Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by TheManLouisianaFace, Feb 8, 2008.
Is that true?
I have a dark espresso leather sofa....I can't have anything black now?
A girl said it, it must be true.
she doesnt know what she's talking about
browns and black are much more difficult to mix, but when done properly, have a very smart look to them
I don't think its true, I think it can be a little heavy if you use too much of both colors, but I think it can work well if you have a light mixture of both then maybe a splash of color, like a red or royal blue maybe?
blue + brown + black = unpossible
seriously?! I think it can have a very sophisticated look to it, im talking like a rich rich royal blue. and nothing overpowering just an accent piece
Most people fail when they try it, but fuck fashion rules . I find black/brown look great together when you wear a prominent gold piece with it.
But yes, it's commonly stated that brown and black shouldn't be worn together.
Furniture, not clothes.
I can see a painting or accent piece do well in this set up, but I think it has to be striking rather than dull in order to pull it off. A large, murano glass sculpture keeps coming to mind for some reason.
not this exactly, but you get the idea
noooo, definitely clothes too.
ediit: OH! then i have no idea, but i'd guess same rules apply.
kevin aucoin changed the makeup world cuz he said fuck these supposed rules
what is it thats going to be black? and what kind of fabric/material is it?
coffee table? picture frames?
exactly what i was thinking...
dark brown couches with black end/coffee tables + black frames on paintings would look just fine to me