One of the things that defines a Spanish Colonial home is its simplistic, white exterior with little decoration. Usually they have very few decorations on them because during this time period it was important to show equality among social classes and not make one class more privileged than another.
The best way to make a monotone room interesting is through design. Using different textures and shapes, you can create an atmosphere with depth that will not bore the eye. A monotonous room does not have to be boring if it is done correctly!
The beauty of using only one defining colour in your interior design for walls or furniture pieces comes from how creative we are able get when visiting other rooms within our home space. For example, some people may use blues as their focal point while others might choose greens; but no matter what colours they decide on, the space will seem more serene because there isn’t any variation distracting them from the theme at hand.
When it comes to interior design, contrast can be an effective way of adding interest and structure. It is important however that the contrast adds something positive rather than a jarring experience for the viewer.
While some people may think that there are two ways to use contrasting elements in their decorating schemes – either being heavy handed or very subtle- they’ll find out soon enough just how much impact even small doses of difference will have on any room’s atmosphere!
A monotone room can be the perfect canvas for your treasures. Without anything else to distract you, every part of each item is highlighted – from texture and colour variations in fabrics or paint patches on walls all the way down to scratches just below a chair’s seat cushion that tells its story with age. Stylish and beautiful monotone interiors are not easy to execute, but with the help of our vision it will seem like a breeze.