Black and White Home Decor yael | October 29, 2013 | Decorating Ideas, Design, Design Trends, Home & Design Inspiration, Quality Bath Products | No Comments Black and white: the classic modern color combination. When done right, it’s striking, dramatic, and beautiful. When done wrong, well, it looks like this: Via uglyhousephotos.com Okay, maybe not that drastic. But it can look dull, boring, overdone, or just plain ugly. So here’s some inspiration – and gorgeous pictures – for successfully decorating your home in black and white: Mix patterns and textures. It adds depth and variety to a starkly contrasting room. Eclectic Bathroom by Little Rock Interior Designers & Decorators Tobi Fairley Interior Design Eclectic Bedroom by Washington Interior Designers & Decorators Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor Modern Bathroom by Tiburon Interior Designers & Decorators Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc. Contemporary Living Room Add some color. Even if you want to go primarily black and white, warm wood flooring, subtle (or not so subtle) pops of color, or neutral accents can break up the high contrast. Traditional Entry by Atlanta Interior Designers & Decorators Brian Watford ID Contemporary Bedroom by Savannah Interior Designers & Decorators Joel Snayd Modern Bedroom by San Diego Photographers Zack Benson Photography Modern Dining Room by New York Interior Designers & Decorators Diego Alejandro Interior Design Start small. Take a room with an existing color palette and add black and white accents – lamps, pillows, even shower heads – if you’re not sold on the stark modernity of solely black and white. Arteriors Navarro Polished Nickel/Black Marble Lamp Contemporary Bedroom by North Palm Beach Architects & Designers NXG Studio Jaclo Lumiere Circolare Rain Canopy 3,656 total views, 1 views today Related Posts QB FAQs: How Can I Make My Drain Disappear? No Comments | Apr 9, 2014 Kitchen Sink Add-Ons No Comments | Apr 8, 2014 QB FAQs: Washlet or Bidet? No Comments | Apr 2, 2014 The Fifth Wall: Designing Your Ceiling No Comments | Apr 3, 2014 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Comment:* Authenticate this comment using OpenID.