By Iwona Nowicka. Home Decor. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 00:27:27 AM.
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.
Rugs, the look of Oriental rugs are part of the Victorian style. But authentic antique or even reproduction rugs can be expensive - way out of your budget. But you can get the look with a solid colored carpet remnant and small reproduction area rugs.
Display copper pots from a wrought iron rack, use terracotta containers as accents and storage, and add color with majolica dinnerware. Incorporate Tuscan themes in accent touches in your kitchen with displays of pasta in glass jars, a braid of onions or garlic, jars of olives, and flowers. The natural elements of stone, wood, water and color are essential in any Tuscan style home. By using all of the elements, you're sure to achieve this look that feels warm and welcoming.
What's really great about using black as an accent is that it can tie a whole lot of pieces together that otherwise don't mesh. For example, you can put a series of photos or pieces of art together that are different styles and colors, and make them work by putting them all in black frames. Even though they're different they instantly become a unit.
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