Remember how much black there was in home decor in the 80’s? Entertainment centers, dining tables and chairs, black leather sofas and black shiny coffee tables.
It was too much.
Now that black is here again along with greys and whites, it’s a good idea to notice that black should be an accent. Used well, it highlights what’s around it, too much and it becomes heavy and masculine.
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Notice the white and green gray concrete floors and all the natural elements that make this heavily styled pantry a pinnable room. Over and over again.
Simple and classic.
Remember when I posted about that chair and ottoman in my last townhouse and how the second it arrived in in my living room I could feel how black the room was? That is what will happen if there’s too much black in a room.
I’m in San Jose this week in a course which is why you haven’t heard from me! In the meantime, I had dinner with my friend Scarlett Ballantyne last week and we talked branding, here’s the link to her post. Check it out.
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