At this point, it's a safe bet that you've tried mixing prints, contrasting colors, or pairing complementary tones and textures in your home. And while we love a good multi-hued, multi-patterned room, there's a new decorating trend that we're learning to embrace: bedrooms designed entirely with variations of one color. Otherwise known as: the tone-on-tone bedroom.
(Lonny / Jason Michael Lang)Alexis Swanson Traina's weekend escape in the Napa Valley is rife with over-the-top decor such as latticework wall treatments and antique Asian screens. This guest room, however, sports a seafoam-on-seafoam motif that, while admittedly ornate, imparts a cohesive frostiness that seems to glow.
(Lonny / Julia Lynn)Designer Angie Hranowsky's spunky Charleston home is punctuated with pops of pink, but nowhere is the rosy hue more prominent than in her sophisticated Master. Varying shades of blush adorn the walls, windows, floors, and bed, creating an elegant retreat that is at once airy and cozy.
(Lonny / Patrick Cline)The jewel in the crown of monotonal design, a white-on-white palette is a foolproof way to imbue your bedroom with pin-worthy appeal. It's not as easy as it looks, though—white comes in all different versions, so be sure to choose similarly cool or warm iterations of the crisp color for every element of your room.