This black and white basement bar area features black herringbone tile walls, white upholstered tabletop bar stools, a round cafe table with black chairs and sectional seating, a white drum shade pendant light, and white floating shelves.
A red front door makes a powerful first impression: eye-catching and exciting both outdoors and in. This one is warmed up by a slight pinkish tinge. It's a fun combination with the foyer's black-and-white vertical stripes.
Stored Toys Double as Fun Decor in Casual Kids Room
Toy storage is kept easy and casual in this kids' room. Cubbies located at floor level make it easy for kids to put away their own toys when through with them, while higher shelves provide a spot to store things out of reach while allowing them to contribute to the fun style of the room.
The rug in this tidy dining room is the absolute star of the space. The mud cloth pattern seen throughout this home is repeated on the small planter at the center of the table. On the wall, a set of floating shelves highlight a curated selection of decorative objects. The divided colors of the shelves mirror the bifurcated tones of the wall itself, for an even more eye-catching moment.
Although this entryway is small, it has personality to spare. The side wall covered with a topiary-print, crisp white door and white trim are highlighted by a saturated navy paint. The mix of dark and light tones add depth, tricking the eye to thinking the foyer feel much larger.
Black and White Foyer Sets Elegant Statement in Home's Entry
In the foyer, black and white zebra striped benches and black and white art illuminated by black sconces help to create a statement when guest first enter the home, setting the tone for the rest of the home's spaces.