lack and white art, I can’t seem to get enough of it. And since my last post on this subject, which you can read here, I have found so many more beautiful examples which I just had to share with you. But this time it’s not about the black and white art gallery wall. Today it’s about large single pieces. This color palette will work in any interior.
In a monochrome interior with only natural colors such as beiges, whites and greys, it will serve as an unobstrutive eye-catcher. But in interiors with lots of bright colors it will bring some “rest” to the eye. Combined with classic ornamental interiors this artform will add great contrast. These graphic, seemingly simple, artworks will always add a touch of sophistication as you will see from the examples below. So enjoy and maybe you will be inspired to grab a paintbrush and create your own artwork.
via Metropolitan Home
Inside the Vipp family home – via Dwell
Elegance in everything, the artwork resembling a ballerina, the Serge Mouille lamp, the sculpture and the color palette – via Ameblo
via Coco Lapine
Black and white art print, Poul Kjærholm daybed in this stylish apartment – via Fashion Squad
via Design Traveller
via A Touch of Luxe
via Domaine Home
via Gilded Mint
via Domaine Home
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