The use of Black and White in design can create a stunning and dramatic decor.
There's a rule in decorating that says that "every room can use a touch of black." You might think this is strange if you have a room of pastels or jewel tones. But using the color black adds a focal point of color that grounds, anchors, and adds a sophisticated look to a room.
Black in accessories, light fixtures, trims, paint, or in one bold piece of furniture will help to catch the eye and sharpen any decorating scheme. It will serve as an outline that sets off specific areas or objects. Black by itself is striking!
But to get real drama and spark, pair black with white.
The use of black and white in design gives a fresh, clean, and unquestionably sophisticated and elegant look to any room.
If you're afraid of using just black and white, add variety by adding areas of yellow, pink, camel, red, turquoise or purple for a striking look. Keeping black and white prominent, however, preserves the elegant effect.
Here are examples of stunning rooms designed with a Black and White theme.
Gwyneth Paltrow's bath with Kelly Wearstler Imperial Trellis wallpaper in black. The black and white combo is so chic!
Black and White luxury kitchen design- The white floor with star detail sets the mood and dramatically contrasts the black glossy cabinets. Stunning kitchen!
Black and White foyer design- The look is modern, clean and just grandiose!
Black and White dining room design with a touch of pearl grey. Isn't it elegant?
Black and White living room - with the classic look of Pottery&Barn
Black & White dining room with a touch of red for extra drama!
Black & White majestic dining room with a touch of turquoise. This is just an amazing definition for elegance.
Another beautiful Black and White Kitchen design with clean lines, marble counter top and backsplash, stainless steel appliances... Perfect kitchen for a perfect cook!
Black and White living room design- very chic! A very well designed little space!
Black and White dining room with a touch of green by Erin Valencich. Here even with a black and white theme, the luscious outside has been brought in for a fresh look.
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Which one of these Black and White rooms is your favorite?
Do you think that you are likely to use a Black and White theme design for your home in the near future?
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