Glamorous Moroccan Themed Office With Black and White Wallpaper
Bold, black and white wallpaper covers the walls of this stylish office. A gold pendant light hangs above an acrylic black desk, giving the space a Moroccan feel. A white and black carpet sits atop hardwood floors, while black beadboard trims the walls.
Art Decor Macaron Bakery With Dimensional Ceiling, Brass Chandelier, Crescent Counter and Black and White Floor
Ornate decorative moldings adorn the walls and ceiling and are complemented with black paint and gold accents. The ceiling is a standout feature which consists of multiple elevations of diamond-shapes designed to draw the eye to the center of the ceiling where an oversized brass chandelier resides. A crescent-shaped macaron bar adds visual interest and additional counter space. The back wall features handsome antique mirrors to serve as the backdrop to the Macaron by Patisse signage embellished with brass-trimmed shelves designed for additional storage and showcasing macaron towers.
Tin ceiling tiles and a wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist offer an urban feel to Bobalicious, a tea and juice bar in San Diego, Calif. Red Tolix-inspired dining chairs offer a bright pop of color, playing on the fun vibe.
Juice Bar Features Urban-Meets-Traditional Decor in Black and White
White tufted booth seating offers a foil to both the color and style of the black-and-gray wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist at this San Diego juice bar. Red industrial chairs and a small yellow planter offer fun pops of color.
The owner wanted to incorporate her own art into her overall theme throughout Found boutique. Her unique style is represented through the watercolor art and fabulous geometric wallpaper. She also wanted to incorporate her love of pattern and gold, so she used a Lucite and brass bench that has a faux serpent fabric.
Tea Bar Features Black, Gray and White Design by Graffiti Artist
Rather than use wallpaper to achieve a patterned effect in this San Diego tea and juice bar, designer Corrine Maggio hired a graffiti artist to paint a black-and-charcoal design and tag the wall with the bar's name.