Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration


We spoke a lot about black color in the interior on the whole and particular elements, furniture (sofa or a dining set) and in different rooms (bathroom, dining room, etc.) And we already know that black almost never used alone, but its combinations with white is a massive option to add solidity to the interior. Black is an often guest in modern homes and its popularity increases despite the common opinion of its depressivity. But of course, it is not added in pure, it is usually some tint of black. Moreover, in most rooms with proper lighting, it even adds moderation and nobility. So, we will get some more ideas on how to apply black accent wall living room decoration when remodeling your biggest room.

Content:

  1. Why Choose Black?
  2. Black Accent Wall in Classic Living Room
  3. Modern Interior with Black Wall
  4. Don’t Change Your Mind

Scandinavian styled room with wooden imitating dark wall tile and soft light furniture

Why Black Wall?

The lounge room often needs clear accent in order to set you and your friends to the festive mood or relaxation. This can be bright furniture, picture, unusual coffee table or rug, the combination of colors or decorations, etc. But one of the most unobvious and at the same time effective options is to make the living room black and white by adding the black accent wall.

Stunning ultramodern minimalistic designed living room with whitewashed wall and black accent opposite wall

This decoration method is not new and has been used for a long time until today. However, the non-falling interest in this color combination speaks for itself. And the easiest way to introduce black into the interior is to make the accent black wall. It can be just one wall or even its fragment, or entire walls of the living room. You can add black to the room though:

All-black walls for fusion styled room with light parquet

Classic Style Living Room with Black Wall

We will conditionally divide all the interiors into Classic and Modern. Both of the approaches have lots of fans and followers, so we will not try to denote the differences. Instead, we just can enjoy great examples of design masterpieces that can inspire us to repeat something similar in our own homes.

White coffered ceiling for spacious Classic designed room with beige furniture and black accent wall

The accent wall should not be just an area colored in black. In many cases, it is a functional zone with the fireplace or TV, shelving, picture or any other decorative element. Vintage style designed rooms with the fireplace and bookshelf can boast of special charm.

Black central functional wall with metal furnace for the living room with large bookshelf Cozy designed library with yellow toned furniture and central functional wall with built-in fireplace and TV-set

To enforce the accentual effect of the black wall, it would be great to fill the room with extra brightness. Light warm colors would be a great addition to the black leitmotif. Moreover, they can play their own party in the whole ensemble of the interior. Green, red, yellow and their tints will become a reasonable investment to the room in correct proportions.

Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Yellow and black interior color combination in vintage interiorGreen sofa and fluffy carpeting for unusually homey living room interior with Classic decorated fireplaceBreaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Vintage shabby chic designed room with artificial fireplace and picture decoration

Cold palette colors as blue shades also can revive the interior. But their addition should be controlled. We recommend adding blue tints with furniture or decorative elements that can be quickly removed are altered.

White classic furniture, plexiglass red table for unusual American styled living room with black accent wall Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Dark impressionistic picture, zebra rug and soft furniture

The black accent wall in the living room can be both solid or separate zone built up with wall panels or drywall. Both options look great in spacious negotiation rooms or libraries.

Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Classic interior design with light furniture and dark walls Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Classic room with hvac system, crystal chandelier and panels on the accent wall

Modern Style Living Room with Black Wall Accent

Contrasting modern interiors are very popular. In addition, a high level of natural lighting in such rooms is a must. So, we can surely use black accents to underline this or another zone or a whole wall. The black will not look dull or flashy.

Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Panoramic window, black functional wall and white angular sofa for modern spaceBreaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. Eco interior design with huge window, crisp lines and contrasting color palette

Do not Change Your Mind

This article is in no case a vindication of using black color at home. We just tried to show how relevant it might be in the modern living room. But, of course, the last word will be yours. And if you didn’t plan to add black accents, you shouldn’t. It is just one of the possible options that can be safely omitted. However, if you considered having the black accent wall in the living room, so we hope this collection of successful interiors is just another reason to cement your decision.

Breaking Stereotypes with Black Accent Wall Living Room Decoration. White designed room with carpet and golden chandelier

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