Guest Picks: A Little Black and White for Your House
This ebonized wood stool/drink perch with white bone inlay would add a great global feel to a room.
I really like this black and white photo from Ballard Designs. One of my favorite ways to use black and white is in wall art.
Here is that dreamy striped Rand rug from Ikea. It has such a great look.
Who doesn't want a little Missoni around? This ottoman with the classic zigzag pattern is just the thing.
You can't go wrong with black and white stripes. This throw is the perfect accessory for over a chair or sofa.
This is classic goodness with a chinoiserie vibe. It would be a stunner in the living room or at the dining table.
This Jonathan Adler kilim rug is perfection. The angled stripes make it just a little different.
These Staffordshire dogs are a more traditional source of black and white.
Here is fun pillow from Jonathan Adler. It's a conversation starter, for sure.
The random black stripes on this rug remind me of wood grains.
This abstract canvas art is calling my name. It's just the look that I want over my fireplace.
OK, this cross pillow is really more gray and black, but I adore the graphic impact.
I can see this Greek key wallpaper in a powder room or small entryway for a huge impact.
This bone inlay box in black and white is a punchy accessory for a tabletop or bedside.
I love the smaller black markings on this hide rug. I'd layer it over a sea grass rug for instant texture.
A real dash of fun, this dalmatian print fabric would be just the thing on an ottoman.
This tray is one of my favorite black and white pieces. It's just a small piece, but it packs a lot of style.
These velvet ikat pillows really make me drool. Just picture them on a hot pink chair or sofa!
Another small accessory with a big impact is a wooden box set. I think these would be equally at home in the bookcase or on a coffee table.Next: Graphic Black and White Kitchens for 10 Styles
This black dotted bowl is a new piece from Cost Plus World Market. And it's definitely coming home with me.