Published at Wednesday, 25 October 2017 by Paige Martin in Cabinets & Drawer, with total 69 digitals.
Clean, crisp lines and angular cutouts will work best with a modern or contemporary design, whereas Shaker or craftsman-style cabinets tend toward a more traditional look for your unfinished kitchen cabinets. Decisions regarding the style may also influence the material you use for your kitchen cabinets—more traditional styles generally feature wood almost exclusively, whereas modern and contemporary styles may feature artificial materials, which are less likely to be available in an "unfinished" state.
In her own kitchen, Jennifer is using black cabinetry to set off a wood island of Macassar ebony, which has a distinctive linear grain of black mixed with brown and gold tones. "I didn't want too much of the patterned wood grain, so I added black as a complementary color," says Jennifer. Whether you choose to go black all the way or merely toss it in on a kitchen island, there are some things to keep in mind when you go over to the dark side of cabinetry.
Whether you're installing brand-new kitchen cabinets or updating the look of your existing ones, you may want to consider a bold style choice: black kitchen cabinets. Because most kitchens primarily feature lighter colors, black cabinets can provide a striking and attractive contrast.