Looking to switch up your bedroom door? Monochromatic bedroom design is a big trend for 2021, in part because it’s so easy to achieve. Referring to a color scheme featuring various shades of a single color, monochrome is both stylish and chic. Best of all, you only need to read up on a few tricks to give your room the glam treatment. At Pure Parima, we’re passionate about helping homeowners beautify their master bedrooms using the highest-quality Egyptian cotton sheets and duvets. Our goal is to turn this space into a haven you’ll long to retreat to at the end of the day. Keep reading for our expert suggestions on mastering the art of monochromatic bedroom design.
Tips on Going Monochrome
Think the monochrome look might be right for your bedroom? If so, you might be feeling a little anxious. After all, you want your monochromatic bedroom design to be visually exciting rather than dull or overwhelming. Here are some of our top tips on going monochrome for the first time.
Focus on Texture
When it comes to experimenting with monochrome, texture is extremely important. After all, when you can’t rely on multiple colors to draw attention, texture is a great way to add visual interest and intrigue. Consider enhancing your space with throw pillows in different fabrics, such as velvet, suede, and faux fur. You can also add a fur or chenille throw to the bottom of the bed to give your room that cozy feel. Finally, consider employing shine in the form of finishes, lamps, and candlesticks.
Create Focal Points
Just because your bedroom has a monochromatic design scheme doesn’t mean all the components of the space should blend together. You can create focal points by using darker shades on areas you want to highlight. For example, if your primary color is blue, a navy accent wall could be just the thing to add interest and excitement. Bolder colors are also great for art, accent rugs, and accessories.
Add One Contrasting Piece
Of course, when you’re acting as your own interior designer, you don’t have to follow the rules to a T. If you want to live on the wild side, consider adding a contrasting pop of color to your monochromatic decor. For example, one green accent chair can look perfect in a room where all the other decor is blue. The end result is striking and exciting.
Ideas for a Monochromatic Bedroom
Wondering which color should serve as the main shade for your new master bedroom? Here are some of the most popular options out there.
One of the most common color options for a monochromatic bedroom, white has a clean, simple glamour reminiscent of the finest five-star hotels. At once elegant and restful, white rooms inspire you to clear your mind and relax after a long day. To get started, consider a light wood bed with a tufted headboard. It’s hard to beat clean white sheets such as the ones found in Pure Parima’s Yalda collection. Timeless and sleek, this sateen set features hand-picked fibers and double-hem stitched sheets. As a bonus, it’s made with 100 percent Egyptian cotton, so you can feel confident knowing you’ll stay cool and comfortable on even the warmest of nights.
Not everyone loves the look of a white bedroom. If you prefer darker, more sophisticated shades -- or simply have kids and pets in the house -- gray is a great alternative to lighter bedding options. At once mature and practical, gray sheets are also known to be calming. We especially love the best-selling signature Yalda Collection, which features a soft and lustrous sateen finish. And because gray comes in numerous shades, from dove and ash to carbon and charcoal, you don’t have to worry about running out of decor choices. Add an extra burst of whimsy with silver finishes and a couple black throw pillows. Try our Hira collection in Grey for that modern touch of elegance.
If clean and serene are your goals when it comes to home decor, we recommend using blue as your primary bedroom shade. Choose from a wide array of colors, from periwinkle and robin’s egg to turquoise and aqua, or our Ariane collection in Icy Blue, all of which are believed to soothe the mind. With so many options at your disposal, there’s no chance of getting bored with a blue color scheme.
Trust Pure Parima with Your Home Design
Customers are sometimes surprised to learn that bedding companies often lie about the content of their products. In fact, major retailers have mislabeled products as 100 percent Egyptian cotton when they were actually made from a blend of lesser fabrics. At Pure Parima, we sell only bedding that bears the coveted Cotton Egypt Association seal of approval. From our 100 percent Egyptian cotton sheets to our duvet covers and lumbar pillows, all our items come straight from the Nile River Valley. Our goal is to hold ourselves to the highest standard so you can feel comfortable knowing your family is getting the very best. For more on what we do, call today or shop our selection online.