Cabinets are a necessity for every home. In the kitchen, in the bathroom, even in the movie room or home office, a bit of extra storage space can be used to tidy up and organized. But, even if cabinets aren’t the most stylish or decorative part of the house, it doesn’t mean that they can’t have a certain, chic and fashion-forward feel. Why not dip this traditional part of your home in a dark, dramatic shade? Get inspired and take a peek at some real-life examples of snazzy, sleek black cabinets for your home!
We love how this kitchen was transformed into a traditional settings to a space with a lot of luxurious, modern appeal. The black cabinets work well in the space because it’s open area and the complimentary marble completes the entire look.
Even your bathroom can have a high-brow flair with the inclusion of slick, black cabinets. Just take a look at this beautiful space. Whether it’s for the master bathroom or guest, whoever’s inside will get quite the holiday-spirited treat.
Smooth and dreamy, these kitchen cabinets make modern eclecticism look completely natural and totally in-style. We are also loving the contrast between the contemporary cabinets and the rustic, hardwood floors. The black works especially well in this open, elongated space.
Turn your home office into something of bold style and powerful presence. With black cabinets and bookshelves you’ll have a place to not only organize and keep chaos at bay, but it’ll set the tone and foundation for the entire room. Just make sure you don’t dip the cabinets in black if it’s a smaller room – or, it’ll just look smaller!
This his and her bathroom could easily fall into the cheesy, kitschy category of styles gone by – but with the addition of modern, black cabinetry, the space takes on a whole new life. It even has a bit of a futuristic feel, don’t you think?
There is nothing dark or dreary about this contemporary kitchen. In fact the natural light surrounding the cabinetry and beautiful chandelier makes for a more roomy, freeing space. The black just punches up the style volume.
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