Timeless, bold, and versatile – black and white kitchens have always rocked the designer boat!
Isn’t it just amazing to see how two simple colours can instantly create a space that is both smart and dramatic? A dual-toned kitchen always makes a strong impression and allows you to play with elements whether it’s the cabinets or countertops. The black and white kitchen remains a classic and will never go out-of-style making it an excellent choice for those who aren’t keen on changing the look of their kitchen frequently. From glamorous to minimal to traditional, here are some gorgeous black and white kitchens that will inspire you for a makeover!
Introduce Nature For A Breezy Look
Technically speaking, it only takes two colours to create a colour scheme. You do not need to introduce any other colours especially if the palette is black and white. But if you do wish to add a bit more flair plants are an easy way to do this. In this kitchen, we see the black walls and matte white cabinets that stand in striking contrast to each other. Bringing in a warm tone are plants and pots of herbs.
High Street Black And White Kitchen
It isn’t always necessary that your kitchen needs to be in a perfect harmony of black and white. You can use one as the primary colour and the other to give a ‘pop’ to the overall layout. In this image, we can see how the colour black is offset by a timbre toned cabinet. A floor to ceiling window on one side brings in ample natural light while the floor has all-white tiles to give this kitchen a look that’s cut straight out of a magazine.
Reinvented Industrial Kitchen
Anything industrial is a massive hit amongst designers and homeowners. Easy to achieve, always looks great and a style that does not compromise on functionality. This kitchen here shows an exposed brick wall on one side that creates a mismatched effect tying other elements of the kitchen together. A reclaimed wooden island compliments wooden flooring perfectly. Black and white shelves with mellow light fixtures give this kitchen a factory-like look.