Black accent walls are certainly a bold design choice.
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Why are we so scared about the color back in any room? Black is the exact same as white. Both aren’t colors yet every other color suits them. Therefore, the way you would construct a room with white would be the same principle as a black room, or in this instance a black wall with the rest in white. The other accents of the color gold from the industrial-looking chandelier, side lamps against the walls, the natural woods, and the plants look absolutely epic in their bedroom idea. Soft accessories are there too to soften up the room integrating black in the homeliest of ways. The white bed frame and bedding really pop out against the black backdrop.
This is a gentleman’s club room lookalike where one could see people enjoying a good cigar and a whisky. It oozes with class and warmth majorly thanks to the old style, worn-out sofas, and armchairs. The black wall details complement the room enormously especially with the added 1930’s style prints on the wall creating a time capsule back in time. The rug compliments the outlook of it all creating a homely feeling especially with the plants taming down the masculinity somewhat which does not go amiss.
What I love about this next one is the large white print on the wall breaking the movement of black easing it into the room without overtaking the entire room. And thanks again to the white contrast from the bedding and bedding sheets, with the odd nod of monochrome from the pillows and the faux fur animal skin, everything does come together just perfectly fine. The white natural bricks are fabulous to bounce back some of the natural light into the bedroom, not making it too stark. There is nothing to overcrowd the room which is lovely and stays neat and tidy free from unnecessary accessories.
This time all the walls get it, apart from the ceiling leaving plenty of light to bounce off of it. And what is remarkably cool, are the window frames all painted in white and contrasts the walls beyond perfect to me. The tanned leather bed frame seduces the room down to a T, alongside the faux animal skin, the zebra-like pillow, and white linen bed sheet adding luxury to the finished article. Absolutely sublime with lots of contrasting colors. The one natural element being the plants helps to harmonize the room really well including a little nature in the somewhat very designer bedroom.
This room has a little 1880’s flair to it, thanks to the English Chesterfield British Green sofa, the black walls, and the rather arty wall paintings dating back a fair bit. The carpet oozes with geometry meaning this room also has a 50s flair, making this an electric choice of a room, fit for strong personalities and characters. There is a lot going on here and a lot more fuss but cannot help to notice that everything seems to go along with one another very nicely indeed. I love the wall frames within a frame giving even more attitude to the living area.
One of the most beautiful monochrome harlequin-like bathrooms, perfect to feel special while having a bath and decompressing. The checkered tiles are monumentally beautiful, perfectly matched to the bath itself and the black walls. It still has plenty of light which is crazy to think as more than half of the room is black. The gloss silver tapestries look tremendous as well alongside the old terracotta pots and plants giving the room a much-required natural feel to it. The plants control the clinical overview and make the room to be honest. This is definitely a room one would love to be in and relax for hours on end alongside a lot of candles smelling epic in the process.
If black isn’t your thing. Look away immediately. Black can quickly make a room far too gothic in style however, not here no. From the wall to the ceiling this is a room with a purpose. It screams out personality and is such a massive statement to whoever owns this place. Ballsy indeed, but bravo we say. This is sexy and gorgeous and warm and inviting. This room is everything. I love the velvet touches to soften up the whole thing, including the beautiful ceiling lamp from the 50s. The singular woven wooden chair is beyond words and would look out of place, if not in the space.
There is a North African feel to this room thanks to the pillows, detailing throughout, and the lampshade on the bedside table with the most beautiful of turquoise making the entire room work. Amazing how one small element can dramatically change and ameliorate a room. The black bedframe to the walls to the many other natural elements such as plants and natural 70s wooden furniture makes this bedroom cozy awaiting many nights of beauty sleep. Loving the carpet as well makes you immediately at ease with the room.
One of the most charming and most desirable of all corners I have seen in a while. The mat black walls create a statement like no other, and again, it is all about how you design and accessories the rest of the room. What makes the room? The chair. What a statement. It is beautiful, it is old, it has massive appeal and character. You can feel the energy on the number of key people that sat on it. The wall painting does not go amiss as well and really breaks the black up a bit, just enough to make this room, not looking dark and eerie. It is vibrant and very beautiful.
Here we can almost forget about the black walls being, black. This is one of the brightest I have seen with so many black elements and that is largely thanks to the glossed-out wooden top table and the natural wooden elements within the structure. Even the baby chair matched its environment. How cool and thoughtful that is! I wonder if they have matching slippers! The room is bright and pure and oozes with calmness. A comfortable room ready to receive many guests sitting them down in a really comfortable room at ease from it all. As with most black walls and accents, always have some greenery around to assist the ease of transition.
If one was to dream about having a Kenyan safari holiday, one would think that their room could possibly look something like this one. We love the accessories mimicking the wildlife such as the zebra rug, the faux tiger skin throw, the hunting hats. Even down to the window’s sunshade is made from bamboo and the ample amount of greenery in this room. The pillow has a sunset from deep in the desert imitating the surroundings of wilderness just before nightfall.
What happens when you put two of the biggest statement colors together? It fits right in and still manages to give the room more than enough peacefulness. The red sofa is magical, isn’t it? We also love the monochrome wall pictures, throw and table, and side lamp. This room has a lot of style to it. I could imagine a very arty person leaving there gathering as much imagination for their next project. The black wall is recorded by the white door and door frame, and the small window above it. Those elements really help massively the idea of peace in this living area.
Talking about being ballsy and being very arty, this next one does not disappoint. Until today I never thought I would say fluorescent green looks really cool. The black accents of the walls, mixed in with the white cushions on the chairs and white lampshades and mirror are just enough to make this room super eclectic but without overdoing it. That console is sublime and beautiful even more so alongside the natural plant next to it.
By now we can see how wonderful black can be, and is in a room. We all need a black accent in our rooms so go get painting people! Black is fabulous because you can really play with colors. White is more for neutral colors. Very nice and very tame. The designer rug in yellow is simply breathtakingly astonishing and works so well. The monochrome wall art even had a makeover too, showcasing that using color is ok. This is a simple room with simple accessories, but with massive appeal and meaningful, and thoughtful decorations.
The chandelier is a true delight and makes the room pop. Big statement. The back walls and chairs are simply divine and so are the lampshades. Again, all about the details. The natural wooden top tables manage to tame everything down making them speak in the same language, and in harmony.