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Trending on Remodelista: Going Dark

October 30, 2020

A confluence of events this week has Remodelista investigating darker interior colors: Halloween tomorrow and end of daylight savings on Sunday. Here are some highlights:

This Dream Dressing Room from Sweden is also a dream bathroom. Photograph courtesy of Kvänum.
Above: This Dream Dressing Room from Sweden is also a dream bathroom. Photograph courtesy of Kvänum.
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Above: Black kitchens are on the rise, but they needn’t be severe-looking. Here, sleek black cabinets are offset by the warmth of plywood walls. Photograph by Osman Tahir, courtesy of Nordiska Kök, from Kitchen of the Week: Life Imitates Art in a Swedish Painter’s New Kitchen.
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Above: “The deep layout of the combined apartments meant that some spaces were bathed in natural light while others were set far back from the banks of windows. The solution? Embracing the dark,” writes Annie of the entryway in It Takes Two: A Pair of Brooklyn Heights Apartments Reconfigured Into One, by Shapeless Studio. Photograph by Hagan Hinshaw, courtesy of Shapeless Studio Architecture & Interiors.

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