7 exceptionally designed monochrome interiors
Orange may be the new black but there is something so distinctive and alluring about the aesthetics of a modern black and white theme, which no amount of creative stereotyping can take away from. The sophisticated elegance of a monochromatic interior comes from the careful impartation of monochromatic elements throughout the interior. The visual balance between the black and white components is essential in every monochromatic interior – too little and too much can create some garish visual effects. Below, let’s look at some exceptionally designed monochrome interiors.
- No holds barred
This monochrome interior is the epitome of everything sleek and sophisticated. From the careful sheer white curtains that let in an amazingly filtered natural light to the ash wood tiling and the careful disposition of each and every black and white furniture component, the detail has been laid out to perfection.
- More White
This interior might be whiter than black but still the overall qualitative measure of monochromatic scheme remains balanced. While white has a breezier, aerated quality, the varied shades of grey hidden within the nooks and crannies strategically balance out the austerity of the overall scheme.
- Cramped for more
The visual clutter within this monochrome interior is all part of the greater design scheme. While most of the space has been designed to the nines, it is the careful doling out of the black and white in all of its strategic glory that stands out the most within the limits of this shared interior space.
- Mirrors and core
This core design aspect of this monochromatic nook is its sheer elegance and the way the color scheme characterizes the space to be better and bigger without causing major tonal dissonance. The looking mirrors with beveled edges deviate the monotony of a contemporary monochromatic scheme and tries to emulate a bit more glamour into the mix.
- Double doors
The best part about this double monochrome interior is its ability to crunch the spatial elasticity and make it its own. The actual application of all monochromatic elements has been carried out in a subtle, underrated tone that makes the space all the more appealing.
- Half black and all white
This interior walks a thin line between too much and too little – while the single wall black application is overwhelming, the designers have balanced out the visual dynamic by harmonizing the other side with all white applications – a literal yin-yang situation.
- Emulating luxury
Black and white, if used correctly in a spacious capacity can seem rather luxurious. There is a very unique visual implication within the projections of a monochromatic scheme that blurs the line between spaciousness and luxury.