A strong foundation of dark cabinetry is lightened with flooring, countertop, wall color and a light backsplash. A super warm Tuscan kitchen, yet with repetitive open arches help expand the spacious feeling.
A fabulous kitchen that looks like it's been dipped in rich dark chocolate. Sharing white elements in the kitchen, it is the perfect contrast to the all-white modern living room.
The deep browns, while the predominant shade, do not overpower due to the light flooring, upper light doors, light countertop, and extensive wine collection, an interesting texture.
In a kitchen that has no windows, the temptation might be to do light colored cabinetry. However, this kitchen demonstrates how the use of dark cabinetry, can instead, add richness and depth. The dark cabinets allows us to better appreciate the light colored subway tiles and sleek appliances.
Here, the dark cabinets seem to create a dynamic arrangement of forms, creating the perfect modern apartment kitchen.
Black cabinetry with traditional colonial detailing suggests history, permanence and craftsmanship. It is the perfect backdrop to the mustard-colored kitchen island.
Black kitchen cabinets are the obvious choice in a kitchen with sunset views such as these. The cabinets recede into the background, and connect to the horizon.
I love this rich blue-grey slate color - a modern nod to the past. Dark colors liven up an otherwise plain set of cabinets..
The dark mossy-grey kitchen cabinets allow the beautiful collection of white dishes, to pop out. The painted cabinets are the same color of the walls, creating a unified, very Winterthur look of tradition and simplicity.
A space filled with bold geometric statements demands dark-colored kitchen cabinets. The dark cabinets balance out the strong accents in color (red wall) and shape (vent).
Here, the dark color of the cabinets is part of a bigger story of texture and materials.
The dark cabinets recede into the background, allowing the subtlety of this industrial-meets-old-world kitchen to shine through.
A lovely interplay of light and dark with perimeter dark cabinetry serving as an anchor.
Using dark cabinetry in an otherwise light filled space adds a strong element, in this case, allowing the cabinetry to appear as if it is floating above the floor,