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White Walls, Black Accents

I love these light and bright spaces offset by dark accent walls. Peppered with rows and rows of books, the look oozes with effortless sophistication that's delightfully gender neutral.

P.S. This is my 300th post! Here's to many, many more :)

13 comments:

Danielle Oakey Interiors said...

i was just contemplating adding a black chalkboard wall in my daughters room, i love this look! Congrats on your 300th post!

Chassity (Look Linger Love) said...

Love black in a home. Gorgeous.

amy b.s. said...

i so wish i had a space like this to add a little subtle black. it looks amazing!

Kate {domestikatedlife} said...

I just painted an accent wall in my bedroom a near-black color, it's called "poppy seed"! I'm so happy with how it looks, it adds so much drama.

Bailey@ peppermintbliss said...

I am so obsessed with this right now I cannot even tell you. We did white walls and black trim and everytime I walk in the door I want to makeout with myself for being so cool. Love it.

Kelly said...

Congratulation!

hip hip gin gin said...

I love this look! The second photo is my favorite. Those floor to ceiling bookshelves look absolutely fabulous painted black on the inside. I keep trying to convince my husband to let me paint our bedroom dark charcoal.

Michaela said...

I love this look also. It gives it a clean, modern and fresh feeling. Congrats, Mackenzie! So exciting (:

Belly said...

Congrats on your 300th post, Mackenzie! I adore this. I love it even more with metallic or gold accents, as in the first photo.

Tommy said...

Kudos!

Splendid Willow said...

Hi sweet friend,

Congratulations! You know that you have a loyal fan here!

I LOVE that first room, MacKenzie. So my style. I will use that image in my Friday post (with a link to you, of course).

If you have a moment pop over and see my new series. I would love to feature you. I am thinking of your fab dresser!

Love to you,

Mon

The Zhush said...

These are stunning images! Congrats on 300! xx

A Casa da Vá said...

So beautiful, love the contrast!