Monochrome interiors are timeless and rich!

Your decorating style could be midcentury, Art Deco or minimalist, but the boundaries of black, white and gray will allow for vibrant flourishes.

Monochrome Design

Going monochrome doesn’t mean abandoning color. Grays can range from sea-green and lilac hues to brown tones that resemble pebbles. For brighter colors, it’s easy to combine pale or bleached floors with hits of natural greenery.

Just think, designing with monochromatic colors means no more figuring out how the pattern on an upholstered chair will go with the color of the walls.

With a limited palette, you can mix pieces from different decades, add patterns and layer textures.

Also a monochrome décor doesn’t dictate a style but remains simple and sophisticated, offering an effective way to show off any bold accessories you desire.

“My design style is Effortless and Enduring. Decorating should never be stressful or overwhelming. Let me show you a more laid-back approach to interior design… as well as a way to create rooms that can stand the test of time. I love designs that are classic, but with elements of current style to keep the look fresh.”

If you would like some new design ideas for your home, contact me today! I’ll help you discover a fresh new look that will transform the appearance of any (or all) of your rooms!

Leslie Sarmiento, Your Personal Interior Decorator

Home Decor, Home Furnishings, Interior Design, in Kingwood, TX 77345, Humble, TX 77396, Atascocita, TX 77346, Conroe, TX 77304, Houston, TX 77044, Montgomery, TX 77316

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