Black is the new black in the kitchen fashion world. In many cultures, black is a symbol of authority and modesty and a sign of proper respect. In Japanese culture, black is a symbol of nobility, age and experience. Black belt is a symbol of the achievements and qualifications of martial arts such as karate and judo. But even in the UK, the black tie function is a delicate and clever party, and black also represents prestige – many luxury cars are black, traditionally our police cars are black and white, demanding respect and authority.
Black kitchen utensils definitely need and earn respect in this respect. The simple, uniform color looks smooth and gentle in the wooden kitchen, blending perfectly with the dark wood surface, but also in contrast to the opposite colors of white or even stainless steel cabinets and countertops. Black is a truly versatile color.
Most top kitchen manufacturers offer a variety of black kitchen appliances, including refrigerators and freezers, cookware, dishwashers, washing machines and even wine coolers. If you want to redesign your entire kitchen with black appliances, there are several options. Obviously you can buy the entire device, but depending on your budget, in some cases you can choose to cheat until you have the money to buy the real thing. Some manufacturers tend to produce black frames for equipment you may have purchased. This is not available in all situations, it depends on the devices you already have, but this is an example.
Kitchen maker Smeg now offers a black microwave oven frame for a variety of microwave ovens, priced at around £100 or just over, which is great for those who have already damaged the microwave or who want to change the black kitchen utensils. Linearity also does similar things. They now offer a black microwave lid to match all linear series ovens. The model is made of stainless steel on black glass and the smooth sliding lifts feature a hydraulic hinged lifting system that costs less than £330.
Black refrigerator freezer is becoming more and more popular, Smeg offers American-style models for less than £2,000. Rangemaster's Kitchener series is available in black with heavy black cast iron pot holder – twin oven dual fuel model The price is below £2,000. Now with black controls, it's even easier to coordinate the entire kitchen. Smeg GENOA's chrome-plated faucet features black joystick controls, a rotating spout and an inflator for a market price of around £200.
There is no doubt that black has returned. And your black kitchen utensils will never be outdated, as they are also suitable for any future style. Black is no longer a boring color. This is a color that can be expected, enjoyed and respected. Make sure you can find a manufacturer that can provide you with all the black kitchen utensils you need, not just some of them, to get the full impact of the full style.