A white paper lantern acts as a bedside lamp in this bedroom decorated in brown and black tones. A playful cowhide stool is a fun—and surprising—counterpart to the room's black, white and brown diamond-patterned wallpaper.
The tabletop items continue this workspace's trim black and white palette, even down to the pencils. Boxes are great for holding smaller or less attractive office supplies, like paper clips, staples, and paper. Lamp from Circa Lighting; desk by Global Views; stool by Arteriors
Bold black and white wallpaper creates a dynamic focal point in this light-filled bedroom. Hung on just one wall, the wallpaper draws attention to the bed without overpowering the otherwise white-walled space. A vivid yellow headboard holds its own against the paper's strong pattern.
When covered with a simple slipcover, a basic wooden headboard becomes an eye-catching design statement. In this bedroom, a bold black-and-white pattern adds modern appeal to a cottage-style space, furnished with a distressed white side table and a paper wreath.
Three stuffed penguins stand guard over a pile of holiday gifts. The black-and-white of the penguins and wrapping paper is broken up with bright pops of red, green and pink -- a fun twist on festive colors.
A lush, green chaise and the ceiling's hand-painted paper finish add to the look of luxury in the En Vogue Salon at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The mix of deep green, black, white and gold are a nod to art deco glamour.
“The black glasses were my grandmother's and the inspiration to go with more non-traditional colors,” says Corey Willis of Hey There, Home. The clever design uses houndstooth wrapping paper in place of a table cloth, keeping cost—and laundry!—to a minimum. “The black-and-white paper made for the perfect backdrop for the pops of color I added by simply filling vases with inexpensive ball ornaments in fun colors.”
This east-facing morning room makes a stylish impression with its imaginative mix of blacks and whites. As a nod to the owners’ love for travel and storytelling, an Ingo Maurer fixture features 40 phrases in multiple languages scribbled upon squares of Japanese rice paper.