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Using the color black adds a focal point of color that grounds, anchors, and adds a sophisticated look to a room. Black in accessories, light fixtures, trims, paint, or in one bold piece of furniture will help to catch the eye and sharpen any decorating scheme. Pairing it with hot pink and loads of white walls makes it a whimsical dream come true. By altering the scales of the different damask patterns on the accessories and walls, the room remains cohesive without going overboard.
Scale is everything. Read up on how to use scale here. Black and white stripes are classic and can instantly add interest to an otherwise basic space. Keep other accessories simple to allow for maximum visual impact. Also, consider altering the shades of white.
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Adding a touch of gold to this black and white patterned bathroom makes all the difference. This trendy bathroom designed by Greg Natale perfectly balances the strong black geometrical pattern on the walls with golden softness of the mirror and the hardware.
Notice the cute flowers in a very simple white pot, which almost disappears in the background. And the French-style doors are simply the best here. It adds a really nice and open dimension to this small, but well-designed space. This master bathroom shared on Houzz shows that black and white can be used for larger spaces too. Not afraid to use plenty of the color black, this bathroom brings together the best of both shades.
The floor is elegant and has just enough pattern to be visually interesting; the walls and other vertical spaces are dominated by white and framed with just enough black to bring a good visual structure. We especially like how the shower is almost lost in the room, as if it wasn't really there. This gives the design itself all the space it needs to shine and impress. An all-black floor. An all-white wall. This should be stark and boring, but it isn't.
It's all in the patterns. The tight and quick-moving herringbone pattern on the wall stands in contrast to the calmed-down feel of the hexagon on the floor. The black pentagon flower pot on the white, wall-mounted narrow sink is a stroke of inspiration. And in this small space , the side faucet is a smart choice. This bathroom from Sarah Sherman Samuel is design-savvy, clever, beautiful, and definitely something to tell the neighbors about.
Here's another interpretation of the traditional bathroom , photographed by Olga Chertova , in black and white. This fun, cheery design takes full advantage of the natural light from the large window to avoid a dark, closet-like look.
But what really makes it interesting is its combination of patterns in the tile.Black and White Lyrics: That first night, we were standin' at your door / Fumblin' for your keys, then I kissed you / Ask me if I wanna come inside / 'Cause we didn't wanna end the night / Then.