Monochromatic Interior Designs
- Published on Saturday, 15 August 2015 11:09
- Mitchell Guzman
From contemporary modern to old-fashioned, there are lots of design styles that can create a monochromatic design. Actually, a monochromatic color scheme can apply to any home design interior. Let’s have a look at some of the monochromatic interior designs.
Choose the color for your interior
Choosing a color for your home design interior
project can be overwhelming. Anyone who has taken a trip to a home improvement store can attest that there are so many options when it comes to color. We wouldn’t blame you for wishing there was an easier way to decide for one color. In fact, we may be able to offer the right solution. Choose to design your interior around a monochromatic color palette. This is an incredibly simple way to bring a touch of elegance to your interior.
One thing about a monochromatic color scheme is that it doesn’t have to be the same shade repeated over and over throughout the room. For example, in case you want your interior to be a gray monochromatic scheme, you can cover the range in everything from charcoal and gunmetal to a soft slate and taupe. Do the same thing in case you go for blue. Start with a soft blue powder and work your way up to a royal or midnight blue. As you decorate your interior with your monochromatic scheme, you will notice that some areas could benefit from a contrasting color. This is a good thing because it means you are learning proper placement of colors and weighting.
Once you have painted the walls, it is now time to choose the furniture. Choose the furniture items in different colors. You should focus on complimenting the main color of the furniture with a variety of neutrals. For example, white with black give the eye a place to rest from the intensity of the shade, so you should consider using these shades as the main components of your design. In case you are not a fan of neutrals, then natural materials can work in much the same fashion. Definitely go for wooden furniture to break up your bedroom or a set of ultra-modern metal chairs for making your dining area stand out. Whatever you choose, make sure you provide plenty of coordinating pops throughout the room. Not only will they provide the always-essential visual interest, but they will pull the room together in order to give it a professionally-designed feel.