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A MELBOURNE HOME WITH THE WINTER BLUES

Grey and white living room in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog

Don’t let the serene white rooms of this Melbourne home fool you – the formal living room contains more than just a splash of blue. Although unexpected, the rest of the home prepares you for this bold interference with touches of blue bringing all the rooms together. Although the production of this home tour emphasized the room’s dramatic monochrome, the layered shades of blue feel warm and inviting rather than cold with such a dark and varied group of shades.

Modern dining room with burgundy chairs in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog

The burgundy chairs in this minimalist dining room really make the room for me. The kitchen below is also one of my favorite parts of this home tour, with the sleek (although impractical) mirrored vent hood and the skylight we get just a sliver of at the top of the shot.

Modern kitchen with mirrored hood in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog
Dramtic monochromatic blue living room in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog
Monochromatic blue fireplace mantel in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblogDramatic monochromatic blue living room in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog

I love the idea of a room in one jewel-toned shade – emerald, ruby, or sapphire like this one. Would you ever go all-in with one color in your living room?

Oversized blue painting in a white and blue Melbourne home on @thouswellblog(via Vogue Living Australia)

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1 Comments

  1. Lynne wrote:

    It’s interesting to see concepts like this. One colour rooms is not for me, though I do like to keep the palette restricted to about 3 where possible for a less busy look 🙂

    Posted 12.25.15

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