Blue, it’s everyone’s favorite color! It’s comforting, it’s serene, it’s relaxing and it’s probably the most universally used and versatile color around. But what about when you dip an entire room in a blueberry flavor? Let’s look at some blue monochromatic rooms and what they can do for you!
1. Ombre, Trendy.
We love how this room embraces the ombre theme in a unique way. The decor of this living room uses several blue shades and makes a trendy, inspiring look!
2. Thoughtful, Comfortable.
My personal reading nook and home office is covered in blueberry shades. I find it inspiring, relaxing and always comfortable, just like this fashion-forward nook!
Even a darker blue can be be loud and vibrant, but also very luxurious depending on the accents and styling you choose to incorpate. This fresh, blueberry blue covering the chairs and walls is complimented perfectly by the grand, gold chandelier!
Delicate accents compliment blue just right. Take a look at this breakfast nook for example, it’s got beautiful, subtle charm with such ease!
5. Serene, Inviting.
Look at this kitchen! It’s an oasis and even though there is a wide variety of textures and shades, the monochromatic scheme is such an inviting, serenity.
6. Lush, Artistic.
This space is absolutely incredible. So many artistic pieces are spread throughout this room, and the silver accents only enhance the beauty and lushness of this beautiful shade of blue.
7. Simple, Cozy.
This clean kid’s bedroom is the perfect place for a little one to spend his nights. In a cozy bed, with lots of bedtime stories and covered in a cozy blue color. It’s definitely an easy way to relax the kiddos.
8. Southern, Sophisticated.
Everything has a touch of pretty blue but there’s also a lot of different textures and patterns. This patio is infused with lots of southern charm, sophistication and feminine touches.
9. Shy, Charming.
This hallway and foyer is covered in a shy blueberry tone. It’s inviting, it’s charming and we love how the space embraces such a unique shade of blue. It’s versatile too as you could add any type of accents or colors for compliments!
10. Vintage, Victorian.
You don’t have to just have pink or cream to create a Victorian wonderland. Instead, why not add blue and then accent with Victorian accents and vintage-inspired pieces? Of course, gold always works when this theme is used!