Black and white rugs give a very bold room, an authentic graphic appeal. They create a classic elegance that is always fresh. When designing the room, we often use contrast to add dimensions and drama to the decor. To include black and white stripes, or buffalo boxes, or traditional French toiles can often provide structures for all other colors, patterns, and textures in the room.
Black and white rugs can be an animal skin pattern, such as a zebra or tiger, or it may be a line, plaid pattern, a very interesting look (Berber), toile, or linear image actually woven. It can be calligraphy, like handwriting. How interesting and strange that is! There are so many interpretations of this theme, everything is interesting and decorative, and everything is typical.
Black and white rugs are very versatile and can be used in different types of settings. Contemporary interiors often combine black and white carpets and other furniture with brightly colored lacquered furniture, refined metal, patent leather, woven textures, and ceramics. Traditional settings are casual, as the French state uses black and white patterns quite often to compensate for other patterns and colors. Toiles and mattress ticking stripes, and one-color box color checks on white soil are often used in French setting countries.