How To Incorporate Dark Tones In Your Home Interior

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If you want to renovate your home with the latest trend, then dark tones are a great choice. The dark interior is in trend and looks beautiful as well. You can mix and match dark colours with light shades to create a perfect space for you.

Dark walls and saturated hues can give a dramatic flair to your room. Whether you’re looking for a complete remodeling of your home or want a makeover for rooms, dark hues can do wonders.

1. Dark Gray Natural Stone Wall In Living Space

How To Incorporate Dark Tones In Your Home Interior

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The living room is the most common space to use a dark colour that matches upholstery, drapes, and other elements. To create a unique interior, choose dark gray for a feature wall in the family room. For the more beautiful impact of dark tone, try to select a stone looking gray wall tiles.

Further, you can add more interest in living space with designer wall tiles in gray and black that you can use on the sidewall.

2. Dark Cupboards And Headboard In Bedroom

How To Incorporate Dark Tones In Your Home Interior

 

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The bedroom is again a great space to add dark tones. Using dark shades like gray or black in the bedroom makes the area look cozy as well as attractive. The black cupboards and dark headboard is a great way to make a room look trendier.

Further, for cupboards, you can choose a unique design to make space look attractive. For example, the white border on the doors of cupboards looks amazing. Keep the floor and ceiling white to maintain a perfect contrast between black and white in the room.

3. Exposed Brick Wall And Floor To Ceiling Storage Unit In Black

How To Incorporate Dark Tones In Your Home Interior

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Floor to ceiling storage unit made from black colour is also a great idea to add dark tones in the home. For the study room, you can choose this design as it allows you to store your books and other essential documents. Also, you can use some shelves of the storage unit to display toys and decorative as well.

You can go for an exposed brick wall against the study table to add more interest to your room. Further, dark wooden flooring is also a great way to add another dark tone in the room.

4. Creatively Use Wood To Create Dark Interior

How To Incorporate Dark Tones In Your Home Interior

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No matter how old or new your home is, wood will transform the home in a better way. Plus, it is the best natural material that you can use to incorporate dark tones in your interior. You can cover the entire living room with different textures of wood.

For example, choose slatted wood for the wall behind upholstery. However, use dark wood for the TV unit. For the floor, select light wooden tiles that complement the slatted wooden wall. But, keep the ceiling white to increase the beauty of your family room. Take the idea from the above image.

 

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