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Trending: All Things Black and White



Elegant, bold, or downright penguin-y, the contrast of black and white is to interior design what the little black dress is to a woman's wardrobea constantly updated classic that works just about everywhere.

(above) Lace Concrete Tile by Sabine Hill $30-$40 per square foot, Decorative Materials, Denver

Zahra Table Lamp $119, Crate and Barrel

Lola Tray, Made Goods

Lind Cocktail Ottoman $799, 36x36, Room and Board

Pauline Bergere Armchair $4,061, Grange

Artwork from Docutones series, Mitch Jones

Caspian Side TableMade Goods

African Khwai Pillow $90, HW Home

Padma Desk $1,980, includes patterned bone inlay and stainless steel base, HW Home 

Sumi Wallpaper in Linen/Onyx by Harlequin price on request, John Brooks, DDD

Statewood Armless Chair price on request, Century Furniture, DDD 

Tulu Afghanistan Rug made with Angora goat hair $5,400, 8’ x 10’, Shaver Ramsey, Denver

Parker Floor Lamp in bronze $750, also available in nickel, Jonathan Adler, Denver

Deco d’Antan Blanc Noir Patchwork Porcelain Tile $20 per square foot, Decorative Materials, Denver

Artwork from Scrolls series, Tracey Adams

Janson Coffee Table $3,300, Made Goods

Pebbles All Over Bowl by Rita Vali $88, made to order in Louisville, ritavali.com

Quinn Outdoor Plaid Rug $599 (5’ x 8’) $699 (6’ x 9’), Arhaus, Denver

Wells Leather Wing Chair by Lexington Home $2,779-$6,729 depending on leather and fabric, Colorado Style Home Furnishings, Highlands Ranch

Scope Rug $329, graphic by Brooklyn-based artist Brian Farrell, CB2

Tokyo Pepper and Salt Mills, Peugeot Saveurs

Önskedröm Cushion in black and white bird print $4.99, IKEA, Centennial

Herringbone Drawer Chest by Bernhardt Interiors $2,970, includes patterned bone inlay and four drawers, Colorado Style Home Furnishings, Highlands Ranch

Khalessi Table Lamp by Currey & Company $940, Slifer Designs, Edwards

Pacific Coral linen fabric, Tony Duquette / Jim Thompson, Schroeder Inc.

 

See also: Hilary Robertson's Monochrome Home

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