black kitchen walls

Black Kitchen Walls

By Amy Preiser and Kelsey Kloss Sep 30, 2016 Black invigorates a room with its grand aptitude for making a statement. View Gallery 21 Photos 1 of 21 2 of 21 3 of 21 4 of 21 5 of 21 6 of 21 7 of 21 8 of 21 9 of 21 10 of 21 11 of 21 12 of 21 13 of 21 14 of 21 15 of 21 16 of 21 17 of 21 18 of 21 19 of 21 20 of 21 21 of 21 1 of 21 In his Manhattan apartment, fashion designer Gilles Mendel chose jet-black paint for the walls and floor of the dining room. A Saarinen Tulip table by Knoll adds a glossy touch to the space, while Leleu-style armchairs and photographs by Nereo and Günter Siever add a graphic punch. William Waldron 2 of 21 Decorator Nate Berkus mixes abstract art with classic old-world furnishings in the ebony dining room of a Chicago apartment. The Louis XV–style table is by Dessin Fournir, the painting is by Dan Christensen and the vintage steel sculpture is from Pavilion Antiques. Thibault Jeanson 3 of 21 Lacquered walls bring polish to the library of cosmetics executive Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer’s Long Island home. The dark palette is enlivened with a Chip Hooper photograph, a floor lamp by Serge Mouille and a graphic patterned carpet by AM Collections. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 21 The vibrant designs of shoe designer Brian Atwood pop against the midnight walls and floors of the studio in the same building as his Milan apartment, which was decorated by Nate Berkus. By painting the ceiling white, Berkus kept the space looking anything but dreary. Simon Upton 5 of 21 Black doesn’t have to be limited to walls — the color dresses up the cupboards of a kitchen in a New York City penthouse. The room, which features walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pink Mix, merges country-elegant touches with industrial-looking appliances, including a Blue Star range, a Best hood and a GE Monogram microwave. William Waldron Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 21 The library in the Kentucky home of fashion designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka has an inviting old-world look, with shelves studded with antlers from European hunting lodges and trophies found at flea markets and on eBay. Antique Windsor chairs surround a table set with Hermès china and napkins by Leontine Linens. Roger Davies Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 21 This black kitchen belonging to hostess Rena Abboud is the perfect backdrop for luxurious evening socializing with its elegant brushed-metal island. The stools are Lamboro and the pendant lights are Eichholtz. Simon Upton 8 of 21 The sophisticated master bedroom of an apartment on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue features blue-chip black-and-white photographs displayed salon style on an inky wall, in addition to appropriately moody bedding. The vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg chair provides a splash of color. William Abranowicz 9 of 21 In Marco Scarani and Jamie Creel’s Paris apartment, the library’s sofa and armchairs are by Jansen, the Chinese black-lacquer cocktail table is vintage and the pillows are covered in a Le Manach velvet. Roger Davies Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 21 In the black living room of Federico de Vera’s Manhattan apartment, 19th-century European portraits mix with contemporary paintings. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Black. The circa-1810 iron campaign bed is French, the throw is made from antique Uzbek ikat fragments and the 1930s Japanese lacquered cocktail table holds Sèvres porcelain and Wedgwood candlesticks. William Waldron Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 21 In an entry hall designed by Kelly Wearstler, the light fixture is vintage, and the stone sculpture is from JF Chen; the walls are painted in Glidden’s Onyx Black, the floor is patterned with three different marbles and on the ceiling is a wall covering by SJW Studios. William Waldron 12 of 21 Matte paint finishes off a black kitchen and dining room in a Los Angeles apartment and dining room designed by antiques dealer and interior designer Lee Stanto. The French pendant lights are from the 1890s. Björn Wallander Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 21 In the library of a Chicago apartment designed by Eric Ceputis, fireproof black porcelain tiles line the floor and a nook behind a suspended fireplace. Nathan Kirkman 14 of 21 In Jackie Astier’s Manhattan dining room, a 19th-century French chandelier hangs above a dining table made from a pair of ’70s brass bases found on eBay. The walls were painted with 10 coats of custom lacquer. The ’40s French dining chairs are upholstered in a Lelièvre velvet, the shades are of a Lee Jofa silk and the rug is by The Rug Company. Eric Piasecki 15 of 21 In a bold Manhattan apartment belonging to designer George Nunno, the black kitchen’s custom cabinetry is ebonized oak topped with Nero Marquina marble. The Milo Maugham barstools were found on eBay; the iron sculpture was discovered at a Paris flea market. Richard Powers Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 21 This modern Hamptons potato farm barn features dramatic cabinetry of blackened perforated steel, designed by the architectural firm Bates Masi + Architects. William Abranowicz 17 of 21 In this striking bathroom in a Manhattan apartment belonging to decorator Katie Rheinstein Brodsky, the black sink is from Urban Archaeology, with fittings by Waterworks. The cabinets are black glass with brass trim, the walls are clad in Saint Laurent marble and the flooring is limestone. Simon Upton 18 of 21 The black kitchen in this Lake Tahoe home features cabinetry by Bulthaup, an oven is by Miele, and a sink by Blanco with Dornbracht fittings. The countertop is quartzite and the custom-made stools are covered in an Edelman leather. Björn Wallander Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 21 In the living room of a Chicago apartment designed by Eric Ceputis, a black vintage Gio Ponti daybed stands in striking contrast to a sofa by Vladimir Kagan and an Angelo Mangiarotti cocktail table. Nathan Kirkman 20 of 21 This masculine Madrid kitchen, which features custom black lacquered cabinetry throughout, was is in the Spanish home of designer Lorenzo Castillo. Striking antiques, such as a XVI marble-top table and 1970s Italian chairs, accent the moody space. 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Black Kitchen Walls

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Black Kitchen Walls

Black Kitchen Walls
Black Kitchen Walls
Black Kitchen Walls
Black Kitchen Walls
Black Kitchen Walls

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