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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Simplify colourColours have the power to calm or complicate your decor — and your life. Choosing a monochromatic palette is a great way of taking guesswork out of decorating and leaves options for future colour injections. Textures are important in one-color interiors. This all-white room has plenty from whitewashed timber walls and painted parquet flooring.
FurnitureThe furniture set up can include only the essential pieces with streamlined shapes and neat designs. If upholstered, the fabrics are solid and subdued in colour and can have shiny surfaces. ColourWhite is used predominantly on walls, floors and in furniture and accessories. Greys and monochromatic tones are used frequently too. Bright colours are usually introduced only as accents and are kept to a minimum.