High Contrast Two Tone Kitchen Styles
When you read ‘High Contrast Two Tone Kitchen’ do you think retro black and white checkerboard from the 80’s? Not so! The solid black on white or off-white is still very versatile in a wide array of kitchen interior design styles.
Combined with warm wood cabinetry, light stone countertops, and hardwood floors – two tone black and white can very successfully be used in the contemporary kitchen. Softening the look with glass fronts and open shelving cabinetry, multicolored ceramic dishware, or splashes of color from furnishings will go a long way to creating a stunning high contrast kitchen.
For more information about high contrast two tone interior design styles for the kitchen, contact a NuKitchens representative by calling 203.831.9000 or by visiting the NuKitchens website.
Visit the NuKitchens Showroom at 132 Water Street, Norwalk, CT 06854. Bring your ideas! We will transform your ideas into an attractive kitchen plan. Our CAD software will provide you with an accurate picture of your kitchen design.