Camille Styles

9 Tips for Mastering Tone on Tone Decorating

June 6th, 2017

If you’ve ever tried to create a monochromatic space then you probably already know that it can be challenging: how do you keep things in a restrained palette without having a room look boring, contrived, or just plain… plain? We met up with pro decorator and Style Director of The Mine Eddie Ross to talk about his approach to tone-on-tone decorating. According to Eddie, if you’re going to limit color variation then it’s important to pump up the variation when it comes to texture and pattern. He also suggests mixing different styles of furniture for a more sophisticated space. We are in love with this summery blue-on-blue bedroom he created using products from The Mine. “This is the first space I designed and shot in my new role as Style Director,” says Eddie. “In master bedrooms, it can be difficult to have a space that is both masculine and feminine, but by focusing on design that is calming, modern and organic the outcome is the best of both worlds. The range of products we offer allowed me to create a layered and beautiful bedroom by using tone-on-tone blues and natural textures.” Eddie’s decor style is effortless, eclectic, and uncalculated. Scroll down to see how he created this serene space using just shades of blue and neutral tones:

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1 Comment under :: 9 Tips for Mastering Tone on Tone Decorating
  1. Thanks for your post on tone on tone decorating, I haven’t had white walls since I was in my twenties living in rentals but lately have been feeling for white walls with a strict color palette of black, white and neutrals. I blogged about it last week but still making the case to myself.

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