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Pro Tips For Doing Tone-On-Tone Rooms Right

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Photographed by Suzanna Scott for Lonny.
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Pick a high-contrast accent color to break up the tone-on-tone look. Black and white are great options for most rooms. Small touches, like the black and white spine of a book or a white lightbulb, are all you need to add visual relief to an otherwise-monochrome area.

Minted Artwork; Windy Chien Helix Light in Black; 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.