first time and searches for ‘black kitchens’ soared by 46% year-on-year.
Here at Pronorm, we’re not surprised to see bold shades are proving popular. After all, there’s nothing quite as chic as a black kitchen and, as far as we’re concerned, it’s a colour that simply never goes out of fashion.
So whether you’re planning to go all out with this design trend or merely add a few dark accents to your interior, read our essential guide to black kitchens for all the inspiration you need:
The beauty of black
If you’re looking to make a bold design statement with your kitchen cabinetry, you can’t go wrong with an all-black colour scheme. It will add instant impact to your space and can create a sophisticated and inviting aesthetic, as seen on our contemporary . As well as being super-sleek and tactile, the luxurious, ultra-matt finish is hardwearing and highly practical with a UV coated lacquer and hygienic, anti-fingerprint layer that makes the surface easy to clean.
All-black kitchens aren’t for everyone, but that doesn’t mean you can’t embrace the trend for dark decor. Colour blocking – teaming two or more toning or contrasting colours together – will allow you to introduce beautiful black shades to your interior in whichever way you choose. Cabinetry is perfect for this and can help you add real impact to your home.
In this , we’ve used Organic Platinum, a green-grey colour in an ultra-matt finish, on the handleless island unit and splashback area, which is framed by veneered woodgraincabinetry in Open Grain Oak in Black. Fenix matt black worktops complete the look.