In the design world variety is important because having the same things everywhere is not a good look. This is especially true when it concerns color. Having a room filled with the same color is said to be boring. The contrast when there are multiple colors is what makes a room unique and special. However if one is dead set on using one color in a room there are plenty of options when it comes to “Monochromatic” living rooms.
- The use of contrast, specifically between three, or more, colors is often a way to give a room it’s own distinct personality.
- However, monochromatic living rooms are all the rage and considered doable, specifically with neutrals making it all work together.
- Sticking with one hue is the hallmark of a monochromatic living room, although different tones can be used, along with the occasional, color pop added with an accent piece.
“In the design world, having ‘more of the same’ generally does not work all too well as a decorating approach. This is truer in case of color. Filling up a room with the same color is considered both ungainly and bland.”