Today we brought you 5 different styles of monochromatic schemes so you can get some inspiration for your home decoration. If you are interested in learning more about this amazing interior design trend, continue scrolling and find out everything!
Monochromatic or “one colour” isn’t all about the use of one color as you may think. Although we are used to seeing the excess of greys, neutrals or white coloured interior spaces, doesn’t mean we have to follow such a rigorous approach.
We can always be creative with the multiple uses of colour and still get the monochromatic scheme without being monotonous. Do you want to discover how?
When considering monochromatic schemes, interior designers suggest that you should use around three colors. To create a chohesive and harmonious look you should select a range of three shades :one light, one in the middle, and one dark.
As you can see this amazing living room has three colours pomping: the classic blue, the neutral brown-tones of the bespoke armchairs and the white in the unique centre tables. Putting all these elements together will create a sense of simplicity and balance in your living room. That’s is one of the biggest advantages of using monochromatic shcemes.
Industrial designs with grey and white shades can be a clever choice since you don’t need to concern about using various tones. You can also use daring furniture pieces that create good contrasts with your background as you can notice through this yellow armchair.
In a living room with precious antiques, for example, a monochromatic scheme will certainly hight them.