Dark countertops have been known bring unexpected contrast and visual richness into your kitchen. So don’t let this corner of your home go unnoticed. Check out these eye-catching elements and see how they help transform your kitchen. Traditional, hyper-modern, and everything in between.
1. Smooth Black
This was designed by St. Charles of New York, the leading name in high-end kitchen design. The smooth dark countertop helps highlight and bring out the stainless steel environment. Perfect for kitchens that want to that modern look.
2. Solid Black
Black has a way of bringing out the modern look. But for the those with a more wooden theme, a solid firm looking black counter is recommended. After all, wood already gives of that firm feel, so a solid dark countertop compliments it well.
3. Playing Opposites
If you didn’t already know, opposites tend attach and go well together. And all white themed kitchen does present a well kept, organized, and clean feel, however it wouldn’t quite as well without a counter-balance. That’s where having dark countertops come in.
For those going for a traditional feel with a wooden theme, there’s one element that shouldn’t be missed out on; Marble. It should makes sense that elements of nature go together. You could say that its natural. And of course as previously discuss, if you’re have a wooden theme, a darker colored countertop is what compliments it wonderfully.
5. Stone With Stone
On the other hand for those who have a more mineral and earthy texture heavy kitchen, solid black is the good fit. As with wood, what goes well with stone-ly design would be a dark countertop. Having this sort of theme actually works well to give a home a cave, or underground feel.