White Kitchen Cabinets With Black Countertops

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White Kitchen Cabinets With Black Countertops

Playing with different colors is an important part of the interior design process. When you’re designing your kitchen, you’re going to want to choose the right colors in order to get the perfect ambiance and appearance for your space. While it’s common for kitchens to have a more neutral color palette, many people stay away from bold colors, like black. However, a popular color combination is actually white and black and these colors can easily be incorporated in your kitchen with white cabinets and black countertops.

The white and black or tuxedo-style color scheme can suit practically any kitchen style. Whether you’re going for a more modern look or a farmhouse style, these colors can easily be incorporated into the design.

Why Combine White and Black Colors In Your Kitchen
The modern-day style is to have an all-white interior design. While this can be true for some areas of your home, it’s not always the case for the kitchen. An all-white kitchen can give off the feeling of being too sterile or hospital-looking. However, you can still incorporate a white design, but try adding some contrast. This can be achieved using black paint, stone countertops, or even backsplash tiles.

Black countertops tend to look better when combined with white cabinets. These countertops are also longer-lasting since it’s less likely to spot any stains or marks on them when compared to lighter-colored countertop options.

When you pick white kitchen cabinets with black countertops, you’ll have a timeless design for your kitchen. While a white kitchen will never go out of style, it’s important to have the contrast that will make the room pop and that’s what the black countertops will do to your kitchen.

Common Materials Used for Black Countertops

You can pick from various materials for kitchen countertops, but not every material will look good in the color black. It’s important to plan out your design and explore different countertop materials for your needs. Common countertop materials that are available in black include:

● Granite
● Marble
● Slate
● Quartz
● Quartzite
● Soapstone

Granite is a commonly preferred countertop choice due to its durability, versatility, ease of maintenance, and customization options. Quartz is another countertop material that is oftentimes preferred since it won’t chip or crack so easily.

Cabinet Styles That Will Pair Well With Black Countertops
A white kitchen with black countertops can make your room stand out, but it’s crucial to pick the right components. After deciding on your ideal choice of countertop material, it’s time to choose the cabinet style. Below are style options you can consider for your kitchen cabinets.

Shaker Cabinets
This is the most popular choice of cabinet style for practically any kind of kitchen. It’s a functional and simple design that can make your kitchen pop.

Rub-through Cabinets
These cabinets give off a more rustic or farmhouse vibe which is suitable for an antique kitchen and more. They have some framing on the inside of the cabinet.

Hawthorne Cabinets
If you’re looking for a cabinet style that has a bit more elegance, Hawthorne cabinets are just what your kitchen will need. They have fine contours yet aren’t busy-looking.

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