Did you know that the blues aren’t all bad? Today we’re rolling out the first in our series on monochromatic palettes for your mobile home. It’s our hope that these articles will provide ample color inspiration for your next room makeover.
Giving your mobile home a fresh look can be the start of good things. Before you know it, the home makeover bug will get to you. And as a result, your entire home will gain a fresh look. Little by little, room by room, you’ll be able to bring cohesive style and color to each space in your home.
Within this series, we’ll showcase the concept of monochromatic palettes centered around a color hue. In today’s article, blue takes the spotlight.
Monochromatic palettes for your mobile home: I’ve got the blues
Now let’s talk about the benefits of the color blue. Blue is the color of the sea, the sky, and the feelings of calmness and serenity. The benefits of blue come in the calming and stable effect brought on by the color.
Additionally, blue can bring about icy and distant vibes as well.
It’s often non-threatening. Studies show that people are more productive in blue rooms. If you’re working on a library or study room, painting it with a monochromatic blue flair would be great.
But enough of that. Let’s look at where the monochromatic blue palettes can shine.
How to bring on the (right) blues into your mobile home
We’re going to show you how to bring on the right blues into your mobile home. Because let’s just say it — the sad blues are not permitted in your mobile home. The following sections focus on where blue can be incorporated into your mobile home.
The dramatic living room
For the dramatic living room, this example provides a sense of class and style. The various shades of blue come together in a dramatic way, contrasting with white. A white ceiling with fancy trim makes this room shine.
Master bedroom seaside
If you’re looking for a seaside getaway, bring it into your bedroom. This master suite brings the soft hues of blue into the palette. It’s serene and relaxing. The seas beckon to your from within the walls of your own room — imagine that.
Bathroom for the high seas
Make waves with this turquoise bathroom. The monochromatic color scheme plays well while alternating white. It’s a fresh and clean look with a peaceful aesthetic. If your master bedroom is strutting the sea vibes, then it makes sense to dress up the master bathroom in like manner.
Blue palette inspiration for your mobile home
Now let’s look at various blue monochromatic palettes for your mobile home inspiration. These palettes serve as inspiration. Use what you like, leave out what you don’t. And remember — this is just a sampling of what’s out there for blue monochromatic options.
Here’s an icy color palette if that’s more your vibe. This would be great for a minimalist aesthetic. Give it a try and seek out colors that barely vary from one another to keep it simple. As you can see, the hues here are borderline white.
A taste of the Alps
Check out the hues of the Alps. This monochromatic palette could pair well with golden oranges and pinks — or maybe even deep forest green. Give yourself some fresh mountain air with this color palette inspiration. Not a bad sense of serenity and peace, right?
The mountains call. Bring them into your mobile home.
The sight of the sea
Off the coast of Costa Rica, this ocean scene was captured. the blues range from a periwinkle shade down to a deep royal blue. Pair it with some cream colors or even white or black. You’ll love the cozy, sereness that is brought from this palette.
Take on the blues, give them new life
As you can see, we don’t want to chase away the blues. The blues as displayed above are something to cultivate and keep. Whether it’s high elegance or glassy seas, blue is in and ready to dress up your home. Bring it into the bathroom, the master bedroom, or even the living room. Watch your home turn into a perfect getaway from the toils of the day-to-day grind.
We mentioned color palettes for the bedroom. For more helpful ideas to cultivating a relaxing bedroom atmosphere, check out what we have to say in our rest and relaxation series.