19 one-color rooms that prove it can be done
monochrome spaces not for the faint of heart.
Published Jun 5, 2016 5:00 PM
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The jury’s still out on whether too much of a good thing is actually, well, a good thing. But when it comes to monochrome color in a room, we’re all for the commitment—it’s impressive! Tell me this red tufted wall and ornate chandelier don’t speak to you.
This corner is from the living room of Jessica Alba’s guest house, proving even celebs are getting in on the monochrome fun.
Chances are, if you favor a minimalist, Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic, you have an all-white space in your home. There’s no denying it’s chic—unless you’re prone to spills and messes.
The color orange isn’t for everyone, but if you DO love it, this is a prime example of how to fill your living space with the burnt hue. The ceiling color really serves as an anchor for the room, further proving you can use this underutilized part of your space to make a real statement.
Pastel pinks are having a moment. Listen to your instincts when it comes to decorating with this trendy color. Of course, our guts are telling us we would LOVE to live in this living room forever. (Because we styled it)!
Decorating with a single hue doesn’t have to be a bold, overwhelming statement. For example, this gray kitchen feels elegant and homey.
If you love all shades of a single color, you can find a way to incorporate all of them into one room. We love how the bright wall color contrasts with the grayish, pale blue wood—and the turquoise sofa, too!
So this green bathroom isn’t really translatable to your own home… But it’s SO cool! Apparently, every room in this L.A. home was spray painted a different color (before being gut renovated).
People get scared of incorporating too much black (or other dark colors) into their homes for fear of making the space look smaller. But how chic does this kitchen look?
The rich oxblood and maroon shades—and textures—used in this living room (from the latest Anthropologie catalogue!) give off regal, elevated vibes.
Decorating a room with a single color doesn’t have to mean splurging on a ton of decor. Choosing the right shade of paint can make all a real impact.
This mustard-brown bedroom is perfect for a bachelor who is sick of the black, white, and gray combo.
Matte gray minimal decor keeps this monochrome sitting area looking fresh, instead of just a random combo of neutral accessories.
This eclectic and ornate style of decorating appeals to a specific aesthetic, but even if this style doesn’t speak to you, you can’t deny this would be a fun room to hang out in. The star table and printed rug are our favorite accents!
Though you’re probably not going to douse your entire living room in a coat of yellow paint, don’t let that stop you from adding pops of the cheery hue to different spaces throughout your home.
Everything about this living room is impeccably designed. From the mint accessories and tufted sofa to the ghost frames painted the same color as the wall and stained floors, we’re in love.
Mixing grays with warm and cool tones gives the room more depth and even a bit of an edge.
Mixing richly-textured greens and a greenish-navy creates a monochrome effect that fosters a moody and mysterious environment.
This deep blue living room accented with light wood and gold decor is an example of how powerful choosing even just a similarly colored sofa and wall color can be.