By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 04:16:58 AM.
Make Your Own Artwork. What you put on the walls has a big impact on the room, and there are a ton of things you can do for cheap.Try framing wallpaper or fabric samples, create washi tape art, or frame pages from old books. Or display your kids artwork by either framing it or hanging it from clothes hangers (it sounds wacky but it makes for a fun display!). The idea that artwork has to be expensive is a myth, so try making your own and don't be afraid to get creative.
If you're afraid of using just black and white, add variety by adding areas of yellow, pink, camel, red, or purple for a striking look. Keeping black and white prominent, however, preserves the elegant effect. How to Use Black and White in Your Home. A black and white floor is a good place to start decorating with black and white. The ultimate choice would be beautiful black marble set off with tall white baseboard moldings. Short of that, try white ceramic tiles with a black border, vinyl tiles laid in alternating black and white squares, or a painted black floor with white border stencils or white with black stencils.
Or decorate with jewelry that is normally hidden away in a drawer. Mount some vintage brooches in a shadow box, hang necklaces on a decorative ladder, or display just about anything in a pretty bowl. You can also take old china and display it. Hang pretty vintage plates on the wall or even display your silverware. A silver bowl or gravy boat looks very pretty when filled with flowers.
But to get real drama and spark, pair black with white. The use of black and white in decorating gives a fresh, clean, and unquestionably sophisticated and elegant look to any room. Black and white are a perfect color combination for any decorating style. Contemporary interiors often combine black and white with sleek metals. Country French decorating, among many others, is often set off with this color combination.
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