Modern Kitchen- American OakModern Kitchen, Melbourne
American oak veneer doors with black satin overheads and island bar. The 20mm ceasarstone bench top is on trend with a fully integrated fridge and pullout pantry. Kitchen Design and Made by Panorama Cabinets in Melbourne.
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9. Black, Timber and MarbleThis is the perfect colour scheme for those who love black and white but want to add a little something extra. It’s a warmer alternative to the stark ‘tuxedo’ look of mixing black with white. Timber has always been a popular material choice in kitchens, whether it be on cabinetry, benchtops or flooring. Its warm colouring and natural aesthetic is appealing and inviting in any space. Almost any timber colour will work with black, just avoid anything too dark or too red as it will jar with the black. Look at timber veneer and laminate options when choosing timber colour materials for cabinetry fronts for a more cost-effective and durable alternative to solid wood. Veneer and laminate will also offer more consistency in colouring and grain pattern for a more uniform look. A matt finish black will look more natural and work much better with timber tones than a high-gloss finish. Choose a marble or marble-look benchtop that has a white or light grey base with darker grey veining to tie the look together.
Dark doesn’t have to mean blackFirst off, a dark kitchen design doesn’t have to mean a midnight black space. There are many other options that you can consider. Here, we explore a variety of dark-toned kitchen colour schemes to tempt your daring side.