Vallejo Street HighriseTransitional Kitchen, San Francisco
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7. Interior designer Candace Cavanaugh specified black-brown when coming up with a custom color for these cabinets. The hue adds an unexpected warmth to the dark room. She then custom designed taxicab-yellow counter stools to add a playful dash of color. The overall look is glamorous and unexpected.Cabinet hardware: custom, Folger & Burt Architectural Hardware Inc.
BlackThere's a good reason black is always in style — it goes with everything. Neutral and colorful kitchens can both make use of this dramatic and dark color. But be careful — black absorbs a lot of light, so it might not be the best bet for a kitchen that doesn't get much sunshine. Paint picks: When to Use Black in the Kitchen
Since it's a neutral, black works with any other color you want to introduce. These lemon-yellow counter stools add a nice twist to this handsome black kitchen.