Comfort & Joy No.7 - How to do monotone

How we use colour, or the lack of it

Charcoal works well with the natural tones of linen or plain ivory linen.

Above you can see a Paris Rose Black Cushion which is available to order through the C&R Made to Measure service. In the background, Meggernie Black cushions. 

 There is little more pleasing than white with

accents of antique blacks & greys.

With interesting p
rops and accessories - charcoal and grey in the form of downpipe paint by farrow and ball & black Hatley wallpaper from Cabbages & Roses make perfect monotone combinations. 

Langton Street monotone
An entire room with no more than three variations of off white with accents of black and charcoal.

Blind in Toile de Poulet. Bed head in C&R Plain Beige 

Simple but effective and very very calm.

Accessorised interestingly with an ecclectic collection of objects, monotone need never be dull. 

A collection of monotone cushions from left:  Jolly stripe, Plain natural linen, Hatley in charcoal
All cushions can be ordered from
Cabbages & Roses

Subtle tones in the form of Paris Rose quilted bedspread and Toile de Poulet curtains

Downpipe paint by Farrow and Ball 
Skimming stone by Farrow and Ball
Sea Grass

All you could possibly need to finish your interior

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