Black and white styling is always on trend and is a great palette for those a little nervous about getting started with home decorating. I could look at images of black and white interiors all day long! I love the sense of calm that a monochrome interior evokes. Various textures and patterns and even accents of timber give a black and white theme a warm and inviting feel. Layering throws, accent cushions in varying patterns and bold graphic artworks are simple ways to decorate with black and white to create a super stylish space.
I love the styling in this image!! White walls and white painted floors, accents of black and timber and how about those shoes!
Vertical shelving is a great way to add interest to a small space. I love the simple black and white styling of this gorgeous cross blanket, Eames chair and wall calendar.
Create interest to a black and white theme with texture and pattern in throws and accessories.
Washi tape is a great and super inexpensive way to create wall art using your favourite pics. I have just ordered a stack of photo prints and can’t wait to re-create this look at home.
Black and white also looks fabulous in kitchen spaces.
A collection of prints stacked on top of wall shelves looks great and can be changed around to create a fresh new look with ease.
These lights are amazing! What a fabulous way to decorate a corner space!
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These are a few of my must-have black and white items
| cross blanket | big spot quilt cover | stripe rug | abc wall clock |
| storage sack | houndstooth cushion | flip-lid bin |
Want to peek inside a gorgeous home created by a design and decoration magazine? This home named “Maja” was designed for the Housing Fair Finland by Finnish decoration magazine Deko in collaboration with the residents.
An abundance of natural light, polished concrete flooring and white walls contrast beautifully with the dark painted ceilings. How I long for higher ceilings, which I would without doubt paint dark!
The furnishings used in the home compliment the interior design to perfection. A Beni Ourian style rug gives warmth and texture to the living space. I love grey+white+black teamed with the natural beauty of timber.
This home has a lovely relaxed, modern feel with a hint of industrial coolness.
Source emmas.blogg.se | deko
Dark timber floorboards; pressed metal feature walls; high-end marble accents; and a killer-view of Melbourne, sounds mighty appealing right! These are just some of the stand-out features of the lofty warehouse apartment that was home to Nina from Offspring for the first few seasons. If you’re a fan of the show you’ll love having a sneak peek inside, and even if you haven’t managed to catch an episode you’ll no doubt appreciate the features of this residence in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick which sold in June 2012 for $1,012,000.
Dining, living and kitchen.
Herringbone flooring and marble work surfaces in the stunning home office.
Galley style kitchen with dark-stained timber flooring, white joinery and dark benchtops.
Master bedroom with more of that beautiful pressed metal.
Balcony looking out over magical Melbourne.
A classic, timeless bathroom with crisp white subway wall tiles and composite marble floor tiles.