As it’s turning cold outside at an alarming rate with the approach of winter, one might never consider taking the interior of their home to a dark place. Dark interiors offer a sense of unique and interesting design, dynamic visuals, and a somber, mysterious mood. It might seem more viable in larger homes and interiors, even in smaller homes and rooms. This is definitely possible with the right approach.
Get Your House Stunning With 6 Dark Industrial Nuance
Making a dark home design feel comfortable and accessible requires careful attention to lighting, composition, and contrast. You may need these considerations even the most well-intentioned black walls or grey floors could quickly become overbearing.
1. Dark Wood Industrial
Why not extend wood to the walls and ceiling and choose black wall finishes for an ultimate eco-friendly interior? The combination of both will surely make your house feel warm. You can decorate the room with some hanging plants. An additional unique chair can be a great combination too for the TV room.
2. Pitch Black Dining Room
Pitch black rooms are not a common idea in interior design, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t possible. This dining room set is fantastic with a simple hanging industrial lighting. Even the wall combine with white, the dining table, and chairs adopt the dark industrial components.
3. Unique Lighting In Dark Living Room
Of course, you will need some light in dark and moody rooms. Make sure you take the time to choose a unique and interesting light fixture and make it the focal point of the room. Stunning white couch will perfectly great in the middle of the dark wall and unique lightning for this living room. You can put a small rug in a certain corner of this room.
4. Dark Palletes in Bathroom
Large-scale slate tiles are great for bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms. Make sure to pair your slate with rustic wood or light-colored accessories, like seen here, for the perfect look. With various materials of furniture in this bathroom, the dark bathroom does not look dark as it seems.
5. Dark Grey Kitchen
A kitchen like this is possible, as long as you have the natural light to support it. Even without large-scale, floor-to-ceiling windows, it’s possible to achieve this look by installing skylights.
6. Dark Elegance Bedroom
Can you possibly imagine a better bedroom than one that promotes healthy sleep patterns and allows you to look up at the stars every night? With a calm atmosphere in the dark bedroom, will give you the best sleep quality ever night. Combine this dark bedroom with bulb lightning and scandinavian rug.