darkly delicious.
by victoria comment


black and gold kitchen cabinetry / sfgirlbybay

new york times t magazine.

i’m back at it — vacillating back and forth about my kitchen redesign and find myself debating dark cabinetry. i really like the nice bright white kitchen, but i do find these darkly delicious versions quite attractive, too. these kitchens all have a flair for the dramatic and i can see cooking up a storm here with a nice glass of cabernet in hand, perhaps a few sage-infused candles burning while we cook. it helps that some of them enhance their dark cabinetry with accents of well worn used brick, touches of copper and brass and beautiful tile backsplashes. i’ll keep on deciding — and let you know when i arrive at a plan!

dark green kitchen cabinets with glass doors / sfgirlbyby

interieur advies blog.

marble counterops and dark kitchen cabinetry and backsplash / sfgirlbybay

devol kitchens.

black kitchen backsplash and cabinets / sfgirlbybay


dark kitchen walls and decor / sfgirlbybay

form makers.

dark kitchen cabinets and exposed brick walls / sfgirlbybay

stella harasek (above + below).

dark kitchen countertops / sfgirlbybay

dark kitchen walls and cabinets / sfgirlbybay


black kitchen cabinetry with white appliances and tile backsplash / sfgirlbybay

apartment therapy.

black kitchen appliances and rustic wood shelving / sfgirlbybay

zw6 design.




2 responses to “darkly delicious.”

  1. Are you leaning towards having upper cabinets? If so, I’m actually digging kitchens that use two colors of cabinets… a rich dark color on the bottom, and white at the top. I think the next to last photo (with that amazing tile backsplash and farm sink) would look great with light upper cabinets.

  2. Black is so yummy, but suggest on vertical surfaces only. The ugly truth of dust could be a constant annoyance on countertops.

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