Who says home decorated in exclusively black and white combination has to be minimalist? Even without a vibrant and rich colors, there are many other ways to show creativity and individuality through decor. Three home in our article exploited and its monochromatic color theme with an abundance of art, ranging from a fine image, the pop art graphics and impressive sculptures. If you are a collector of creative objects, or you want to expand your current collection, these homes will encourage interesting ideas for displaying works of art that you love. Let's see! The first home of Boom Project is located in Odessa in Ukraine.Great first impression makes watercolor entire length of the sofa, which cross the room and combines black and white palette of the interior. Steel wooden table and shelves create a wall between the living room and kitchen.
On the shelves there is a small, sunny garden, and even gaps offer space for decoration including deplorable fig tree and a series of hanging lamps. It is easy to notice that this home is not minimalist. It's not just a construction project, it is intended for the enjoyment of – every room gets its energy from the subjects of life and living. The long lines of black material hides recessed light stripes, enhancing contrast lighter concrete walls.The gallery lighting is a new trend, but here actually serves its purpose – illuminate the ranks of pop art prints on both sides. On a low shelf on the left are intriguing black and white photographs, in keeping with the theme of interior decor. Small home is surprisingly bright, despite his dark decor, thanks to large windows and a bright, white walls and ceilings.
A simple palette of interior gives a sort of blank canvas, which works of art placed in the spotlight. Light gray worktops and wall panel appear to emanate opposite matte black cabinets in the kitchen. The mirror reflects light back into the kitchen, and the rooms look larger.The wooden strip on the right side of a creative touch, which is simply a copy in his own interior design. Another contrast apartment concept of Boom Project – a little a minimal than the last, but still quite homey and decorative. This apartment moderate use of wood elements and shows stronger black and white rather than grayscale. Artistic elements on the shelf include symmetrical vases, colorful boxes, geometric pitcher, iconic Eames bird and a few smart reminders of typography. On the table is empty sculpture hourglass. Most of the wooden elements of the bar at the center of the room, consisting of shelves and tables for dining.Beautiful white vases are decorative, geometric touch. Do you remember the bars in the first place? This idea gray bars across the wall also offers a great inspiration. This time it ends in a black wall around some corners and evenly divided mat board. The kitchen is balanced and unobtrusive, even this close to the living room. Attention to the framing and proportions is amazing. Overall, the composition of these black-and-white interior is just as artistic as well as the elements that inhabit it.
Immediately noticeable living room centered on geometric Lappljung Route carpet.Table for magazines is from IKEA PS line of Polish designer Tomek Rygalika – lamp is actually a part of the table, the extension of one of the hind legs. Colorful graphics towns and birds are arranged on the walls. Unified storage boxes on the upper shelves are a cool idea – a smart way to expand the amount of available storage space, without breaking the strict color theme. Turquoise is strongly emphasized in a small area like this. The bright, playful and impressive, even when used sparingly.