When it comes to interior design, it is almost always preferable to have a bright and airy spaces, than dark and cold rooms. With careful selection of shades and a little patience, you can get excellent monochrome interior in which will enjoy all your family. The choice of colors and patterns of combining is a real challenge to every interior designers, and it is even bigger for someone who wants to do that alone, in its own home.
Monochromatic scheme uses only one color on almost all surfaces in a room, using various shades from lightest to darkest. The only color that is allowed, beside the selected, is white as the brightest shade of each color and as a perfect base for coloring any space. Instead of white, you can use the brightest tones of gray or beige shades, which will improve the brightening of the the selected main color. Just to make this job easier for you, we made one truly fascinating collection. Below you can see various examples of monochromatic living rooms, that will inspire you for sure. Take a look and enjoy in our collection!
In the design world, having ‘more of the same’ generally does not work all too well as a decorating approach. This is truer in case of color. Filling up a room with the same color is considered both ungainly and bland. It is often the contrast between three or more colors that gives a room its uniqueness and personality. Yet, for those who are really set on using largely one color to shape their living room, there are still plenty of exciting options around! Monochromatic living rooms are once again trendy and as is the case in most other rooms, it is neutrals that hold sway here.
A monochromatic living room is essentially a space where you use just one color even if you bring in its varying shades, hues and tints. Of course, there is always a darker element in the room and at times you can use colorful accents to give the monochromatic space your own personal twist! Today, it is the turn of the most popular of all monochromatic living spaces – those in white – to spend some time under the spotlight.
Sure, there are a few lighter tones of gray thrown in amidst all the whit; but that only adds to the overall visual appeal. Sit back and enjoy the spectacular, unicolored ride . Sure, monochromatic living rooms need not be restricted to white alone. But white is undoubtedly one of the best colors to use in public spaces as it gives the room a relaxing modern appeal and a pleasant environment.
Monochromatic living rooms with bolder or darker colors can feel a touch too tacky and you will get pretty bored with that overwhelming visual very quickly. Then you end up with a room that is ungainly, boring and just an eye-sore that needs a complete makeover. In case of the all-white living room, adding an additional layer of color down the line is both easy and cost-effective.