Get Yourself Inspired With These Amazing Achromatic Interior Designs

It’s a well-established fact that “black and white” is always in style when it comes to interior designing – and as an extension, the achromatic theme has become an especially beloved genre of both clients as well as designers. It boasts a light, elegant and sophisticated aesthetic that never fails to please the eye. So today, we’ll be looking at 5 achromatic interior designs that just might inspire you to renovate your own home according to this theme.


1. A neo-classic take on BnW

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Usually, the achromatic theme is carried out in sleek, glossy material palates with a highly modern touch. However, this distinctly unique interior design features a neo-classical take on this contemporary theme and owns it completely. From the tufted, stylistic sofa to the traditionally patterned area rug, everything is remarkably individualistic.


2. With a pattern overlay

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Usually, interiors of the monochromatic or achromatic variety tend to be extremely monogamous when it comes to material finishes. The most visual dynamic you see is a particularly shiny high gloss laminate. However, this achromatic kitchen design with the patterned under-cabinet laminate brings a whole new aesthetic to the entire ambiance by being playful yet sophisticated at the same time.


3. Only stark white

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Frosty white – better known as stark white – is a color that has a highly futuristic impact. Any time you step into an interior design carried out in this particular shade of white, it automatically feels as if you’re stepping on some Star Wars battleship. So the achromatic bedroom design in this image is also extremely austere because of the white – like you’ve entered your very own intergalactic ship.


4. With a traditional edge

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Achromatic interior designs with a traditional edge can look completely charming given the right context. This image shows a wainscoted feature wall a la contemporary aesthetic. The combined use of sleek materials and backlighting give the entire look an edgy appeal that goes great with its hybrid aesthetic.


5. A light take on grey

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Greys and whites always make the best interior design color palates. Therefore, this sleek, minimalistic, lightly retro style dressing room cum walk-in-closet looks absolutely