19 February, 2016

Hamptons Chic in Black & White









 Chic in Black & White by Coastal Style Blog



Trend Alert : Monochrome

Black and white is such a timeless look that it never goes out of fashion. And because this look bears all the hallmarks of classic chic, it’s a good long-term style investment. Shops too are generally well stocked with items that are either black or white, so there is always an abundance of options to choose from when it comes to both fashion and interior decorating.

Monochrome decor is sophisticated, smart and chic! The simple two-tone colour base allows plenty of scope to play with pattern, shape and texture. Black adds depth and interest to a white interior and grounds the scheme.


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What’s black, white, and bold, and on a high street near you? You guessed it – monochrome.
In fact, monochrome is such a timeless look it almost never goes out of fashion. And because this look bears all the hallmarks of classic chic, it’s a good long-term style investment.
Not to mention that since most of us already have black and white in our living spaces and wardrobes, it’s one of the easiest trends to accommodate! Shops too are generally well stocked with items that are either black or white, so there is always an abundance of options to choose from when it comes to both fashion and interior decorating.
Monochrome interior design
Monochrome decor is sophisticated, smart and chic! The simple two-tone colour base allows plenty of scope to play with pattern, shape and texture, with the added benefit of clean lines to help create sharp definition. Take the sharply defined lines of white walls featuring black frames. Or white walls as a backdrop to black furniture. Now just add black and white accessories!
Monochrome’s grey area
With this black and white trend, there is a grey area … grey can soften the overall sharpness of a black and white palette, such as in the couch, a throw, or cushions. Fabric elements such as these add texture, which helps to create depth.
And there’s definitely still a place for colour when designing monochrome interiors! In fact adding a splash of colour to a black and white theme can freshen it and add appeal. Keep it simple with one colour, or tones of one colour, and it’s hard to go wrong!
TIP Colourful artwork can make a real statement within a black and white interior.

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What’s black, white, and bold, and on a high street near you? You guessed it – monochrome.
In fact, monochrome is such a timeless look it almost never goes out of fashion. And because this look bears all the hallmarks of classic chic, it’s a good long-term style investment.
Not to mention that since most of us already have black and white in our living spaces and wardrobes, it’s one of the easiest trends to accommodate! Shops too are generally well stocked with items that are either black or white, so there is always an abundance of options to choose from when it comes to both fashion and interior decorating.
Monochrome interior design
Monochrome decor is sophisticated, smart and chic! The simple two-tone colour base allows plenty of scope to play with pattern, shape and texture, with the added benefit of clean lines to help create sharp definition. Take the sharply defined lines of white walls featuring black frames. Or white walls as a backdrop to black furniture. Now just add black and white accessories!
Monochrome’s grey area
With this black and white trend, there is a grey area … grey can soften the overall sharpness of a black and white palette, such as in the couch, a throw, or cushions. Fabric elements such as these add texture, which helps to create depth.
And there’s definitely still a place for colour when designing monochrome interiors! In fact adding a splash of colour to a black and white theme can freshen it and add appeal. Keep it simple with one colour, or tones of one colour, and it’s hard to go wrong!
TIP Colourful artwork can make a real statement within a black and white interior.

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