We are faced with unusual and sometimes very controversial trends, exploring new current trends in interior design. Such, for example, include the kitchen design with the involvement of a large number of black.
Most likely, the majority of our esteemed readers deem black kitchen is unacceptable, and they will be right. But also, there are adherents of all unusual. They will find a way to beat the dark kitchen so that the space it becomes fashionable, warm and bright enough.
Of course, black in large and small rooms is perceived in different ways: in some, it may advantageous to emphasize architectural features, and in others – to act oppressively.
You can use black only for furniture facades, chairs or dining table in the small kitchen. All other surfaces should be with light warm shades: milk, cream, light beige, pale yellow, and others. This will help keep the visual volume of the space.
In the large kitchen you can act boldly, and select, for example, black facades, dark countertops and flooring.
It is necessary to use natural materials such as wood of any breed and color, stone, brick, glazed tile, as well as simple breathable fabrics (linen, cotton and wool) for kitchen textiles and chair covers. Your black kitchen will cozy and warm.
The black is good because it is perfectly combined with any other colors, as well as white, creamy and woody. Using your favorite color combination in the interior of a black kitchen, you will thus divert attention from the abundance of dark tones, harmoniously entering it into the interior.