Cooking in the dark.

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The idea of using black when decorating can be a daunting thought.

However, it really isn’t as scary as you might think.

The colour black (or non-colour)  gives your eye something to focus on rather than drifting around a room full of pale neutrals.

If your kitchen doesn’t benefit from natural light you can combat this by using reflective surfaces, opt for a gloss finish or mix it with light neutrals.

Or begin by simply adding a splash of black whether it be a pair of lamps, kitchen chairs or a painted wall, the effect will instantly add depth to your room.

The beauty of black is that it can be used to create a sophisticated, modern look or to create a rustic, country feel.

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