Tour an All-White NYC Condo That Nails the Monochrome Trend

35 Black Room Decorating Ideas – How to Use Black Wall Paint & Decor

Tour an All-White NYC Condo That Nails the Monochrome Trend

Simon Upton

If you're on the hunt for a hue that can elevate your space in an instant, look no further than black. Black wall paint and decor can invigorate just about any room, from a cozy library to a spacious kitchen.

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Black Bedroom

Black walls make a statement in the bedroom of a Washington, D.C., apartment, while French white oak floors help soften the room. The white sateen bedding is from Tribute Goods and the muted artwork is from Tennessee-based landscape artist Megan Lightell.

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Black Dining Room

In lighting designer Lindsey Adelman's Park Slope home, the walls are painted in Midnight by Benjamin Moore.

To complete the space, a BDDW dining table is paired with vintage Hans Wegner side chairs and a Saarinen chair in a Jim Thompson fabric.

The Drop System chandelier is by Adelman, the candlesticks are by Ted Muehling for E.R. Butler & Co., the parquet flooring is original to the house, and the artwork is by Jared Rue.

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Black Bathroom

For a bathroom in a condo in New York's Lower East Side neighborhood, Homepolish designer Jae Joo opted for black marble and a smoked mirror ceiling to create a moody vibe.

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Black Breakfast Area

For a breakfast nook in a modern Texas home, Nina Magon and her team opted for a custom-stained black wood design that a carpenter built piece by piece. The inside of the niche was covered in grey tufting for an inviting touch.

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Black Bedroom

The master bedroom of Alisa Bloom's 1920s Chicago penthouse features walls are sheathed in a Holland & Sherry fabric. The B&B Italia bed is in a Holland & Sherry wool, the desk is by Lucien Rollin, and the chair is by Oscar de la Renta for Century. A 1940s console that purchased in Paris along with unsigned artwork from Redefined Chicago complete the space.

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Black Bathroom

In the master bath of an Art Deco pad in Chicago, the Waterworks tub has fittings by Barber Wilsons & Co., the circa-1905 Viennese stool by Julius and Josef Herrmann is from Bernd Goeckler, and the room is sheathed in Calacatta Capri, Grigio Carnico, and Belgian Black marbles; the abstract plaster sculpture is unsigned and from the 20th century.

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Black-and-Gold Bathroom

In the master bath of this Madrid home, custom-made moldings of carved walnut, steel, and silver leaf replicate an original motif in the Art Deco apartment building. The sink is custom-made, and the towel rack and shower and sink fittings are by Devon & Devon.

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Black Natural Living Room

In a remote New Zealand surf town, architects Lance and Nicola Herbst tucked a spacious weekend retreat amid a lush grove of exotic trees.

In the living area of the house, designed in its entirety by the couple, the sofa is a custom design, and the fireplace by Masport Heating is set in a custom-made steel cabinet; the pendant light is by Secto Design and the walls are sheathed in black-stained western red cedar.

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Black, Patterned Bedroom

In the compact guest bedroom of a London townhouse, hotelier and designer Kit Kemp used a black-and-white Brunschwig & Fils toile de Jouy for the walls, canopy, pillows and bedding, adding texture while maintain a clean, monochromatic color scheme. The artwork is by Dick Bixby, and the faux-shagreen table is Kemp's own design.

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Black Bedroom

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Black Sitting Room

This Tuxedo Park, New York home takes a serious design risk by pairing chic black walls and floors with a brown 1970s leather sofa and matching chairs by Gerard van den Berg. The result? A gorgeous blend of refined and eclectic.

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Black Library

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Black Master Bathroom

In a 19th-century Federal home in New York, the master bath's tub, sink, fittings, and black limestone flooring are by Waterworks. The sconces are by Vaughan, the kilim is from West Elm, and the artworks were purchased in London and Paris.

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Black Terrace

French garden chairs surround an antique Belgian oak table on the terrace of a historic San Francisco home designed by Ken Fulk. The lanterns are by Bevolo, and the lead planters are custom designs.

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Black Laundry Room

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Black Dining Room

A riad in Marrakech, uses black floors as a base for eclectic interior design. The dining room chairs (inspired by Gerrit Rietveld) and table are by maisonLAB, and the series of gouaches is by Raffone.

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Black Entryway

This Pacific Palisades home owned by designer Alison Palevsky gives California cool a contemporary vibe with the airy entryway that features black wood floors, a custom door, and resin work above by Ron Reihel.

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Black Dining Nook

In the black dining room of Federico de Vera's Manhattan apartment, the steel-top table is by Gregor Jenkin, a 19th-­century Louis XV–style chair is upholstered in a Richard Saja embroidered toile de Jouy, and the chair on the left is in the style of Gerrit Rietveld; the cabinetry and countertops are by Armani/Casa, and the cooktop is by Miele.

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Black Kitchen

Matte paint finishes off a black kitchen and dining room in a Los Angeles apartment and dining room designed by antiques dealer and interior designer Lee Stanto. The French pendant lights are from the 1890s.

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Black Kitchen

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