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Rocky Ledge LibraryTransitional Living Room, Boston

Photo Credit: Sam Gray Photography

Living room library - transitional living room library idea in Boston with black walls —  Houzz
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gin1ek wrote:Apr 10, 2012
  • swilli16
    can anyone provide what were talking about in this article. The paint color for the black walls and trim?
  • shawnholmes

    I would love to know the color too? I am planning on painting a "sunroom" black, and there are so many different hues of black! who knew?! Love this room!


amys3 wrote:Feb 26, 2012
  • akstaylor06890
    The dress and goose are from RH as is the mirror.
VMR Designs wrote:Sep 8, 2011
dlopardo1 wrote:Nov 7, 2012
  • akstaylor06890

    The chairs do swivel.


  • Kara
    Where are the chairs from?
bohnkerstin wrote:Nov 29, 2016
kkeeton4 wrote:Apr 29, 2014
  • jezzk
    Looks like Todd Murphy artwork.
  • akstaylor06890

    These were purchased from Restoration Hardware.


cheribrix wrote:Feb 17, 2012
Tammy Bomkamp wrote:Jan 6, 2012
redbud3 wrote:Jun 15, 2013
  • Reginald Cox
    i would love to know also
beevee1945 wrote:Jan 15, 2013
javagirl402 wrote:Jan 9, 2013
  • Aine
    love the side table too...
peter2973 wrote:Feb 8, 2012
rscottco wrote:Apr 20, 2015
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      nadia_nspk wrote:Jan 8, 2013
        djaye wrote:Sep 30, 2012
          gina_i wrote:Jul 9, 2012

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            beckydietrich
            Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Every Room Needs a Little Bit of BlackMar 19, 2014

            Every once in a while, a design magazine heralds the advent of “the new black.” It’s a term used to describe or give merit to a color trend, as in, “Orange is the new black.” My response to such pronouncements is always to turn a chilly shoulder and harrumph. I love color, but only black accomplishes so much, with so little, so well.More: 11 Reasons to Paint Your Ceiling Black

            cninteriors
            Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Rooms Rock the Black LookMar 10, 2012

            Black can be elegant. Here it strikes a perfect balance of edgy and sophisticated. Note the impact of the oversize clock. The clock provides a reflective contrast to the black palette, which includes a champagne-hued rug and chairs. When paired with a contrasting hue, black can feel bright and actually highlight details.

            shoshana
            Love Your Room LLC added this to Painted Fireplace Mantels Add PizzazzFeb 24, 2012

            I love this idea. Paint the mantel the same color as the wall to create a very dramatic look.More:Make Your Fireplace the Focal PointDIY Projects: Updating Your FireplaceMantel Mania: Sprucing the Space Above Your Fireplace

            rebekahzaveloff
            KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to Sleek, Beautiful Stone Slab Fireplace SurroundsNov 30, 2011

            This unusual modern application of taupe-brown stone slab (I'm guessing a marble like Labrador Antique Light) trimmed with a sleek metal edge complements the dark paneled walls. I love how the mantel is painted the same black as the walls. This is a great way to make a space modern and traditional at the same time.

            jbdesign
            Jennifer Bishop Design added this to Moody Details in DesignOct 28, 2011

            Setting glossy art pieces against matte black walls almost gives them a ghost-like feel.

            erinlangnorris
            Erin Lang Norris added this to Step-by-Step: Dress Your Home in Velvety BlackOct 20, 2011

            Black walls. The biggest commitment to the color of night, rich black walls, feels cozy and warm in a room flooded with natural light. So go against the grain of typically used colors and step into a pool of ink. Just be sure to use a finish that's matte rather than glossy to avoid potential eyesores.More:Add a Little Gothic Glamour, Chateau Marmont StyleGlossy Black and White Beachfront StyleDesign 2011: Black Casework, Doors and Cabinetry

            vanessa_brunner
            Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Glossy, Black-and-White Beachfront StyleSep 8, 2011

            A cozy and dark library greets guests as they come through the front doors. Although a bold black-and-white palette can come across as harsh, principal interior designer John Day and associate interior designer Jayme Kennerknecht carefully mixed in warm accents to create a softer look."White is typically cold, and black overpowering," says Day. "But with added touches of rich, deep colors, plus careful changes in texture and pattern, we were able to warm it up and provide balance to the high-contrast theme." Piece above mantle: Homeowners' collectionRug: Niba RugsSide Table: Furniture Guild

            shoshana
            Love Your Room LLC added this to Living Rooms With a Personal Stamp Of StyleJul 27, 2011

            Go bold. This room has fabulous, high-end personality. The use of the black wall, interesting art, and black trim and floor molding is a creative move.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            ibakecakes
            ibakecakes added this to Wish ListJun 7, 2019

            Maybe fireplace wall but with glass over the fireplace

            theresashannon
            theresashannon added this to theresashannon's ideasMay 31, 2019

            Black and light yellow furniture

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