As Coco Chanel said, “black has it all... it is the perfect harmony”, and this is especially true in the field of interior design.
The comeback of the black kitchen countertop is now a reality: it has only recently become popular again, also due to the fact that homes have taken on new meaning, as a place that expresses style, functionality, and involvement.
If we examine this trend in greater detail, we will find that black kitchen countertops are often chosen for open-plan layouts to help better delimit and connect spaces within the home.
Therefore, a dark kitchen is well suited to situations in which visual and spatial continuity with the surrounding space is created: when there are no walls, the elegant and warm raven black hue becomes the focal point of the home.
But who said that black is a dull color? Let’s find out together how varied and incredibly versatile this color can be when used for kitchen countertops, even when combined with other materials with a wood or concrete effect.
Deep and seductive, the black marble-effect kitchen counter fascinates with its sophisticated allure.
It is a well-thought-out choice, but certainly not a difficult one. In fact, porcelain stoneware kitchen countertops with a black marble effect are also available, ensuring excellent performance when it comes to their resistance and aesthetic appeal.
Dark Marquina by Sapienstone is a prime example of this: inspired by the Spanish stone of the same name, it stands out for having a strong and dense texture, in which a dark background highlights the thin white veins that run across the surface.
This black veined kitchen counter can be used on its own by matching it with elements in the same shade, or placed next to other materials in different colors, such as white marble-effect porcelain stoneware (pictured here with Premium White).
The matte black kitchen top is the ideal choice for those who prefer less flamboyant and yet equally aesthetically appealing countertop materials.
From this perspective, there are two options:
As for eye-catching effects, the sparkling black kitchen counter features metallic and iridescent hues in its structure, which contrast with the dark base, creating luminous decorative effects.
A number of options are available in this case too:
Last but not least, the polished black kitchen counter, the alter ego of classic taste with a focus on style and sophistication.
These surfaces can be extremely delicate and prone to abrasion, so if you are not sure whether to get a quartz or porcelain stoneware countertop, it is best to go for the best-performing material, in particular as regards direct contact with high temperatures and inalterability over time.
Malm Black by SapienStone reinterprets iridescent dark metals. In its semi-polished finish, it combines a cutting-edge look with elegance and safety. As with the other surfaces in this range, Malm Black is resistant to UV rays, thermal shock, scratches and is completely non-absorbent.
Are you unable to decide what is best for your project out of the 4 tips for black kitchen counters?
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