Black and White Decor Trends for the Bedroom
1. A Color-Balancing Accent ChairIn a small, mostly black and white space, add a pop of color – without going overboard – by opting for just one statement piece in a bold attention-grabbing hue.
2. Just Black + White
Is your style more 'all black-and-white, all the time'? Play to it while keeping a refreshed, chic look by incorporating unexpected designs. Pictured above, the all-black 'starburst' wall decorations create visual height, while defining an otherwise boring wall space.
3. Silver Linings
Keep 'black-and-white' playful and inspired with a touch of shine.
4. Dreamy Designs
The ambient grey walls, geometric table lamps and abstract art give this black and white bedroom a moody, almost surrealistic aesthetic.
No accessories? No problem – as proved by the fresh, crisp aesthetic in the minimalist white dresser pictured above.
6. Black Bedroom Chair + Black and White Rug
7. Just the Bed
8. Hints of Blue
9. An Iron Base
10. Negative Space
11. Soften + Distress
Give 'black and white' a relaxed vibe with cozy upholstery and tarnished metallic décor.
12. Black, White and Mod All Over
13. Tribal Accents
14. Seeing Red
The thin red stripes on the white bedspread (above)give black and white a jolt of energy.
15. Pops of Pattern
Pattern is the new color – incorporate it in your throw pillows to bring a black and white bedroom to life.
16. Shine On
Why is black so elegant? Perhaps because it never asks for anything – it just gives. It gives a crisp backdrop to make other colors pop. It gives its versatility, making it easy to match with virtually every color out there. And it gives its depth – an infinite, rich depth that one could just swim in. Perhaps it’s all of these things, or perhaps it’s none, and the mystery of why black (and white) decor remains so timeless will remain just that: a mystery. Either way, we’re head over heels!
Which Colors Go with Black and White?
The short answer? All of them! Black and white is such a classic, versatile color combo, you really can't go wrong when introducing another hue into the mix. Remember, though, that the fewer colors that do go into the mix, the better, so stick to one or two 'pops' of colorful accents to invite – without overpowering or clashing – a dash of energy and life into an all black and white space.