Color Trend: Black + Blue

Some people say things are very black and white. Right now, we say they’re black and blue because those are the two colors dominating design right now. Not often seen together as they duel it out in the attention department, both hues offer up major elegance as solo players. But rather than make you hunt for the best of both worlds, we’ve found the must haves for both shades.

By Candace Abbott
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AKMD Annabelle Table

A perfect piece designed by Ayush Kasliwal, the AKMD Annabelle Table stands out by blending  unsuspecting edge with classic charm. Rendered in Beech wood that’s ben ebonized, the ornamental piece is as functional as it is fashionable with textured legs and unwavering balance. $525 - $575

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Ruby Console

The Ruby Console by Brett Design manages to take you ideas of Mid Century to the next level. By calling upon Black Lima wood and perfectly painted glass doors in what other shade but periwinkle and bringing in black trim and hardware, this piece touches on all of the things you love about black and blue. It’s cool, but commanding feel. This is the piece that every living space requires. Price upon request

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Bardot Barstool

Key to success? Black steel, navy leather and satin brass. Look to the Gabriel Scott's Bardot Barstool to remind you how sexy and stylish black can look in your space. Blending the shades of black and blue, this barstool transcends your notion of cool with a low back, long legs and beautiful angles that keep you intrigued. $1850

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Tulip Sconce

In bloom. But not in the way you’re thinking. The Tulip Sconce by Zia Priven takes floral feels to a new place with extraordinary use of smokey blue glass encapsulating a captivating Edison Filament bulb and supported by blackened steel. Price upon request

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Mancini Tête-à-Tête

A silk velvet coming through in the most enticing of shapes? That would be the Mancini Tête-à-Tête. A beautiful black and blue shade takes over as tufted details add romantic allure. Part playful, but serious with a bronze base this is a standout piece for any sitting room. Price upon request

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Pinetti Woven Basket

Transforming your idea carryall. The Pinetti Woven Basket exceeds expectations with is supple leather feel, deep ebony hue and unmatched craftsmanship. As individual pieces weave through one another, the basket shows off nailhead detail to boot. $425

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Chirography Wallcovering

Philomela redefines the power of pattern with the Chirography Wallcovering. Featuring an entrancing design, bold moments of cobalt happen throughout and black also makes it’s way through the yellow base. Idea for almost any wall in your space, this pattern play is so now. $185 per roll

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Guernica Lounge Chair

Next level design: Laura Kirar’s Guernica Lounge Chair. A conversation piece and design wonder. This intricately designed leather piece mesmerizes as it’s comprised of 3500 holes woven through a honeycomb to achieve it’s unique fringe appeal. Handcrafted this wonder blends bohemia with high class thanks to supple leather with cushions and the arms which are leather wrapped as well. The piece they won’t stop talking about. The piece you can’t stop thinking about. Price upon request

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Pop by Michael Amato

Taking everything you thought you knew about lighting and turning it on its side. That’s the Pop designed by Michael Amato for UrbanElectric Co. This unique lighting fixture is all glam, with a lush antiqued mirrored cobalt background and traditional soft white bulb and brass detail. Perfect in everyway. $827

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