Photographed by Suzanna Scott for Lonny.
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Some advice for nailing the latest color trend in interiors? Keep it in the family. Rather than relying on lots of different hues to make a statement, tone-on-tone spaces make use of just one color or family of colors, to striking result. And the best part is, with the right guidelines, you can achieve the look no matter your chosen hue.

So to show us how to do tone-on-tone right, we connected with inspiring stylist and creative consultant Bianca Sotelo. Here she shares her rules of thumb to make the effect feel layered, not one-note, and designs a dramatic tonal room that has us feeling the blues—in the best way possible.

Elsie Green Large Glass Demijohn; Elsie Green Antique Bench; Minted Artwork; Windy Chien Helix Light in Black; Minted Artwork; Flaneur Linen Duvet in Beluga; Burke Decor Designer’s Guild Bloomsbury Rose Indigo Throw Pillow; Room & Board Velvet Pillow in Olive; West Elm Belgian Flax Linen Twill Throw in Blue Teal; Benjamin Moore Dark Teal Paint for Wall.