Undoubtedly, black wheels have been overdone lately, along with simulated bead locks. Most aftermarket wheels are too busy and have too much negative offset, (stick out too far past the fender) in my opinion.
The use of 22s and 24s on so called off road trucks is a joke. Nobody who cares about their paint job takes it off road with the tires sticking out a foot past the fender. In winter the mirrors become covered in snow and useless.
Because your Jeep is not black, but has black pieces, I think that satin finished black wheels would look good. If you never leave the pavement, 20s are wonderful, but a pita off road. Go with 17 or 18s.
I won't buy wheels that have more than one bolt pattern. Maybe go with exposed lug nuts. Those could be chrome on black wheels.
When I'm wheel shopping, I go to www.customoffsets.com
and enter my bolt pattern and size of wheel I'm looking for. Quite often someone has posted a photo of the vehicle you are shopping for with the wheels
that suit your fancy.
You could start in the middle with an 18X9" wheel with +20mm offset in a black wheel that isn't too busy like a Fuel Baja. 25.4mm = 1 inch, so in this case, your tire center line will be 20mm in. Negative 20MM
would put the tire center line 20mm out from the bolt face.
A tire such as Nitto's EXO or Toyo CT in a 275/65/18 will keep your speedometer within one or two percent of where it is now. Big tires hurt fuel economy.
edit; The tires you have on there now, falken Wild Peak MTs appear that they could use a wider wheel. Too narrow of a wheel vs tire size, wears out the middle of the tire..