10 spaces That show The Power Of decorating With One color

These sensational spaces are proof that the simplest color palette can offer the greatest impact. From dramatic tone-on-tone rooms to softer, monochromatic schemes that incorporate neutrals, we have something for every level of color confidence. Click through to see rooms that rely on one hero color for their bold, beautiful style.

Emerald green dominates in this striking hallway. The rich jewel tone covers every surface, creating a dynamic, camouflage look.

Source: Sadolin

A combination of plum and purple come together effortlessly when showcased in varying textures and objects.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: house & Home October 2012 issue

Designer: Joel Bray

This library features peacock blue as its backdrop, which extends from the crown molding to the custom-made shelves and desk for a lively and powerful statement.

Photographer: Trevor Tondro

Source: Tilton Fenwick

This lakeside Muskoka cottage features an indigo sofa sandwiched between an area rug of the same color, bringing bold style to the space. The varying textures — a denim-like finish on the sofa and woven weaves of the rug — create subtle contrast.

Source: house & Home

Designer: Cameron MacNeil

Create a dramatic backdrop with tone-on-tone walls and curtains, but allow the forefront to ease in with neutrals and a few hints of the matching hue.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: house & Home October 2012 issue

Designer: Joel Bray

A tone-on-tone forest green bed is the focal point of this white-painted bedroom. The natural shade ties in the greenery seen through the windows.

Photographer: Sarah Sherman Samuel

Source: Sarah Sherman Samuel

This 19th century-inspired home overlooks the golden gate Bridge, and pulls its coastal vibes from the surrounding Bay Area. Velvet, stripes, and florals coexist thanks to the seaside blues that encompass every element of the room.

Source: Kendall Wilkinson 

Designer: © 2017 Kendall Wilkinson Design

Varying shades of turquoise add a lively and playful touch to an otherwise standard country home.

Photographer: Tim Furlong Jr.

Source: artisan signature Homes

If you can’t commit to color but want a bold look, consider a graphic black and white palette. A black statement wall adds impact to this two-story studio, while an oversized gold pendant brings dimension to the space.

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White on white can also have a strong presence, as evidenced by this shabby chic room. A gallery wall with hits of black and a rustic coffee table work perfectly with the simple light fixture.

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