Welcome to our gallery featuring 18 dark cabinets with white countertops backsplash ideas.
The kitchen is one of the spaces in the house where you can really discharge worry through cooking or setting up any sort of nourishment. In this way, color determinations particularly for backsplash color and style choice are critical in the kitchen remodeling process. The backsplash job ought to be transitional between the countertops and wall cabinets. This day, the backsplash is accompanying a wide range of shapes, styles, and materials. A striking mix is made when adjusting a perhaps overwhelming utilization of dark cabinets and white countertops in a room.
Backsplash Ideas Dark Cabinets with White Countertops in Pictures:
White subway backsplash tile walls match dark grey wood cabinetry and darker hardwood flooring in this kitchen featured white granite countertops.
The cozy kitchen is stuffed with dark cherry wood cabinetry, with glass front wall cabinets. White granite countertops and beige travertine tile backsplash, plus dark cherry hardwood floors, add contrast.
Nice kitchen dark cabinets and white countertop combinations.
Stark dark cabinetry is complemented by a light cream travertine tile backsplash and rich textured white countertops in this kitchen. The unique design in the tile behind the stove helps to break up the pattern and accent the space subtly.
High contrast white wall kitchen with modern dark wood cabinetry, paired with white countertops and light hardwood floor. Multicolor subway style backsplash creates a different accent.
Mosaic glass backsplash becomes a transitional point between the dark cabinets and white countertops.
In this kitchen space, cream color ceramic tile flooring meets dark cabinetry and creates a strong contrast in the space. This white counter features a raised bar opening connecting to the eat-in counter and dining room.
This is an excellent modern example of a dark kitchen, featuring mixed colors glass mosaic backsplash that provides contrast. Further, texture without drawing away from the stunning pure white countertops.
Beautiful traditional-looking which has country details bring this contemporary kitchen to life. While there is enough room for a backsplash, a simple multi color brick style subway tile is the perfect pick for this color combination in the kitchen. White countertops and dark cabinetry filled with unique architecture and beautiful details.
This is a very good example of dark cabinets and white countertops too.
Large white granite topped island with dining space centers this kitchen over wood looking tile flooring, with dark wood cabinetry sandwiching layered glass mosaic tile backsplash.
The stunning red ceramic mosaic tile backsplash adds a very important focal point to this room. On the other hand, white countertops are the only contrast color in this dark cabinet-installed kitchen.
Richly detailed U-shaped kitchen centers dark painted wood island cabinetry with white countertops all around. Fancy 3D wavy textured creamy backsplash tiles constructed which give the kitchen a modern look.
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On the other hand, here’s a corner kitchen decked out in dark cherry wood with white granite countertops and matching backsplash over light wood flooring.
Features white stone counters with dark oak color cabinetry.
Ultimately dark colored cabinets combined with almost pure white countertops stand then everything else.
These days dark cabinets come in all types of wood, materials, and tones. In fact, very dark kitchen cabinets are popular… but not as popular as deep, rich dark wood kitchen cabinets. Selecting the coloring in the kitchen, it is better to look for bright wall paint, contrasting white countertops, and intricate tile backsplash punctuating the rich expanses of dark wood in these kitchens. Some backsplash colors can match their surroundings, with exposed painting and flooring, while others become standout features in otherwise light-toned spaces.
Dark Wood Cabinets With Granite Countertops
Today’s market backsplash colors may be vary and full of new designs. They are from porcelain to ceramic or travertine to glass and much more. Matching your cabinets, floors, countertops, and backsplash isn’t all about coordination and contrast. It also involves matching materials to your lifestyle and the overall theme of your home. So, dark cabinets and white countertops are the most contrasting color combinations. The backsplash is also a great opportunity for showing off countertops, so pick the right color or tone within the white countertop and exploit it in your backsplash tile for both interest and continuity.