Sure monochromatic living rooms need not be restricted to white alone. But white is undoubtedly one of the best colors to use in public spaces as it gives the room a relaxing modern appeal and a pleasant environment.
Half-shelves that delineate space between the living room and dining area wooden partitions that add sculptural charm and drapes that give you a flexible alternative – make sure your décor does not hinder the flow of light.
Turning a Scandinavian style living room with modern aesthetics into a monochromatic space should not require plenty of work. It is arguably the easiest style to work with for those trying to create a lovely monochromatic living space in white.
Loft bedrooms reading nooks and even small mezzanine levels with additional areas are often the preferred choice. This allows you to create additional square footage that was previously non-existent and for those who are just getting their first apartment (alone or as a couple) this is more than sufficient.
You can either choose to keep the wood as it is or paint it in white or off-white to ensure that the room is even more bright and cheerful. For those fretting about adding darker tones of wood to the living room on a more permanent basis you can turn to décor additions like the coffee table side table or even a lovely accent wall section.
You feel like travelling into a different portal with this cool shelf which can store everything from your books and magazines to small accessories and a few carefully placed vases here and there! It feels whimsical and still modern; a cabinet that you will undoubtedly cherish for years to come.