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Monochromatic – It’s Not Only Black & White

If you only think of black and white when a monochromatic colour scheme is mentioned you won’t be alone; many people believe this to be true and yet you can use any colour and make it monochromatic. All you have to do is choose your base colour and then only use tints and tones that are either lighter , which is achieved by adding white, or darker, which is achieved by adding black. The end results can look extremely stylish; this versatile colour scheme can be used for any decorating motif with great end results.


Furnish Burnish

A grey monochromatic colour scheme is chic and elegant; with colours including silvery tones it creates a beautiful colour palette which is gentle on the eye.



Oozing refined elegance a purple monochromatic colour scheme is visually rich and enticing.


Addison Design

Neutral monochromatic colour schemes work well in any decorating style and motif.



Pretty powdery blues, which culminate in the palest blue-white, is perfect for bedrooms as if create a soft, calming ambience.



Six Impossible Things

Hot pink monochromatic colour scheme brings a fresh contemporary look.



Teal is a combination of blue and green which allows for plenty of colour variation; however, you can also just use tones which are only a touch lighter or darker to create a stunning décor. In theory the bedding should be teal as well, but the room looks fresh and clean with white.


Design Rulz

Using a white monochromatic colour scheme creates a stunning look that is perfect for large open living spaces.


Apartment Geeks

With dark brown as the base this room demonstrates the versatility of using a monochromatic colour scheme.


Elements At Home

Charcoal black and steel greys sit comfortably side-by-side just as any monochromatic colour scheme should.


Elements At Home

With the wide variation of greens, this beautiful rooms should the use of monochromatic colours beautifully.


Ideas for Intenrior

Classical black and white monochromatic colour schemes never go out of fashion.


California Home Design

Bright and refreshing this yellow monochromatic colour scheme is like bringing a burst of sunshine into your home.



Six Impossible Things

The extremes of variations in green are shown in this contemporary bedroom.


Chad Stark

Give your home a retro makeover using a 1970’s orange monochromatic colour palette.


Liz Interior Designing

You can use monochromatic colour schemes in any room of your home, including the bathroom.


Bungalow 1a

Retro black and white oozes chic style when done correctly.

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