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Monochrome is associated with notions of purity and spiritual connotations of absence, stemming from Eastern philosophies such as Zen. In interiors, monochrome is sophisticated, elegant and allows us to feel that our space is uncluttered, giving us room to think and breathe.

It is a well-known fact that colours affect our mood. We get naturally drawn to some colours and are repulsed by others. Since the colours we live in will have an effect on how we feel, think and act, it is very important to choose the right colour scheme for your dining room. Introducing monochrome into your home doesn’t necessarily mean you will have bare walls and floors and everything will be black and white.


Glorious neutrals
White, grey and black represent the neutral palette. These come in an array of shades but they have one thing in common: they allow you to concentrate on textures. And if you are the tactile kind, grey or white wooden surfaces offer the perfect combination of clean and cosy.


 

Warm monochrome
Colours with warm undertones such as reds, oranges, yellows, and browns seem to advance and make rooms appear cosier, because they are radiant. They are perfect for larger spaces and spaces with limited natural light.
A white oak dining table in a white and grey room is the definition of tactile purity but adding reds and browns with chairs and accessories suddenly makes things cosier and creates a number of tiny distractions to keep you occupied.


 

Cool monochrome
Cool colours include purples, blues and blue-greens and are known to have a calming effect. Pure white and grey shades with a hint of blue create a cooling effect. In a room, cool colours recede and create a sense of space. They are perfect for smaller spaces with plenty of natural light. Natural wood adds a touch of warmth, making the space look lived in and in touch with nature.



Super cosy
Brown is an earthy colour evoking strength and reliability. It brings to mind warmth, comfort and security and is often described as natural. The combination of brown and beige is very earthy and to keep it sophisticated, it is important to focus on tactile materials of superior quality, such as natural wood, wool, cotton and silk.



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Monochrome is associated with notions of purity and spiritual connotations of absence, stemming from Eastern philosophies such as Zen. In interiors, monochrome is sophisticated, elegant and allows us to feel that our space is uncluttered, giving us room to think and breathe.

It is a well-known fact that colours affect our mood. We get naturally drawn to some colours and are repulsed by others. Since the colours we live in will have an effect on how we feel, think and act, it is very important to choose the right colour scheme for your dining room. Introducing monochrome into your home doesn’t necessarily mean you will have bare walls and floors and everything will be black and white.


Glorious neutrals
White, grey and black represent the neutral palette. These come in an array of shades but they have one thing in common: they allow you to concentrate on textures. And if you are the tactile kind, grey or white wooden surfaces offer the perfect combination of clean and cosy.


 

Warm monochrome
Colours with warm undertones such as reds, oranges, yellows, and browns seem to advance and make rooms appear cosier, because they are radiant. They are perfect for larger spaces and spaces with limited natural light.
A white oak dining table in a white and grey room is the definition of tactile purity but adding reds and browns with chairs and accessories suddenly makes things cosier and creates a number of tiny distractions to keep you occupied.


 

Cool monochrome
Cool colours include purples, blues and blue-greens and are known to have a calming effect. Pure white and grey shades with a hint of blue create a cooling effect. In a room, cool colours recede and create a sense of space. They are perfect for smaller spaces with plenty of natural light. Natural wood adds a touch of warmth, making the space look lived in and in touch with nature.



Super cosy
Brown is an earthy colour evoking strength and reliability. It brings to mind warmth, comfort and security and is often described as natural. The combination of brown and beige is very earthy and to keep it sophisticated, it is important to focus on tactile materials of superior quality, such as natural wood, wool, cotton and silk.



Get the look with some of our products below:
 

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