Black can seem like an intimidating color to decorate with when it comes to home design. However, black can make quite a statement and when used in the right setting can make your home stand out above the rest. The most important part of decorating with such a bold color is to find a balance within the home and to use it in combination with other colors and styles.
Keep reading to find out the best ways to decorate with black within the home:
Use Black Within A Small Space
The shade of black can do amazing things for a small space or room. This is because it’s bold, dramatic finish will take away from the size of the room and can actually make the room appear larger overall. You also can make a big statement with the simple coat of paint and this will allow for you to sparingly add in decor which can make the completion of a room very simple.
Stand Out With Frames
If you feel like you aren’t ready to commit to using black in a large form, bringing this bold shade in with frames is the perfect way to go. Black frames can either be used in a grouping to create a gallery wall or as a stand alone piece with the print or artwork of your choice. Modern, black frames go well with any style and can mix well with many colors and patterns throughout the home.
Bold Black Home Accents
Another great way to incorporate this bold shade into your home without committing to a large scale is to bring black accents into the home. This can be anything from decorative items, lamps, accent tables, or even pillows! By bringing in these accent items, you will highlight the style and furniture you already have and you’ll be able to bring in pops of bold without overwhelming the space.
Lastly, a trend that always seems to be on the rise is using chalk paint for walls, furniture and artwork within the home. This designer, yet interactive paint brings a new texture to the home while also allow your creativity to run wild as you add your own design to these items. Consider adding an accent wall or a framed chalkboard to your home space to add a touch of black into the home.