Monochrome: Does it work for you?

Abstract Photography: Woodhouse 3 by Nat CoalsonI’ve always loved the effective use of well-coordinated, monochrome interiors.

I also make a lot of monochromatic art, such as the image to the right.

Monochrome simply means one hue (aka color or ‘chroma’).

A monochrome design can use varying shades—lighter and darker tones or values of the same hue—to create visual interest.

A pure monochrome scheme can have a very serene, calming, zen-like effect. To add sizzling sparks of visual energy, accentuate the design with pops of contrasting color.

Apartment Therapy recently published an article about monochromatic interiors along with some great images.

You can read that article here >

So what do you think? Do you like monochrome treatments? What are your favourite hues to use in monochrome designs?

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