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How to create a tone-on-tone room


by Milly

Say hello to tone-on-tone, the latest interior technique. The idea is simple: choose one or two colours and then layer complimentary colours on top. Follow these three simple steps to create your unique tone-on-tone space.

1. Hue on hue

The beauty of this trend is that you can build a tone-on-tone space starting with any colour. Then again, if you already have a statement piece, be it a sofa, artwork or wallpaper design, pick out a colour to get started. In need of some inspiration? Check out DesignSeeds for scrumptious tone-on-tone colour palettes.

Yellow and pink tones create this dreamy living room abode. Ideal Home Show #GHRoomsets Stylist @katemcphee @goodhomesmag

2. Gallery on gallery

Create a gallery wall themed around your colour palette. Try mixing and matching different styles and periods of art. Also, layering your gallery around the corner of a room can add depth to your tonal space. Get started with prints from The Edit - our carefully curated collections, perfect for gallery walls.

3. Texture on texture

Textures add extra interest and depth to a space. Carefully considered soft furnishings and patterned ornaments give the tone-on-tone scheme a warming, inviting feel. A patterned rug adds the perfect finishing touch to your harmonised room.


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