Anne Coyle - Paint a room a dark color to make everything, even neutrals, suddenly appear more dramatic. Anne Coyle used this trick in the bedroom she designed—Benjamin Moore’s "Raccoon Fur" paint color provided the arresting backdrop
Lecture on Learning from the Masters: Great Designers of the Past and Their Influence Today
Hollywood Regency Style by Dorothy Draper. Draper’s love of dull white and glossy black, highly polished checkered floors, intricate mirrors, and lacquered doors would all become elements of the Hollywood Regency style.
A collection of gold mirrors against a dark wall creates a mesmerizing effect that reflects throughout the room, opening up the space without using a full-length mirror. Inspiration for bare bedroom wall. Found gold mirrors at antique store.
Amy D. Morris Interiors - Bold black & burnt orange office design with black walls paint color, gold art deco bookshelves, acrylic lucite modern desk table, burnt orange leather chairs with nailhead trim, gold & turquoise blue rug and porcupine fixture