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Matte Black in the Home: 7 Favorite Finds

Matte black is a trend I can’t seem to get enough of right now. I just love the way it looks in a room and how it leans toward a mix of rustic and modern. I first started noticing matte black in Scandinavian decor. There was never a bunch of it in a room, just a hint of it here and there. It can really break up a space wonderfully and adds a great contrast. What do you say, do you think you’ll be incorporating matte black into your home? Here are some of my favorite finds you can buy right now…

  • Serpentinite Carafe 1 of 7
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    This hand-shaped carafe is sure to be a focal point of any dining room table.

    Buy it for $58 at Anthropologie.

  • Mid-Century Console 2 of 7
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    Add a bold, matte black piece to the home with this mid-century console and add contrast with bright flowers.

    Buy it for $699 at West Elm.

  • Table Lamp 3 of 7
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    Go for a sleek Scandinavian style with this matte black lamp and linen drum shade.

    Buy it for $169 at West Elm.

  • Branch Brackets 4 of 7
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    Use these branch brackets as a way to add just a hint of matte black into your room for a touch of rustic, modern charm.

    Buy it for $49 at West Elm.

  • Forest Canopy Bed 5 of 7
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    I have always had my eye on this gorgeous forest canopy bed in matte black. This can easily work in a bright room with colorful linens or in a rustic, darker room.

    Buy it for $5,298 at Anthropologie.

  • Candlesticks 6 of 7
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    These gorgeous black, wood candlesticks were created and inspired by the Italian Renaissance. Use them in your bathroom or to cozy up your living room.

    Buy them at Restoration Hardware, starting at $39.

  • Textured Vase 7 of 7
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    Use matte black as an accent in your room by bringing it in with vases like this textured one.

    Buy it for $12 at Etsy.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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