16 Brave Dark Cabinet Kitchen Designs

When redesigning your kitchen, you must think about many different things, for example the kind of faucet for your sink, or whether or not include some decoration like flowers, a clock, etc. But, there are a few important choices you are supposed to make, especially when deciding about the style of cabinetry that you’ll use. The cabinets, are very important, more than anything else, because they serve to create the overall design aesthetic of the room. Light or dark, old or new, simple or ornate, there are so many choices, but your kitchen design will be influenced by the cabinetry decision you make. While many will opt for lighter colored cabinets in their kitchens these days, there are still plenty of good reasons to pick dark cabinets. They make a statement in the kitchen, and can be balanced out nicely by other choices you make in your kitchen, as well as the choices that may have already been made, for example, the style and color of your flooring and tiles. If you think that dark cabinets might be the right choice for your kitchen, then take a look at these 16 brave dark cabinet kitchen designs, because you may find an idea that is right for your kitchen.

 

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If you are a fan of darker colors you might love how black cabinets fill the space in your kitchen. Balance with white walls and doors to create a dramatic space. The black cabinetry can also be combined with black appliances for a kitchen that creates a modern effect that should please those who prize minimalism.

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Choose dark brown color for the cabinets and a lighter, though still dark, wood of the island that will serve as an excellent contrast to the dramatically dark cabinets in this kitchen. Darker cabinets will stand out against the light color of the hardwood or tile floors that are usually seen in the kitchen.

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