What is a monochromatic color scheme?

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A monochromatic colour scheme is a method of producing one particular colour of light. White light is made up many colour shades that result from the many wavelengths of interacting waves. Monochromatic light is very pure and does not have distortions or varying shades.
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Monochromatic colour scheme is the colour scheme which uses different shades of the same colour. For example, using dark blue, sky blue, and blue at the same time.
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A monochromatic color scheme uses a single color on most every room surface. In this type of scheme, various darker shades, grayer tones, and paler tints of the main color may ...
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Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones and shades) of a single
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A color scheme using different values of the same color.
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