If there was one design trend that defined the past decade, it was the all-white kitchen. The look is timeless, cohesive, and clean, and has a miraculous way of making even the tiniest kitchen look airy and spacious. But the new decade brings with new trends, and designers say there’s a new color in the kitchen that you should try: black.
Whether you want to dip your toes into the black cabinets trend with just a few features or want to go all in, you are bound to gain some inspiration from our round up of a few of our favorite designs.
Kitchens with Black Cabinets
Jessica McAllister of Kountry Kraft designed this modern kitchen to feature black cabinetry along the perimeter. The cabinetry features a sleek, simple door design. The wood grain shines through the black finish, giving it a unique textural appeal.
Black can be used in transitional kitchens, too. One of the easiest ways to incorporate black cabinets is to pair them with white. Stonington Cabinetry & Designs featured a black kitchen island among the white perimeter cabinetry in this transitional style design.
Black cabinetry designs are trending for rooms in the home beyond the kitchen.
Architectural Kitchens of Annapolis designed black cabinetry for this laundry room design. Paired with the gold hardware, laundry is no longer a chore but a luxurious escape.
Stonington Cabinetry & Designs incorporated a black wet bar into this living room design, equipped with storage for glasses, wine bottles and more.
Visit our website, kountrykraft.com, to see more rooms and designs that incorporate custom black cabinetry. Are you interested in black cabinets for a room in your own home? Click here to find a Kountry Kraft dealer near you!
#KountryKraft #BlackCabinets #BlackCabinetry #DesignTrends
At Kountry Kraft we offer many finishes, and one popular option is our paint with glaze finish. We offer a variety of colors and even offer paint with brushed glaze finishes. Choosing a paint with glaze finish will give your cabinetry the perfect touch of color and really bring out the craftsmanship of the piece.
Paint with Glaze Finish
Glaze finish is applied to cabinetry as one of the last steps in the finishing process. We apply the glaze with a cloth or brush, and once it is applied, it is then wiped off to achieve the desired color. Below are the standard colors that we offer. We will custom match any paint that is requested by the client or designer. The paint with glaze finishes tend to look best on raised panel doors, but the process can be done on any door style you choose. The kitchen above was designed by Hanford Cabinet and Woodworking.
- Aged Ivory
- Alpine with Coleman Glaze
- Alpine with Aged Ivory Glaze
- Alpine with Dykstra Glaze
- Alpine with Black Glaze
- Alpine with Gray Glaze
- Alpine with Chocolate Glaze
- Alpine with Van Dyke Glaze
- Cranapple Red
- French Beret with White Glaze
- Gauntlet Gray with Dykstra Glaze
- Pettingill Sage with Brown Glaze
- White Rock
Paint with Brushed Glaze Finish
Our paint with brushed glaze finishes are a little bit different and very unique. We apply this finish the same way we apply the paint with glaze finish, however we wipe it off leaving straight strokes along the cabinetry. The bathroom to the right was designed by Shawn Preis of Kountry Kraft. The finish on the bathroom vanity is a custom Paint with Brushed Glaze. Below are the different Paint with Brushed Glaze Finishes we offer.
- Bay Leaf
- Brushed Ruby Dusk
- Brushed Suede
- Canyon Blue
Choosing a paint with glaze or a paint with brushed glaze finish can change the look of your cabinetry entirely, whether it is for an accent piece or for your entire kitchen. These finishes allow you to express your personality through the renovation of your home. You can check out our other finishes here.