Monochrome decor trend edit for a stylish aesthetic

three monochrome decor accessories

Monochrome decor: neutral yet timeless, subtle yet striking. A monochromatic colour scheme still remains one of the most popular interior trends to date, but it can sometimes seem overwhelming to get your head round. So we’re here to help with our monochrome decor trend edit.

Monochrome no longer means just using black and white, so remove the harshness which can be associated with these tones. Then add softness with blushes, greys and patterns. From geometric cushions and edgy furniture to abstract art, the following edit of furniture and homeware has something for all monochrome lovers.

1. Firstly, try pattern clashing

Firstly, add some interest that’s sure to leave your guests talking, with bold patterns and mixed metallics. Try a fabulous printed cushion or rug, such as the Geometrico Velvet Cushion. Put it in a classic monochrome decor colour scheme for a great way to make a statement in a more neutral setting. Add it to on-trend metallics, such as the Storia Lamp, to help bounce light around the room.

a monochrome lamp on a side table next to a grey sofa
Storia Table Lamp, £79; Geometrico Velvet Cushion, £39; both Dwell.

2. Secondly, style up your furniture with monochrome decor

Regardless of the scheme, choosing the right furniture is key – but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Allow your bold accessories to do the talking and complement them with some stylish furniture. Get comfy and stick your feet up on the Paris Corner Sofa. It comes in the perfect shade of grey, but without fading into the background. Add the curvaceous Thea Round Coffee Table and Pouffe for contrast, with its chic metallic finish.

a monochrome coffee table
Thea Round Coffee Table And Light Grey Pouffe Set, £429, Danetti.
a monochrome sofa
Paris Corner Sofa, £2499, Dwell.

3. Thirdly, accessorise by layering monochrome decor pieces

With monochrome, more is more… Layer those accessories to add texture and detail into a more neutral space. Add the muted monochrome decor rug by Lime Lace to your floor. Then accessorise your wall with this stylish poster from Desenio. Fancy, we know! Next, add monochrome decor accessories to your sideboard. The Large Naked Raku Bowl paired with the Eco Mix Vase and Namaste Candle is a game changer.

a monochrome rug
Monochrome Magic Rug, Lime Lace.
a black and white poster
Julia Hallström Hjort Black and White Poster, £10.95, Desenio.
a striped monochrome vase
Large Naked Raku Bowl in Black and White, £280, Micucci Interiors.
a black circular vase with a hole in the middle
Eco Mix Textured Centre Circle Black Vase, £33, Rockett St George.
a white candle on a marble side table
Namaste White Candle, £32, The Positive Company.

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