Using one color for tackling the décor is not an easy task. Monotone home interiors have to be planned well before starting. If planned well with space, the room looks stylish and eye-popping with monotone. The whole thing would turn into a disaster if not planned well. Many elements of the pattern, color and texture have to be considered deeply to get the beautiful look.
Here are some of the ways where we can use the monotone interiors to get the best results.
Use of Wood Accent
Timber accents would give more life and warmth to space. The walls have to be painted with single color matching to the flooring. Wood looks great with the background of neutral shades like cream, beige, and eggshell. The furniture and other accessories in the room should have the shade to give that great effect. If colors vary there would be disruption and clutter in the background of the neutral palette.
If the same color is used for the walls, cupboards, shelves, and tiles then the look is boring. The wooden accent brings life to the whole place. Using wood in the correct place is to bring the warmth; otherwise, the whole place looks pale and stark.
Match With Contrast Colors
Using contrast colors in between would give the neutral palette a great definition. Texture, pattern or colors of contrast is added to give the striking effect. The colors can be chosen taking expert advice. This color combination has to be done carefully to get the correct balance.
If full gray décor is used then the rust cushions on the sofa would break the monotony and give the best décor to space. Colored linen or furniture would become the focal point of the room here.
Try With Texture
Texture plays an important role in the monotone décor. Cushions, curtains, designer floor tiles or wall tiles and floor rugs would be the best way to integrate the texture into the setup. For the neutral palette, texture adds life.
Walls tiles with texture, match with the neutral colored floor rug. Small table stand on the floor also adds another way of décor to space.
Subtle patterns breathe life through the monotone interiors. The contrast colors display the taste of the house owner. With this subtle décor, the bathroom looks clean, sophisticated and classic. Though the whole look does not change much without the subtle décor, there is surely a breath of freshness added here.