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There is an undeniable, polished elegance that accompanies the boldness of black.
Serving as an essential color in the fashion industry, black is seen as the perfect color to accessorize with for its ability to match with almost anything. Its pristine sharpness yet ability to mold into the complement of almost every color is unmatched.
Black jeans, shoes, shirts, hats, socks, and more are always staple items seen in closets. However, in the vast world of fashion, black is mostly a supplementary color that serves to pair with a primary color. Black contains intensity and recklessness with its incomprehensible depth and emulation of the vast unknown, yet also composure and tranquility with its somber stillness. How could it only serve as a secondary color?
In the disparate world of home design, one does not see black very often. Traditionally, home owners inundate colors such as polished chrome, satin brass, brushed nickel, hues of brown, whites, and others throughout their homes. The furthest homeowners typically go is oil-rubbed bronze, to which they attempt to integrate a vintage flair. In more contemporary times, many seem to indulge in the color white, which is supposed to appear to enlarge rooms and create an inviting, airy ambiance.
However, as we continue to progress through the 21st century, there is a significant amount more homeowners embellishing their contemporary homes