- Advertisement -

Thanks for visiting our black living room photo gallery where you can search lots of black living room design ideas.



This is our black living room design gallery where you can browse lots of photos or filter down your search with the options below. We hope you find your inspiration here. We add new designs every week.

Types of Living Rooms: Family Rooms | Formal Living Rooms | Great Rooms | Libraries | Sunrooms | Bars | Man Caves | Game Rooms | Home Theaters

Features

Color

Style

Size

Ceiling

Lighting

Flooring

Fireplace?


Contemporary home theatre with black stylish walls and tray ceiling.Zillow Digs TM


Traditional large elegant-looking enclosed library with dome ceiling and darkwood shelves.Photo by Laurie S Woods, ASID - Browse family room photos


Traditional library with laminate floors and flush light.Zillow Digs TM


A night-sky themed dome in a home theater. Small lights around the dome serve as stars.CEILTRIM


This amazing home theater has a photo ceiling with an optical illusion that appears to be a wormhole leading up out of the room’s ceiling.CEILTRIM


Taylor Swift's bar is perfect with dark color hardwood counters and bar chairs with red orange wall and built-in shelving.Source: Trulia


The property's media room looks classy in black seatings and recessed ceiling lighting, perfect for entertainment.Source: Trulia


Photo by Camilla Molders Design - Browse living room photos


Mayweather's media room features gray-themed aesthetics with a wide-screen projector and a few sets of sofa beds, this one is more like a mini cinema.Source: Trulia


Floyd Mayweather has an other formal living room with dark hardwood built-in shelving together with the brown elegant-style sofa and white rug on hardwood flooring and a tray ceiling.Source: Trulia


Source: Trulia


Source: Trulia


Kylie Jenner's home theatre looks sleek and modern with its gray-themed aesthetics.Source: Zillow Digs TM


Source: Zillow Digs TM


Designed by: Ward+Blake


Traditional home bar with dark hardwood built-in cabinets and marble counter along with pendant lights and recessed ceiling lights.Designed by: Drury Designs


Modern home bars with hardwood flooring and multiple tray ceiling along with stylish designed walls.




Designed by: Architecton

Black is a powerful color that represents sophistication, elegance, and style. It’s a classic color that many homeowners use for accenting throughout a living room. If you’ve thought about incorporating more black in your living room, there are ways to do it without making it feel like you’re trying to darken out any light.

Out of the 552,888 living rooms and 14 colors analyzed, 7.75 percent (or 42,847) have black as the dominant color.

Choosing Black as a Dominant Design Color

While the color black is classic and essential to many color schemes, it can also have a lot of negative associations. In interior design, black is intended to represent and evoke positive thoughts and feelings.

As you browse our gallery of living room designs, you will notice that many of them incorporate the color black. As you decide how to incorporate black into your living room, it’s a good idea to select a design style as well.

While black is used in some way in almost every living room design, the amount of color you use depends on the style and size of your living room.

For instance, if you have a small living room painting all of your walls black may make your living room even smaller and less inviting. Small living rooms benefit from lighter colors on the walls, but you could always paint a black accent wall or add plenty of black accents.

You can also put a lighter color on the top half of the wall and black on the bottom half to create the illusion of more space.

All-over black works best in larger living rooms, such as an Industrial or Modern style living rooms or even a Home Theater. The dark color can help to make a large living room feel and look more inviting.

Using Accent Colors

Whether you’re painting your walls black, filling your living room with black furniture, or even going for the Monochromatic look, you’ll want to use some accent colors to balance out the room.

One of the nice things about using black as a dominant design color is that all most colors look nice with black. White trim and even the right wood tones can make a black living room look sophisticated, warm, and inviting.

Painting accent colors help balance out a black living room, but you can also add some accent colors in rugs, drapes, artwork, or even furniture.

Shares