Monochromatic Rooms – a gradient of colorful spaces

Ever find it difficult to commit to a paint color? Some brave souls feel no such fear! Monochromatic color schemes are pretty popular in the hospitality deign world but what about in a residential setting? Can this daring design choice work in real life? Which colors work and which are not making the grade, check out the images below and let us know!

  1. These are perfect rooms to get a sense of what colors a client is drawn to. It makes it so obvious how color affects energy and emotion. I could move right into that blue bedroom — so calming — but I can’t imagine sitting still in the red/hot pink dining room. The bold patters in the yellow and purple rooms break up the expanse of color to make them more livable. Add a shag rug to the white room for texture and it becomes more welcoming. Great post!

  2. Hi Cheryl! That is so insightful! And so very true. I never considered that even though I had a difficult time choosing a red room for the post because I’m not the biggest fan of that color. Meanwhile I found about 5 blue rooms i liked! Thanks for your comment 🙂

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