Use black as punctuation.
Black accents are a fantastic way to add rhythm and structure. Consider using black trim or black grout for your floors, backsplash or shower. Thinking about using black pipe fittings or cabinet hardware. And, of course, there are plenty of desk accessories, storage containers, carpets and curtains to compliment the design of your kitchen. You can combine the color black as a solid or as part of a pattern of lines-think, plaid, faux marble, animal prints, toile, etc. The options are endless!
Staking a middle way.
There are many ways to take advantage of the "wow" black power without giving over the entire room. Use chalkboard paint in the pantry door and you have the perfect place for a grocery list, a reminder of home and more. Or, you can go to the black cabinet but treats them as a basis for your palette, rather than the main event. You can make the room pop with a black matte or shiny tuxedo wall accent.
Go all the way.
Feel create a black main focal point of the room. In the kitchen, which can be cabinets and tables, backsplash and / or color paint. With black as the main color in the environment, you have the classic "little black dress" you can build an entire look.
Berk also reminds us that "to solve the problem." He said, "Matte black absorbs light, while the glossy finish to bounce around the room. And did you know that most blacks have a warm or cool tones? Knowing what you have and which one is best for your space can help you align all your color story. "To see more of how he used black in one of our homes, head over to his site for a full reveal of the room.
Interior Designer and one of the "Fab Five" from Netflix series "Queer Eye," Bobby Berk recently called black kitchen and the bathroom one of the Top 4 Home Trends for 2019. Sounds surprising? Black is actually very versatile in home decoration. In fact, most designers will tell you that every room should include at least a little black. It helps the soil and determine the space, and also provide help for each color contrast in the rainbow.
black kitchen that is ready to be a lasting trend. Want proof? As designers we feature, Berk outstanding utilize black in Vista Santa Fe, a new neighborhood in Pacific Highlands Ranch. Known for his work on the Netflix series "Queer Eye," Berk said, "Do not be afraid to use black around your house, especially in the kitchen. Not only was the color of timeless, classic hue will always help to modernize the land and space. "