Monochromatic Design





Did you catch our post today? Here is more about monochrome design. A monochromatic color scheme can be one of the best ways to make a statement. By using one hue (color) and its tones, tints, and shades of that hue, you can make a room look larger, create harmony and relaxation, and allow art-work to really shine.





An important thing to remember when using a monochromatic palette is a variation of the color. Besides using different tints, shades, and tones, try your hand at mixing in textures to add interest, such as rugs, window treatments, and throw pillows. Textures can appear light and dark in the same color giving the eye a show. It's a great way to add depth to your room.





Hue, tints, shades, tones with the addition of texture and patterns are the key to a perfect monochromatic color palette. Remember, if you use patterns, you can use them sparingly if you want your outcome to be harmonious and straightforward. This teal mood board is a perfect example of that. If you would like to try this look in your room, you can add a wood or silver metal coffee table, and you have a monochromatic palette design! If you would like the shopping list to this look, sign up as a member (in the header of our website), and you will have access to our Shop The Looks page and much more.

If you love a monochromatic look but really don't have the time or are maybe a little hesitant to put it together on your own. Contact me. I can help you put together the room you envision.

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