Jean Louis Deniot design
The color black in Interiors can elevate the most simple space to a more elegant and austere one. There is probably no other color as classic as black and it never goes out of style especially when use in contrast with lighter colors. The competence of the color black has been forever a favorite of many well renowned designers and it has been a permanent and constant choice in interiors as well as in fashion. No wonder black is well known as Cristobal Balenciaga’s preferred color as it’s demonstrated by the exhibition ‘Balenciaga, L’Ouvre ou Noir’ (All in Black) taking place at Palais Galliera in Paris now. It’s neutrality provides the flexibility of being paired with almost any other hue in the rainbow. I love it in the first image below where the paneling is painted a light gray. Either employed as a simple accent such as a decorative object or for covering all the walls in a room the effect of black in interiors is strictly elegant and timeless.
Entry way via Architectural Digest. Can you picture a colorful sideboard here instead? Neither can I.
The Louis XVI looking chairs are painted black bringing out the black on the ceiling pendant and art.
Love the contrast of the black freestanding tub against the marble wall. Design by Alessandra Branca
Black bookcases in this space enhances the mood of the room.
A bold and modern entryway by Kelli Wilde and Laurent Champeau.
Jacques Grange loves to incorporate small doses of black.
A black Herve Van Der Streaten mirror, black steel settee, black doors and black sculpture at a Jean Louis Deniot design.
Albert Hadley made constant use of black in his beautiful interiors.
Marie Chantal Miller London’s home. I recently read in a book that this floor was landmarked. Is it cheating if I copy them?