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Classic Black Kitchen Blended With Stainless Steel
While there are many design concepts that homeowners attempt in order to make a statement, nothing is bolder than having black as the resident color. You don’t need to paint the walls black in order to make black the dominant color in a room. That can create a really dark and dull place to live in. Using black for built-in fixtures with dark-patterned countertops and stainless steel kitchen appliances, can achieve a look that you will be proud to show your friends.
Stainless steel dishwasher, glass display plate with fruits, under-mounted sink with sleep faucet, black under-counter cabinets, black knife holder, coffee grinder and espresso machine in black color, stainless steel stove and baking oven with matte finish, black kettle, granite countertops, smoothie blender with black base and lid, black surface ice maker, black candle stick holders, built-in storage and display cabinets up to ceiling, dishes and cutlery in black and white, black housing painted for under cabinet range hood, chandelier with artificial electric candles, black framed windows looking out to the patio, black rug on kitchen floor, flooring tiles in designer arrangement, off-white false ceiling with down lights.