Monochromatic color schemes. The usage of one color in different shades and hues. In order to successfully achieve this look, you need to have a multitude of textures. I adore the bark & natural elements in the above room. The random all white ceramics is also a nice touch to the bookshelf. I plan to do a post about that in the future. It’s something inexpensive and typically the pottery pieces are things you already have at home that can be painted (or at the very least, someone’s grandma has plenty).
I found the below pic on La Dolce Vita’s blog. The designer merged the delicateness of hydrangea flower petals, linen drapery with the comforts of
what I’m hoping is faux fur to the rustic textures of a wooden table & chair stool. I believe the floor is wooden as it appears to be wood planks under the sofa. Painting floors is an easy way to totally transform a space. In this case, it works.
This calming retreat above was done by someone on HGTV. I remember watching the episode just forgot the designer.
who would have thought olive green could look so cool?
Christmas is coming up. I’ll be more than happy to except this armoire. 😀
Love the way they did the wall decal, one of the easiest ways to dress up the walls. Look out for an upcoming post about that as well. Sticking to a monochromatic color scheme doesn’t have to be a bore. Hope these few pictures gave you some inspiration. Be sure to check out more examples in the