The black cabinetry is complimentary to the dark timber and hewn trussed ceiling.
Anderson designed this sophisticated moody home for a client that is based in Tennessee. The home is styled with textures and historical decor. The natural light enhances the muted foyer of this home.
Berkus and partner Jeremiah Brent took on this Beverly Hills project. Their clients wanted something that felt fresh, but still livable for a family. The design team played with layers and different charcoal shades to create a comfortable and functional space.
This dark dining room incorporates different neutral textures to contrast the black walls. The floating shelves are a simple way to enhance a bare wall space.
The design team created a sexy and moody bedroom for their hotel client. It channels retro 70’s glam mixed with contemporary decor. If you’re looking for a hotel that gives a dramatic atmosphere then this is the perfect place for you to stay.
I posted Hallworth’s kitchen to my Instagram. It received mixed comments. Some people either love the dramatic look of a black kitchen. And some think the dark wall and cabinetry combo is too much for one room. What do you think of the black interiors trend?