When people hear “monochrome,” they often think black and white. But 2020 is quickly shaping up to be the year of monochromatic interior design, but with bold colors. Think warm, ’70s-inspired tones and deep, rich jewel tones. These colors are able to create a stylish space without feeling overwhelming. So pick your favorite color and go to town! These monochromatic rooms will inspire you to fall in love with color all over again.
What’s red and red and red all over?
Burnt orange was meant to be made into velvet furniture. A matching wall mural can’t hurt either.
Automatically insert some sunshine into your space with a yellow-hued room.
Head to toe green with Grandmillennial vibes? Count us in.
Not ready for the whole grandma-chic vibe? A soft sage green is a beautiful choice for a monochromatic space.
Blue is said to be one of the most calming colors to use in home décor, according to color psychology. Consider this your safe space.
This amethyst-hued room is modern and beautiful without feeling immature or childish.
Who doesn’t want an all-pink living room? Fun wallpaper and artwork make it an interior designer’s dream.
Warm tones are great for creating a monochromatic room that feels put together and mature.