Who says gray is boring or glum? Deck your home with a monochromatic palette centered around gray. Whether you go for some darker vibes or a lighter look, gray can bring a level of stability to any home decor palette.
Take your monochromatic gray to the kitchen or to the living room. You’ll love the possibilities that come with gray. You can choose a steampunk or an industrial look. Or you can aim for minimalism. Make of it what you wish.
Your mobile home deserves a cohesive design. After all, it’s your home. Your place of rest. A cohesive design brings clarity and peace of mind. Ditch the chaos and take control of your home’s interior appearance.
In this series of articles detailing monochromatic palettes, our aim is to provide you with some inspiration to set you on the path toward a more cohesive interior design.
Monochromatic palettes for your mobile home: goodness gray-cious
But what does a cohesive interior design look like with monochromatic palettes spun out of gray?
We’re glad you asked.
In a monochromatic palette centered around gray, you’ll find balance. It’s far from dull or dingy. While it can be those things if you do it wrong, with the right combination and a clean home, you’re looking at sophisticated flair in your mobile home.
So let’s begin with ideas for your gray-cious palette. Wherever you take your gray, make it work for the cohesive design of your room rather than against.
Industrial kitchen aesthetic
This couple played up their home’s industrial look with a gray palette in the kitchen area.
Alongside cement floors and a garage door (yes, that’s right) with its attendant hardware, stainless steel appliances deck out this kitchen – meaning there’s plenty of gray to go around. Dark gray counters and furniture accent this kitchen against off-white walls.
Classy bathroom aesthetic
Here’s an award-winning monochromatic design by Minosa Design. This bathroom design won Australia’s Bathroom Design and Bathroom of the Year award. The combination of ambient lighting and natural materials brings much to the table. A marble wall contrasted with gray charcoal tiles brings a nice touch of class to this bathroom.
Add a bit of greenery in the form of a potted plant and your bathroom exudes peace and tranquility.
Sophisticated living room aesthetic
In this condo that’s up for rent, you’ll find a sophisticated living room aesthetic that’s hard to pass up. High-rise ceilings with gray molding and walls painted gray jibe well with the lighter gray curtains, furniture, and accent pillows of various patterns. It’s all gray with a pop of color from the warm fire and the coffee table flower bouquet.
Gray palette inspiration for your mobile home
If you liked the options above and see the potential in a gray monochromatic palette, that’s fantastic. We have some palette inspiration for you. Take a look at the following palette inspiration in the form of photos and consider how you can implement them into your interior decor.
Warm gray palette
In this warm gray palette, you’ll find a mix of light and dark grays that conjure a cozy feeling. This palette makes us want to incorporate wool and other textures or patterns into the room. Contrast that set of gray hues with some warmth from wood flooring and a fireplace. Talk about a welcoming room!
For this palette, you’re looking at dark gray-blue and light gray-blue hues. This palette exhibits strength and dignity. Bring it into a master bedroom or a bathroom for a stately look.
Here you have various shades and textures of gray metals. This palette is fantastic for those who desire an industrial look. An industrial or steampunk aesthetic can work well for a utilitarian room or provide a fun look for a living room. If you have exposed pipes in your space, this will play it up in a positive way.
Gray isn’t drab
There you have it — gray isn’t drab, as you can see. Opportunity abounds in the gray monochromatic palette. Give it a chance and take charge of your mobile home’s interior design.
You’ll be glad you did.
As a homeowner, you take pride in your place of residence. Redesigning your home’s interior doesn’t mean you have to change everything drastically overnight. Instead, you can overhaul your look gradually.
Looking for more monochromatic palette inspiration? Check out our tickled pink palette. It’s a far cry from gray, but it’s sophisticated in its own right. For the little girl in your life, a monochromatic palette in pink is hard to pass up. (But don’t restrict it to girls’ rooms! It works well in the bathroom too.)