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Why Black Will Always Be a Smart Home Renovation Color Idea

“You can have any color, as long as it’s black.” -Henry Ford

MANILA, Philippines – Ask anyone in any creative industry about the power of the color black and you can expect a stream of responses that sings the hue’s praises. Whether in fashion, beauty or the arts, no one can deny that black will always have its iconic place in terms of creative application, thanks to its effortless elegance, sophistication and simplicity.

Of course, this also applies to interior decoration. While some may feel drawn to using the color to dress up their home, it’s actually a surefire hue to try as long as you stick to practical applications. Read below for all the reasons why black is still a good idea for your home.

1. It’s easier to manage and apply

So many people are afraid to use black because of its boldness, but it’s actually easier to use in interior design because it can effortlessly tie up a space without any other need for extra bells and whistles.

Consider this: what do you think is easiest to manage? A kitchen in black and white or a kitchen with multiple colors? With black, your margin for error is less because you don’t have to tinker with too many elements just to cause visual impact.

2. It adds chic drama anywhere

Black is the perfect color choice if you are looking for minimalist interiors due to its natural elegance and sophistication. Whether you use it over larger parts of a space or just add it as an accent, anything in this color can effortlessly add drama to anything without bordering on flashy and loud.

3. It can add depth to your space

Working with a limited area but want to get the most out of its design? Adding pops of black can trick the eyes into adding depth of space and focus, as it absorbs light rather than reflecting it.

Applying this color is great if there’s a particular wall, area, or even accent in your home that you want the eyes to auto-steer toward.

4. It’s the perfect “anti-hero” color of white.

Yes, white is the perfect shade if you want something simple and clean, but let’s face it. It can easily get boring if you don’t accessorize it well.

Black, on the other hand, can be overwhelming if you use it to the extreme. But together, these two colors can create the best aesthetic that strikes the sweet spot between minimalist and impressive. The key is to find the right balance between them to achieve this refined and sophisticated look.

5. Minimum effort, maximum impact

Do you want an easy way to add drama to your home with minimal effort? Accenting your spot in black is the best way to go.

Take for example your kitchen. We all know that this part of the house can sometimes be difficult to manage because the activities we do here can easily get messy, so it’s the perfect place to accent with black home essentials that you wouldn’t have. no harm in maintaining visually.

Not to mention that the use of black color is always elegant and bold. Who doesn’t want to hang out somewhere nice to look at, right?

When done right, the kitchen can also be one of the most comforting places in a home, especially if you create a special nook there, like a coffee nook. The key here is to find the perfect pieces that you can use to dress up the space.

Take for example the Breville Black Sesame Barista Express special. Sophisticated and stylish, this limited-edition variant of the best-selling espresso machine combines the quality features the premier home lifestyle brand is known for with a class-leading aesthetic that can elevate your coffee nook.

The model, which will only be available for a limited time, will be available for purchase from official Breville Philippines retailers.

Those who purchase it can expect the same features that the original Barista Express line is known for, such as precise espresso extraction, dose control grinding, and micro-foam milk texturing. It’s like having your own coffee experience at home, but with an added touch of class.

To learn more about the Barista Express, see the Breville Philippines website for more details. You can also follow their Facebook and Instagram channels to find out where and how you can score this limited piece.