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One of a Kind: The Monochromatic Color Scheme

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Ready to take on the monochromatic trend, but not so sure about color? Meet in the middle with a neutral hue in many different shades. Add dimension and comfort with lots of luxurious textures and sheens—suede, flocked velvet, chenille—and just a hint of pattern in a classic paisley like Aviva – Natural.

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Create a warm, enveloping space to cozy up in by using deep chocolate throughout an entire room. Although dark hues tend to make an area feel smaller, using one color throughout the room actually makes it appear more spacious. With a monochromatic scheme in a dark hue, we recommend masculine fabrics like Expedition – Espresso and a light area rug.

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If purple is the color of royalty, then you’ll be feasting like a king in a dining room fit with violet silk taffeta drapery, deep eggplant leather walls and regal damask upholstered seating. Because this color is so saturated, we recommend keeping the prints subtle like Clarke & Clarke’s Splendore.

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We’re infatuated with designer Steven Gambrel’s Manhattan living room, a vision in blue. From the Stanton club chairs and tufted suede sofa to the seafoam walls, the oceanic hues of this space provide a sense of calm & tranquility. We suggest breaking up solid blues with a neutral like Kravet’s Everson – Coast.

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