Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 05:55:58 AM. Interior. By .
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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.
Notice that all four of the monochromatic spaces we've featured are den or study spaces. In an oddly parallel way, an allover color scheme really lends itself to a single-minded activity such as working, studying, or movie watching. It goes without saying that you'll want to select your color wisely, but we're saying it anyway. This is a situation where a little research into color psychology would be very wise. Also worth noting is that monochromatic interiors rarely use a true hue, but rather a shade softened by a little bit of grey or brown.
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