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Black is the New Black!

Black is the New Black!

Did you know before even being able to see red, blue and green colors, humans were able to see black and white and distinguish dark and light?

                                                                

Black and White are essential for all colors we can see! By adding or subtracting black from any hue on the color wheel we can give depth to it.

                      

Black is a great partner to almost any color. It makes other colors appear brighter. Even very dark colors can work well with black when texture differentiates them. Used with white it provides great contrast.

                                      

Black has stood the test of time. Using black in product design is almost a sure way for increasing the perceived value.

                                            

Black is a color that is easy on the eyes. You can use it to balance out bright component that might become overwhelming.

                                             

Black is a great color for highlighting key components in compositions. It is great for giving depth to your designs. It can make them feel more polished and sophisticated.

Hear it directly from the designers themselves below and they express Black in their Designs.

A tiny line of black absolute granite at the base of a wall is like the perfect eyeliner.” —Lauren Rottet

“Black lacquered doors are the epitome of chic.” —Ron Woodson

“A black drapery rod is a classic touch that works in any room. The strong horizontal line adds volume and height to the windows, as well as a touch of masculinity and drama to the space.”

Jeff Andrews

“It’s dramatic. I’m currently doing an apartment with a balance of black and white walls — the black walls recede and dissolve and create the impression that the white walls are floating.”

David Mann

“Some black in a traditional space can introduce a younger, more modern point of view. I recently took a gilded Louis XVI chair and upholstered it in black pony skin, a bit of a surprise on what would normally be a very classic chair.” —Brian Gluckstein

 

Black and White are essential for all colors we can see! By adding or subtracting black from any hue on the color wheel we can give depth to it.

                      

Black is a great partner to almost any color. It makes other colors appear brighter. Even very dark colors can work well with black when texture differentiates them. Used with white it provides great contrast.

                                      

Black has stood the test of time. Using black in product design is almost a sure way for increasing the perceived value.

                                            

Black is a color that is easy on the eyes. You can use it to balance out bright component that might become overwhelming.

                                             

Black is a great color for highlighting key components in compositions. It is great for giving depth to your designs. It can make them feel more polished and sophisticated.

Hear it directly from the designers themselves below and they express Black in their Designs.

A tiny line of black absolute granite at the base of a wall is like the perfect eyeliner.” —Lauren Rottet

“Black lacquered doors are the epitome of chic.” —Ron Woodson

“A black drapery rod is a classic touch that works in any room. The strong horizontal line adds volume and height to the windows, as well as a touch of masculinity and drama to the space.”

Jeff Andrews

“It’s dramatic. I’m currently doing an apartment with a balance of black and white walls — the black walls recede and dissolve and create the impression that the white walls are floating.”

David Mann

“Some black in a traditional space can introduce a younger, more modern point of view. I recently took a gilded Louis XVI chair and upholstered it in black pony skin, a bit of a surprise on what would normally be a very classic chair.” —Brian Gluckstein

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