Dust off the old thinking that black is unconventional and a special color that only a few can pull off as part of a color scheme at home. The color black has evolved into one that’s bold and pairs well with a lot, if not all colors! Hard to believe? Take these black color schemes for example.
The Color Black
The color black has always been associated with ideas and emotions relating to darkness—well, for obvious reasons. But what most do not realize is that mystery is just one effect. With proper planning and usage, black can bring in refined sophistication to any room or may even serve as the unifying element in a space that seemingly houses a jungle of colors. Try it out! Here are some interesting color schemes with black.
Ultra Minimalist with Black, White & Silver
Though not as warm as what a traditional homemaker would want, this ensemble of white, black and silver projects a nice image of the modern, aesthetic-minded individual. For your consideration, you may choose to warm things up a bit with a slight alteration of switching up your silvers to bronze or brass.
Timeless and Textured B&W
Now, black and white need not be stiff and cold. In this funky-yet-controlled living room and bar, the contrast between black and white is softened with natural greens and minimal wood elements.
A trend for artists and visionaries for quite some time, black board paint may also be used for the black wall to add function to its visual appeal.
Toned Down Luxury with Black, Off-white and Gold
Gold fixtures are never just for big houses and the rich. You can have them in your simple living room too! Put bold and bold together, and what you get is an aesthetic that’s impressive, inviting, and Instagram-ready.
Rustic Dark Gray, Black and Nature’s Colors
Although gray is the dominant color in the bunch, the simple insertions of black breaks its intensity and also ties it in with the pops of green, wood and minimal blue.
Straightforward Black & Gray
Channel your inner Mr. Grey with this a color scheme of all black with gray. The pair paints luxury without being too overt about it.