Black and white curtains in the living room by Elena Calabrese from Design Décor
Black and white duet is something that will never go out of fashion, and in any room will look stylish and elegant. As they say, this is no longer a secret, but a banal truth.
However, the design world is endless and bright, and with each new day more and more interesting ideas and unusual variations on the theme “Black and White” appear. The Museum of Design offers its visitors to see this for themselves with the example of the design of curtains.
To begin with, designers are advised to decide on the furniture, the type of flooring, the overall color scheme in the interior. For example, if beige-brown tones prevail in the setting, then, unequivocally, black-and-white curtains will not look.
The illustrations below will help you choose the right direction.
Maximum contrast in the living room style from Design Loft Interiors
Black and white wide stripes on curtains look original. Pay attention to the design of the room.
Bright pink color, glass table, candelabrum, photos in retro style finely combined with selected curtains. Effective, elegant and dignified.
Pastel colors combined with black and white, Nichole style by Loiacono Design
Long black and white curtains in the living room by Emily Elizabeth Interior Design
White flowers on a black background – a great idea for a cabinet from Sarah Greenman
Infrequently, you can hear something interesting and uncommon. But not now: decorators share their tricks. Hang black and white curtains, alternately alternating them.
There will be something like “zebra”.
Expressive enough, isn’t it? Try using this mix in decorative pillows on the bed, and then your bedroom will really be unique.
Black and white curtains in the bathroom, design by Tobi Farley
Black flowers on a white background – a picturesque bedroom from the photographer Segev
Original look such curtains with geometric patterns. They will decorate the interior in any home.
To be honest, the classics are classics, it touches and delights in any case.
No matter what mood prevails in the room, ultramodern or traditional, avant-garde or more simple, no complaints. Black and white curtains will be the highlight that will surely attract attention.
Two-tone geometry in the nursery, style from Harry Braswell
Contrast in various accessories, design by The Yellow Cape Cod