By Alair Aubel. Living Rooms. Friday, September 08th 2017, 18:16:42 PM.
This room incorporates shades of grey into its color palette. This room is relatively smaller, and the monochrome colors make it seem more spacious and homely. A black marble accent wall behind a modern fireplace is a unique twist on the classic chimney, while the expressive paintings on the wall make the room look interesting. The wooden floor subtly enhances the monochrome colors by being a bit of a contrast.
Let’s start with an uplifting pastel design. This cheerful white living room uses pale yellow as a primary accent, with many colors of the rainbow appearing throughout. The layout is open but wraps around a central volume in an L-shape for better division. Abundant windows don’t sacrifice any privacy at all thanks to the huge hedges outside. Stunning feature lighting guides the eye from one functional area to the next. Here, the sofa arrangement basks in the light of the Skygarden lamp by Marcel Wanders. Artwork behind the dining table incorporates some of the colors found in the living room.
Do you look at the world in black and white? Usually that can be a bad thing, but in interior design, it is a very good thing. Monochrome doesn‘t mean boring, when expertly applied, this design concept can be executed in a manner that brings a living room to life. There are countless ways to use these colors in a way that is interesting and engaging. We have gathered thirty living rooms that display this to perfection and incorporates this color palette in different ways. Do you see the world in black and white (and a few shades of grey)? Make your vision a reality, and have fun.