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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas to Add Dark Drama

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas to Add Dark Drama

October 27, 2017

Helpless to resist Halloween, this week the Remodelista editors haunted design’s darkest depths. Here are five ways they discovered to add a note of noir to any interior:

Skeletal Specimens

On the Scottish Highlands, &#8\2\20;nearby beaches are a place to find crazy bits and pieces, including bones,” says creative director Justin Hooper; he thinks the vertebrae he displays on a kitchen shelf came from a sheep. See more in our Kitchen of the Week post.
Above: On the Scottish Highlands, “nearby beaches are a place to find crazy bits and pieces, including bones,” says creative director Justin Hooper; he thinks the vertebrae he displays on a kitchen shelf came from a sheep. See more in our Kitchen of the Week post.

Black Toilets

&#8\2\20;If you’re going for the blackout look in the bathroom, don’t forget the toilet,&#8\2\2\1; writes Alexa. She rounds up the best choices in this week&#8\2\17;s \10 Easy Pieces post.
Above: “If you’re going for the blackout look in the bathroom, don’t forget the toilet,” writes Alexa. She rounds up the best choices in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

Green Is the New Black

A monochrome palette of green on green creates A Darkly Romantic House in Sweden by Skälsö Architects. Photograph by Stefan Isidor Bergkvist, courtesy of Skälsö.Arkitekter.
Above: A monochrome palette of green on green creates A Darkly Romantic House in Sweden by Skälsö Architects. Photograph by Stefan Isidor Bergkvist, courtesy of Skälsö.Arkitekter.

Black Lampshades

Above: Meredith discovers A Favorite Light Goes Dark: The Koushi Lamp in Black.

Rustic Hand Brooms

Above: “Why shouldn’t a broom be as beautiful as the other objects in your home?” asks Julie. Handmade Brooms and Dustpans from Japan are the solution.

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