9 Magical Ways To Use Black At Home
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Black Beauty1 of 10
By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
A predominantly black room doesn't have to look goth. Get inspired by these ten rooms that show the brighter side of black.
Kitchen Contrast2 of 10
In this mountain cabin, Swedish firm PS Arkitecktur created a modern look in a rustic alpine setting by mixing white furniture and light-toned wood with black and gray accents.
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Color Collision3 of 10
The color black doesn't have to look flat: For the renovation of this Northern California home, San Francisco–based Butler Armsden Architects tinted a black paint with a hint of purple to add depth to the color.
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In the Details4 of 10
The Hotel St. Cecilia in Austin has an eclectic interior of black and white mixed with deep blues and reds. Penny tiling and brass hardware in the guest baths add elegance within the minimal color palette.
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Gray Area5 of 10
In this urban living room by CWB Architects a dark black fireplace provides the focal point of the room, while pale gray walls and natural light keep the space bright.
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Looking Up6 of 10
At the restaurant Toast in Oakland, owners Kristen Policy and Heather Sittig completed the space with a fun and unexpected wash of black paint on the ceiling.
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Fine Dining7 of 10
When remodeling this Portland, Ore., home, designer Jessica Helgerson incorporated white furniture and clear accents throughout the room to create an airy dining space despite the dark painted wood moldings, by
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City of Light8 of 10
While architect Antonio Virgaa is known for creating glamorous commercial spaces for fashion’s elite (think Chloé and Céline), this residential project shows another side. In this Parisian bath, a black accent wall provides an interesting contrast to the white sink, bathtub and walls.
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Warming Trend9 of 10
BFS Design renovated this 1957 atrium house for the International Building Exhibition in Berlin. In this room, the wall tiles, hanging fireplace and stack of fireplace logs add texture and warmth to a minimal palette of black and white.
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In the Black10 of 10
For this office space, Jessica Helgerson and team worked to create a "dark, rich and moody" space for their client. The exposed brick and Murano glass hanging from the ceiling play against the black cabinets and furniture, adding layers of light, texture and dimension.
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