A Fresh Take on the Monochrome Color Scheme

The monochromatic palate has been done so many times in so many different ways that it can be hard to pull a refreshing take on it. But today, we’ve got 5 interior designs that can be your inspiration for a fresh take on this color scheme! Let’s take a look:

 

1. All-bold choices

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This living room looks absolutely divine with the creative allocation of all the blacks and whites. The sectional with the black seats and white outlining is especially an attractive feature that goes quite well with the bold white media wall and the plain ceiling. However, what really sets the tone of this monochrome interior design is the gorgeous and uninhibited view through the windows!

 

2. Accessorizing with patterns

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Accessorizing with patterns is always a must when you’re working with a bold monochromatic theme. This image shows how a strategically selected pattern can completely define the way you can perceive a space. Had it not been for this unique bed sheet, the entire aesthetic of this bedroom may have turned out to be completely different!

 

3. Bold black backsplash

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Black and white are totally basic, but that doesn’t mean anyone can use them in a refreshing manner. However, this kitchen design is one of the best ones you’ll ever see. In the midst of an all-white laminate and countertop fusion, there’s the bold, black backsplash that exudes a ton of charisma. The overall effect of this unique combination is quite impressive.

 

4. Furnishing out of the box

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Typical monochromatic interiors are all about using those classic furniture pieces, but if you want a fresh take on this aesthetic, you need to set yourself apart in this category. Take a look at this dining nook; the space-age style furniture is reminiscent of the 60s, yet still futuristic enough to seem timeless. Selecting unique furniture can make all the difference between done-that and I-want-that!

 

5. Use your landscape

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Singapore real estate is notorious for space shortage, so you cannot exactly have a customized garden. However, you can make use of the landscape of your surroundings to complement your monochrome color scheme. The bright sky and sprawling city in this image make for a great backdrop against the monochromatic interior of this home.

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