Pared-back student halls in Berlin and a Brussels residence with contrasting black-stained and white walls feature in this week's roundup from Pinterest, which highlights the best monochrome home interiors.
A partitioning wall made of blackened brass divides the minimal white interiors of this two-storey apartment in Tel Aviv by Pitsou Kedem. The black grate also forms a balustrade for the upper part of the staircase.
This 69-square-metre flat in London by Daniele Petteno features a large window between its black kitchen and light-toned bedroom, which pairs with monochrome upholstery. A row of plants provide a lone pop of colour.
This student residence in Berlin's Kreuzberg district features pared-back sleeping rooms, with a mezzanine level accessed by slatted ladder-style staircases with metal handrails.
Monochrome interiors complement the wintery woodland surroundings of this family home in rural Lithuania. The kitchen features black marble splashbacks and countertops that contrast with white cupboards.
This house in Brussels has been renovated by Label Architecture to feature a white metal staircase, contrasting with rough, black-stained walls of oriented strand board.
APA used a minimal palette of polished concrete, Carrara marble and white-stained plywood for this renovated Victorian townhouse , which is modelled on bright and spacious loft apartments.
A spiralling blackened steel staircase is a stand-out feature in this Montreal apartment renovation by Anne Sophie Goneau, who left brickwork exposed to highlight the building's early 20th-century heritage.
Bureau de Change Architects used contrasting stark white and midnight blue paintwork to highlight the pleated ceiling of this north London house extension, which also features pale grey terrazzo flooring.
This barn-like extension to a house in Melbourne features rustic interiors and a tonal grey colour palette. Whiting Architects paired white-painted brick walls with oak floors and wooden joinery.
This austere concrete house in Shiga by Japanese studio FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects is sparse on furniture and brings materials used in the architecture into the interior spaces.