Sleek black cabinetry surrounds this gray kitchen and a cabinet panel hides the refrigerator for a seamless appearance. Stainless steel appliances complement the industrial-style hardware while flawless white quartz countertops add contrast to the dark cabinetry.
This transitional kitchen has two skylights for added natural light. It features an oversize island and black IKEA cabinets stretching from the rustic hardware floor up to the ceiling. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
This contemporary kitchen features a black gas range with accompanying black over the range microwave. Natural Wood cabinets with black hardware and dark hardwood floors offset gray walls and a white tiled backsplash.
This transitional kitchen is part of a renovated 1960s home. It was moved to the back of the house and opened up with the removal of several walls. It features an oversize island and black floor-to-ceiling Ikea cabinets with Caesarstone countertops and high-end brass hardware. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
Use a high gloss paint in a color that matches your other decor on some of your cabinets to give your kitchen a luxury lacquer look. Use the same hardware throughout the kitchen to maintain a cohesive look, as designer Diane Foreman did in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner.
A fresh take on knobs and pulls is one of the quickest fixes for what ails your kitchen cabinets. Browse for new options at your local big-box store, at handcrafted glass or metal shops or from specialty retailers like Restoration Hardware, which stocks this knob in amber, green, violet, black and clear glass.
Dark navy blue cabinetry surrounds this kitchen, adding bold color and ample storage. Stainless steel appliances and hardware along with black and white square patterned backsplash tile compliment the deep hue.
You could get the look of these costly acrylic cabinets at a fraction of the price by alternating white and black high-gloss paint. Designer Laurie Haefele of Haefele Design adds that using hardware that screws into cabinets or no hardware at all would be significantly cheaper than the recessed drawer pulls she used. This bathroom is a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner.
Black details — the perimeter countertops, cabinet hardware, oven and window frames — pop against the fresh white cabinets and backsplash in this stylish kitchen. The island features a striking gray marble countertop for additional contrast and interest.
A black metal and glass door opens up to this double vanity modern master bathroom. A light marble backsplash is positioned between the black framed mirror and wooden cabinets beneath. An open and elegant shower with floor-to-ceiling marble tile features a brass rainfall shower head and hardware.