Choosing a good color is very important. Both for our mental health and for the sake of our home. A good color can hide a lot of flaws and enhance the beauty of the house. A good, strategic color has a significant impact on our mood, behavior, and thoughts. The base color we choose can create the type of vibe and energy we are looking to place in our home. Is itroyalty? Is it positivity? Is it all eccentric energy? No matter what theme or aesthetic, the color makes the biggest difference in your decision.
There are so many different types of color schemes and palettes we can go for. Many go for dark shades of nudes for an incredibly bohemian look. Some go for pastel colors to create a home that embodies soft vibes. And some others go for beautiful shades of blues mixed with white to make them feel like they are on the beach.
On the note of choosing the perfect color palette, why not go for a monochrome color palette? Monochrome homes are not new, but they are few in comparison. Monochrome embraces the idea of using only one color as their main and base. Monochrome color palettes used are in many industrial buildings but also in homes. The purpose of monochrome palettes is usually rooted in the need to create elegance, harmony, and a very clean look.
People often misperceive monochrome as being boring and limited while in reality, it is extremely versatile. If blue were to be your choice of monochromatic color palette, imagine the possibilities you have with all the different shades of blue. From turquoise blue to poolside blue and dark blue, the choices are endless. You can even mix the goods of soft blue shades with darker shades to create contrast.
Psychologically speaking monochromatic palettes in homes have been proven to show calming effects on human behavior. The elegance and clean look of monochromes do have a significant change on how we process our surroundings. Studies show that monochrome homes are easy to read and scan, therefore much less stressful. Things are easily spotted and less hectic on our nerves. It also can be incredibly easy to style depending on your needs and preferences. Whether you are styling for a children’s playroom or a huge living room to make it feel like royalty, the styling choices you have with monochrome is pretty endless.
When decorating your Bandar Botanic/Bukit Tinggi home in monochromatic colors, it is not always about sticking to one shade. It is about mixing and matching with complementary accents. This goes to your furniture and appliances. It does not always have to fit in the scheme but it can break a rule or two to have matching accents.
The classiness of monochrome palettes is unbeatable but this is a style that is not meant for everyone. Some of us like more than one shade of color popping throughout the room.