Black is making a comeback as a well-loved color in the kitchen. The dark hue is moody, sleek, and all things bold. The color demands attention and even coats the room with a touch of elegance. Although kitchen appliances may not come to your mind for adding style to the room, think again. Black kitchen appliances can make a splash in the room's design aesthetic.
If you're interested in seeing what black appliances can do for your kitchen, keep reading. We compiled a list of 15 kitchens with black appliances to help inspire you. Let's get into it!
1. White Cabinetry
Amongst white cabinetry, black appliances stand out. The stark contrast between the two colors add a sense of aesthetic depth to the space. Besides, you really can't go wrong with the timeless color combination of black and white.
2. Pop Of Red
Black appliances paired with red accents makes this kitchen look sleek and contemporary. Visually, you get lost in the depth of this space. The aesthetic is bold and captivating. The immense space in the room gives you plenty of space to move around.
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3. Sunny Hues
One wouldn't typically pair sunny yellow and orange hues with black appliances. But when done well, the visual result can be amazing. In this kitchen, the dark appliances perfectly balance the lighter surrounding color palette.
This kitchen features shiny black appliances and black and white floor tile and subway tile. The result is a contemporary vibe with slight retro undertones. The natural light flooding in from kitchen window warms the room and supplies light to help you accomplish kitchen tasks.
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5. Sweeping Space
If you're looking to make your kitchen look dramatic, black is your best friend. The dark-hued panels in this kitchen make the space look expansive. The shiny black appliances also give this kitchen a luxurious feel. Everything is nicely tucked away out of sight, preventing the room from looking cluttered or overdone.
6. High Contrast
Between the wood floors, light-colored backsplash, white cabinets, light blue walls, and black appliances, this kitchen has a ton of visual contrast that gives it a satisfying sense of depth. The usage of the color black in this space makes it visually intriguing.
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7. Sleek Hardware
This is another example of the visual impact of combining black and white in a kitchen. The black appliances complement the white cabinets, creating a seamlessly unified overall aesthetic. The sleek black appliances make this kitchen feel and look crisp and clean.
8. Elegant Accents
In this kitchen, the black appliances are the perfect visual counter to what would otherwise be an overwhelming white overload. The appliances are relatively small, but their visual impact is significant. The marbled countertops and stone backsplash provide that sought-after texture.
If you have kitchen windows with a wide sill, consider placing a group of potted plants or herbs there. It freshens up the space, adds some color, and supplies food.
9. Streamlined Features
This is another kitchen that features tons of white. The appliances and rug runner break up the light-colored monotony of the room. Never underestimate the power of a kitchen rug! Even in small kitchens, you can create a gorgeous design.
10. Modern Elegance
If you want a truly modern makeover in your kitchen, utilize glossy white and black kitchen wares, cabinetry, and appliances. The two colors are woven together to create a stunning aesthetic.
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11. Smooth Surfaces
Smooth surfaces in a kitchen give it a very polished, clean look. Notice how the appliances, countertops, and cabinetry share having that shiny look. Having those polished surfaces makes it easy to incorporate texture and color through countertop decor and food storage.
12. Open Concept
Open concepts are a welcome design concept in the home. It's an excellent way to make the most of your square footage and keep things airy. Open concepts invite people in and allows you to visit with people while working in the kitchen.
13. Tucked Away
Keep your appliances tucked away in the kitchen. Laying flush against the cabinets minimizes their footprint in the room and provides a unique aesthetic. This also maximizes the room in which you have to move about in the room. This black fridge is the perfect complement to this space.
14. Light Black Appliance Accent
The appliances are the only black in this kitchen. This design spotlights the appliances and pulls them into the design concept of the room. When the look of the kitchen is so streamlined and orderly, feel free to dress up the kitchen counters.
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15. Cottage Charm
Black is a timeless color that's not going out of style any time soon. These appliances are easier to clean and won't show dirt and grime as easily as other colored appliances either. These black appliances add to the cottage charm in this kitchen. Black and white tiles are used on both the floor and backsplash to complement the appliances.
We hope this guide has inspired you to integrate black appliances into your kitchen!