We’re a massive fan of all black everything and a kitchen is no different. If you want to take the plunge into all out black, then there’s nowhere better to take inspiration then the Whitworth Locke. The matte black cupboards are handle less which creates a clean and chic look. To add extra sass, the sink has been fitted with a black tap. This all creates a moodiness that is effortlessly chic. To add personality, gold and matte accessories have been used and against the black walls, they really pop. Our Satellite Table Lamp is the perfect fit to stand out against the matte black while the chrome hard ware will perfectly compliments the aluminium oven. If going all black everything is too much for you, but you still want to dare to be dark, how about adopting a style like Chelsea from @thehousethatblackbuilt. Chelsea’s love of black is evident throughout her house (and her wardrobe). For her kitchen, she’s opted for a subtler approach. She painted the walls white to keep the space light and airy but had her kitchen cupboards sprayed black and added brass hardware and the finished product is effortless.
Pops of colour
The pop of green in the sofa against the Spiced Honey walls is potentially our most favourite thing in the world. The earthy tone of the green sofa teamed with the rough felt – almost burlap texture against the sandy, woody tones of the Spiced Honey walls makes for the most perfect, organic and inviting space.
On the other end of the spectrum is the cornflower blue headboard which is showing us that the Spiced Honey walls really can compliment any colour. The pop of blue on the headboard instantly livens up the room and makes it less neutral. This, teamed with the modern design of the bed makes the perfect on trend bedroom.