1,187 monochrome Home Design Photos

Make it monoGeometric designs can be used generously to create a strong and smart look, but for an elegant mood, stick to a simple palette. Here, monochrome means geometric patterns can be worked in everywhere, from the balustrade to the blinds and cushions, without overload.
“Fire” — lucierobinson
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Eric Aust Architect
9 Reviews
Clasen Residence
Accent with colourZesty yellow accents will instantly lift a monochrome palette if it’s looking too stuffy for your design taste buds. Just a fizz of yellow towels and accessories will update the bathroom for a fresh
“Floors tile sink” — tammyagosts
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
15 Reviews
Historic Schoolhouse Loft
Go monochrome Far from disappearing into the woodwork and architecture, these window shutters stand out. They have been painted in a dramatic inky black for maximum contrast. After all, while shutters are there to do a job, they are also a decorating feature in their own right - a fact that is easy
“Half shutters” — J Weir
The Myers Touch
1 Review
Indoor Outdoor
Opt for monochromeThis dark floor makes a really strong base for this pure white kitchen, grounding the units and helping the sculptural elements to stand out.
“Alternative layout to island and breakfast bar if space allowed” — jennie141
Turner Pocock
London Mews House
Join the monochrome setIf black and white rock your world, black is a clear winner for picture frames. This casual array of framed photographs is a cool statement on
“Frames” — xkttranx
MintSix Boutique Homewares & Styling
Residential Interior Design Project
keeping things lively, on trend and gender neutral. The stripes on this bedcover are repeated in the wall decor. Achieve the same effect on a wall with monochrome wallpaper or created painted stripes with masking tape and emulsion.
“cute” — andeemcd
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Bring in a pop of colourFor colour fans, this takes the previous idea to the next level. Painting a vibrant band down the middle of a monochrome staircase looks great, and tying the colour in with the frames of the black-and-white photos above is a masterstroke.
“Picture frames” — amfsaleh
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
retroThink like a teenager and dare to be different. Make an impact with funky geometric wallpaper and matching pops of orange that demand attention. Monochrome accents would usually add a more subdued edge, but when they come in the shape of zebra heads and badger cushions? Not so much.
“wallpaper” — d457
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