A monochromatic styled color scheme uses a single color on most every room surface with slight changes in color, or hue, and runs through several of its tints, tones and shades. In this type of scheme, complementary tones of the main color may still be included in the palette, but never in such a way that breaks a 20-80 balance. In addition, the one color is often paired with white or another neutral. Dip your rooms, nooks and crannies into your favorite color and create something harmonious, fresh and incredibly versatile. Let’s look at some examples.
The right shade of chocolate brown works just as well as a classic black, but it’s much more touchable and welcoming. Whether you decide to dip your bedroom or kitchen, using this creamy and smooth shade will leave a bold yet soft flair.
Black is classic, timeless and always sophisticated, which is why it works in any room. Dress your entire room in midnight to create an easy, sleek and chic style.
Transform your kitchen, bathroom or even your bedroom with a color that provides a breath of fresh air. Mint has an extraordinary quality of providing a free and healthy foundation, use that to your advantage.
If you want something bold and fierce, choose a cherry shade to do the work. Don’t be afraid of a bold style full of personality and passion, cherry can spruce up everything from the master bedroom to the home office.
If you like pink, don’t shy away from using! It’s feminine and fun, youthful and alive! And, when used right, it can be the most stylish and most fashion-forward choice on the palette.
For something refreshing and sweet, with a pinch of femininity and an ease of eclectic styling, choose peach! It’s unique and rarely used, which is just another reason to go with it!
Any shade of green will provide a healthy, organize air. But with a vibrant shade of lime, you can add extra bits and pieces of lively personality and personal touches.
Who doesn’t love blue? You simple cannot go wrong with dipped absolutely any part of your home in this serene, relaxing and versatile shade.
For a rich, warm and unique choice, try out a nice shade of plum. It’s got a sophisticated appeal, which can be perfect for the master bedroom or even the dining room.
As we gushed before, you can never go wrong with blue. And you can never go wrong with a light, watery shade that can open a room and create more light.
Jazz up a dull room or corner with a color that sings of happiness. Yellow is bubbly and fun, lively and vivacious! Dip the playroom or the kitchen in this sassy shade!
Just like red, cranberry is passionate and bold. But it’s a bit warmer and more inviting, which is why it’s a perfect choice for dressing the living room or dining room in.
For a bit of serenity or peace, try a coat of white. Dipping a room in snow could be just what you need to make your space appear larger and alive.