The words “monochromatic design” might still feel a little worrisome. Maybe you’re picturing a room where the sofas blend into the walls and every element of the room is the exact same shade. I’m going to let you in on a secret: Monochromatic interior design offers plenty more than just a single shade.
If you’re uninspired by neutrals, natural materials can work in much the same fashion. Use wooden furniture to break up your bedroom or a set of ultra-modern metal chairs to making your dining space really stand out.Two design elements with separate undertones will not look right when placed side-by-side, but similar undertones can “match”, even when their patterns or textures vary greatly.
Single color spaces are often the subject of heated debates. Some think they’re too simple to be worthwhile. But, when done correctly, we can attest that they are the epitome of easy elegance.
They are both timeless and trendy.