Creating a Monochrome kitchen
Classic black and white is always in fashion, so let us inspire you to bring this timeless trend to life in your own kitchen.
How to get the look
Choose a minimalist colour palette of white, black and grey combined with neutral materials to create your Monochrome kitchen.
Step one: Choose your cabinet doors
The minimalist, handleless designs of our Contemporary kitchens let you introduce uninterrupted swathes of white and graphite. For a softer take on Monochrome, opt for Clerkenwell Super Matt cabinet doors in slate grey to introduce this on-trend neutral into your kitchen.
Step two: Pick your worktop
Add a luxurious and durable touch to your kitchen with a white granite worktop, which matches the Monochrome colour scheme. Alternatively, your builder can introduce a natural element with a slate-effect laminate worktop, which echoes the character of stone.
Step three: Select a sink and tap
Channel industrial style with a Lamona composite sink in striking black. To make a bold statement, pair this with a matching black tap, like the Lamona Arno tap or keep it muted and modern with stainless steel.
Step four: Choose your appliances
Make a feature of your extractor with a black curved glass design, which your builder can place above a Lamona black gas hob that makes precision cooking easy. Keep your minimalist space clean and streamlined by giving everything in the kitchen a home.
Step five: Find flooring and door furniture
Professional Fast Fit V Groove black oak or slate-effect Fast Fit laminate flooring looks smart and sophisticated, and is also easy to keep clean. Tie the whole look together by asking your builder to add black nickel door furniture to your internal doors.
Step six: Add finishing touches
Maintain the minimalist feel with clever storage solutions like our pull out larder, which will keep ingredients neatly organised and reduce worktop clutter. Ask your builder to fit lighting beneath your wall units to brighten shadows and make your kitchen feel more open.