Monochrome has been the trend, it highly influences the fashion, interior design, anything and everything else. People, who are a minimalist like us, monochrome will never go wrong! It’s just a timeless classic at all time.
Have you ever wonder what to wear? Whenever you can’t decide, it just makes sense to pick up either the black or white dress. It can come in prints, stripes, and even color blocking. Working with the monochrome is so easy, it’s none of the worries of having colors that don’t compliment each other. They just make the perfect partnership – it’s modern, contemporary, and assertive—but never in your face—and smacks of self-possession. We have some interior tips to share with you when you are playing with these two angles.
Sometimes, monochrome it may look intimidating to some people. That is why texture played a big part when you style the room. You may want to use something that softens the ambiance – such as knit throws, velvet cushions, and shag pile rugs, furniture that give cozy furnishings. This would make your room much inviting, as it will remove the sharpness of the room.
Whenever it came to the composition, use of the two hues play a critical part. The risk of the space may look a bit monotonous is higher. To avoid this, you could implement a golden ratio – play with the height and composition of your room. Th placement on your shelf or the prints on your wall, it was recommended that they are placed and hung at very heights. This allows the room to be more lively and interesting.
Give a touch of life
There is always a great way to introduce a third element to a monochrome room. We love it by adding the plants – the greenery will instantly make the black and white space more welcoming. And, most importantly plants always breathe life into any room.
How could we ever forget about lighting? Lighting is the key to defining a large monochrome space. Having floor lamps can very useful as it will provide an interesting element for unused corners. You can always add a beautiful accent for the middle of a living room, simply add a table lamp.
Hope these tips work for you, Happy Monday!
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