How to Incorporate Dark Shades In Your Home

How to Incorporate Dark Shades In Your Home

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Most people tend to stick to safe shades of white, cream and other neutral tones for the walls and furniture of their home – but they are certainly not the only hues that look attractive in a home.

Incorporating darker shades into your interior design can be a dramatic experiment, but when paired with complimentary neutrals and accessories those dark accents can become quite sophisticated, elegant and even relaxing.

Take a look at some of these inspirational interior design suggestions by Ventura Homes that show how you can incorporate dark shades into your home with ease.

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Make the theatre more warm and homely with navy walls. As seen in The Allure Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Bring some drama and excitement to the bathroom with black tiles. As seen in The Colonnade Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Consider contrasting white with black as seen inside The Monterey V2 Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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A black splashback in the kitchen looks classy. As seen in The Colonnade Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Not wanting to go black in the kitchen? Go for dark shades of grey or brown to give masculine-chic vibes. As seen in The Bel Air Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Black stools at the breakfast bench add a nice touch of contrast, especially if the colour scheme of the kitchen is minimalist. As seen in The Sanctuary Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Consider experimenting with bold wallpaper – or try incorporating shades of dark brown into your kitchen for a warm, cottage-feel environment. As seen in The Sentosa Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Turn the master suite into a sanctuary with a mixture of browns, nudes and greys. As seen in The Villa Maria Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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It doesn’t have to be all browns, greys and black – how about a splash of dark red and burgundy to add some romance into your master suite? As seen in The Dynasty Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Turn the laundry into an exciting space with a dark counter top to add some style. As seen in The Villa Maria Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Or consider adding dark tiles as a feature in the laundry. As seen in The Macquarie Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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Too much white in the open plan area of your home? Bring in a dark dining table and add a dark feature wall in the living room to break it up a bit. As seen in The Monterey V2 Display Home by Ventura Homes

 

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