This painting of layered vases adds pops of color to the black and white background. The clean line of the vases add a contrast to the smooth movement of the marbled wallpaper. The silver picture frame blends in with the room allowing the painting to shine.
Black and white have long been the go-to color combination in Scandinavian circles. Whether it’s a cluster of picture frames, an oversized light fixture or even something as simple as a planter. Black acts as a neutral and has an excellent grounding quality in all white spaces.
A closer look at the top of the dresser reveals a chic black-and-white lamp, picture frame and jewelry stand. Though their colors complement the youthful butterfly wallpaper, these accents will easily grow with the girls as they enter their teen years.
A gold-rimmed tray can transition black and gold decor from holiday to holiday. Use trays with a mirror as the base, as in this display, or DIY trays made out of items such as old picture frames. Then you can add in metallic accessories, like napkins, gold-dot LED votives and succulents in gold pots, to complete the look.
This black home office was originally an enclosed porch with no electricity or air conditioning. Picture frame molding was added to the walls, and pocket doors replaced the previous room's swinging doors. A fun pendant fixture from Terrain throws interesting patterns on the wall at night.
White sofas, simple plantation shutters and a neutral coffee table set the stage for a dramatic black chandelier and zebra print rug. The soft purple wall color is balanced by small subtle accessories, like the picture frame and books.
A closer look at the living room's built-in bookshelves reveals an eclectic mix of metallic and neutral accents. Small pictures frames and colorful canvases decorate the space and add a touch of personality.
A creamy oversized chaise paired with rust-colored throw pillows provides the ultimate in comfort at the home theater of HGTV Dream Home 2010. Artwork is limited to black-and-white photography of the local landscape. Pictures, taken by carpenter David Brown, were printed and framed locally – a smart-chic way to dress the warm cork walls.
A nature-inspired combination of cream, light olive, ice blue and pink produces a lovely and inviting living room. The ornate picture frame is the room's focal point and brings a touch of old-world charm to the space. The black lampshade and side chair provide a "pop" of strong color against the light blue walls and soft colors of the room.