Black Walls And Vintage Finds: The Dramatic Workspace

If you’ve ever been afraid of painting your walls black, this home office belonging to interior designer Adam Strauss might change your mind. Rather than making the space feel like a camped cave, the monochrome colour scheme actually makes the workspace feel even bigger.

The natural lighting from the window and gorgeous French chandelier also brighten the room. The floor is a glossy black lacquer that reflects the light. With the rich, dark colours and inclusion of whimsical artefacts, this workspace definitely has a lot of character. Strauss says “The mixture of traditional antiques with modern, masculine furnishings is a recurring theme in my designs.” You can see more photos of his Los Angeles apartment in the article below.

Setting the Mood [Lonny Magazine]


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