Deep, Dark and Sophisticated

We've been seeing a lot of white lately. White interiors, white kitchens, white walls, white furniture and white accessories. White, white, light, white. Love it. It's great. But I'm blind now. Thanks. So I'm queuing the bass guitar of design. That dark, heavy, encompassing hum you feel when you enter into a deeply saturated environment. A dark interior does the opposite of what a light interior would. While light opens up the space and invites you to view all the objects individually as beauty in forms, a dark space will draw you in to sit in the middle of it and allows you to feel the beauty of the collective. That is the kind of environment I want to create.