Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 19:30:53 PM. Interior. By Yannick Toinette.
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We'll finish with the master suite, because it's just plain beautiful. This is the only other space in the apartment featuring that dreamy blue-green tone from the living room, but it appears here as a richer, deeper version. The custom canopy is undeniably grand, but the bed itself is a rather low, contemporary number, and the bedside tables are petite as well. That kind of contrast keeps things modern, and makes this a room for living in rather than merely looking at.
You might think that the easiest color palette to develop in your space would be monochromatic, but that isn't necessarily true. Your color variations need to be chosen carefully in order to get the look you want. Too similar but not identical, and they may clash; too dissimilar, and they won't connect. The phrase "same same, but different" comes to mind here. Monochromatic doesn't have to mean safe or simple either.
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