Dipped in Midnight: Monochromatic Rooms

Dark and dramatic, rich and striking, midnight black works in every room and in every way. Everyone knows that you simply cannot go wrong when you use black, whether in fashion or interior design. But did you know that you can also dip an entire room in midnight and still get something slick and stylish out of it? Let’s take a peek!

1. Eclectic, Unique.

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Even if you have a small space, you can take the room to a new level with a bout of black. Use eclectic pieces and great furniture pieces to liven up the texture and keep a dramatic delight mixed inside.

2. Designer, Feminine.

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Although black isn’t the most traditional or girlish of shades, that doesn’t mean you can’t create a homey space with it. Use welcoming pieces and a few floral prints for a feminine touch to your living room.

3. Youthful, Textured.

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Use different textures and trendy accents to create a bedroom that’s completely hipster and completely bold. Black adds a touch of class to any space, even when you’re creating something so youthful.

4. Sophisticated, Spirited.

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If you don’t want anything too harsh on the eyes, especially for your home office, try adding just a few touched of navy and charcoal to suppress the midnight tone. You’ll still have a fashion-forward room with a touch of subtly.

5. Chic, Posh.

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Shiny and black, your hallways can be coated with chic and dark paint making a posh guidance to all the rooms of your house. Add some white for a timeless, classic look.

6. Modern, Contemporary.

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If you’ve got the space, utilize it. Black is the quintessential peek of modern style. Dress your room in midnight and watch it transform into something rich with contemporary vibes.

7. Couture, Victorian.

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Your dining room could easily be dipped in midnight too, especially if you’re lucky enough to have a space that gets a lot of natural lighting. The big windows give the illusion of more space and black becomes incredible powerful and glowing.

8. Slick, Clean.

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If you want a kitchen that always look clean and slick, try black on for size. If you have a very small space, then be wary of covering every part in this dark color, but if you have something more roomy, it’ll look contrasting, interesting and incredibly stylish.