Design above courtesey of @goop
From white washed to soft clay-hued rooms, monotone designed rooms have been all the rage on our IG feeds lately it seems. We're loving seeing these fresh looks that feel simplistic and effortless, when in reality it's a very intentional design that takes discipline and restraint. Without going overboard on one color, blending subtle difference in the same palette is what makes this look feel truly rich and layered. Combining shades of white, shades of gray or shades of putty and clay. While the work that goes into finding a sublte palette may take some careful consideration when selecting the perfect pieces, the results are worth the work!
Design above courtesey of @ninatakesh
While keeping the main elements in the room in a similar color range, adding in a few color pops for contrast is key. We love how Nina Takesh used a black coffee table book and pottery in this room above to make the rest of the soft colors stand out even more.
Another key point is while blending pieces of similar color, add interest by mixing up textures. A room may be soft shades of white, but by mixing velvet, wood, fur and acrylic the richness of the layering is what elevates the room from blah to bravo!
Design above courtesey of @boxwoodhomestaging
Want to get the monotone modern look? Here are some of our designers and customer favorite pieces that are impact pieces to build your monotone room upon and some tips on how to add layers while staying in a similar palette.