A classic palette, reimagined.
Neutral color themes are beloved for being straightforward and quite approachable. Neutrals are easy to coordinate, simple to adapt, and they pair with a nearly unlimited variety of accent colors. Grayscale interiors offer just the right amount of challenge, especially when it comes to striking balance between light and dark elements.
A black and white palette is timeless and classic, with endless possibilities from subdued to statement-making. Whether you’re color-phobic or color obsessed, you’re guaranteed to fall for these black and white spaces.
STUNNING HOME OFFICE
With this, you could perform better since you are in your comfort zone and you will be more relaxed despite the pressure from work.
ADD LOTS OF PICTURES
Pictures are hung in precise rows and columns that emphasize order and symmetry. Look wonderfully match with all the vibes.
In the bedroom, the grayscale color theme is made exciting by using diverse textures.
Exquisite gray kitchen and dining area with sparkling pendant lighting and zig-zag monochrome pattern is enough to make this a good place to hang.
The soft shade particularly shines in the living room, as it allows art, furnishings, and other accents to take center stage.
For a natural yet edgy aesthetic, picking the right neutral anchor color is key, it also hits the monochrome sweet spot between light and dark.
THE GREEN TOWER
One thing about grayscale, when color is added, like the blossoms in the centerpiece below, it does pop.
If you’re going for a white countertop, contrasting it with a dark shade will have the most striking effect. The gleaming marbled surface here looks stunning against the deep-hued cabinets.
If a more dramatic, cosmopolitan Scandinavian look is what you seek, don’t stray from gray, black and white. For just a dollop of warmth, try including one or two small key pieces in brown or a wood tone.
LUXURY SHOW HOMES
Mix and match. Headboard fabric and wallpaper from the same manufacturer line but in different colors give this bedroom its polished look. Go for a fairly subtle monochrome repeat pattern, as shown here or really up the ante with bright colors and a bold design.
BRIDGE TWO PATTERNS
A solid band of color can help two clashing patterns work together. Here, the checkerboard floor and figurative wallpaper would lose impact if placed side by side.
The two are as different as day and night, and the result is dramatic.
What do you think? Does grayscale work for you or is the lack of color off-putting? If you answered ‘yes’ to the first part of that question, you’ve come to the right place.