We’ve looked at monochromatic palettes spun out of colors like green, blue, yellow, and more. But now we’re looking at something a little less obvious. It’s time to take a peek at a more unassuming palette that nevertheless carries its own spice.
Now say hello to neutral in our series on monochromatic palettes for your mobile home. Today we’re showcasing the merits of neutral colors for your home’s decor.
Whether you like bold designs or soft, whimsy styles, we believe a monochromatic palette can serve you well. But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself what going monochromatic can do for your home. Today, that means taking a look at your neutral options.
Monochromatic palettes for your mobile home: neutral
According to Empowered by color, neutral denotes safety and security. It’s part of a conservative mood. Beige, ivory, and cream are some of the colors included in the neutral category.
The writer goes on to explain that if “90% of the room is neutral, then the mood will be neutral. However, if you have just used a couple of neutral items mixed with other colors, the room isn’t predominantly neutral.”
If you’re a little intimidated by matching and mixing colors, a neutral palette is a safe bet. You can accent neutral colors with just about anything.
So neutral isn’t just mentally safe, it’s decoratively safe too.
Why not neutral
So why not neutral? If you haven’t considered neutral before, now’s the time. Give yourself a moment to explore the wonders of neutral colors with us. Neutrality in color brings nature to mind — the soft colors of stone and the various shades of wood.
To get started, let’s explore where neutral monochromatic palettes could best be incorporated. You may be surprised at the elegance and simplicity a neutral palette can bring into a room. Let’s see what we have in store.
There’s no contention or conflict in this bathroom’s aesthetic. Relax in the shower with some of your favorite spa music going. The neutral cream and light browns in various shades and textures make this bathroom a winner. Contrast it with the granite counter and wood sink cabinet and you have yourself a wonderful, chill atmosphere.
There’s magic in a neutral kitchen
Here’s a slew of various kitchens in neutral. They’re minimalist, bright, and cheery. Something we can’t help but point out is how well some greenery pops in a monochromatic neutral environment. There’s much that can be done in a kitchen with a neutral or natural aesthetic. From off-white cabinets to marble countertops and wood floors, it’s a look that’s not hard to pull off.
Monochromatic living room
Now how about bringing that monochromatic neutral into the living room?
There’s something quaint about the neutral monochromatic palette found in this living room setting. The grand curtains, pillows, and carpet contribute to the elegance of a neutral palette. Seeing neutral colors in various shades and textures brings this living room to life.
Neutral palette inspiration for your mobile home
And now it’s finally time to look at the photos we’ve selected to inspire your neutral palette! If you’re not sure about neutral shades, take some inspiration away from the following images. We think you’ll like what we have in store.
Soft beige tabletop
In this palette inspiration piece, you’ll find various shades of beige coming into play. You can bring in a soft light blue accent into a beige room for extra airiness. A touch of burnt orange plays well too, as you can see.
Yes, who knew pasta could prove a delightful inspiration for a monochromatic palette. Take light and darker creamy colors for a delightful palette that will leave you feeling relaxed. We could see this palette taking the spotlight in your bathroom or kitchen.
A nod to the good old days
Here’s a palette that gives a taste of nostalgia. For a farmhouse kitchen, this palette delivers. Beige, light browns, and creamy neutrals complement the colors of dried herbs.
Neutral speaks to an aesthetic
There’s nothing mundane about neutral. Sure, neutral colors derive much from nature, but nature is filled with its own wonders. So don’t run from neutral, embrace it. It showcases some of the best of our planet — such as the ground, the grand mountains, and more.
Speaking of neutral colors, consider our gray-focused monochromatic palette ideas. Gray is far from drab or boring with the right accents and pieces in place. Whatever you choose as the base for your monochromatic palette, make sure it’s something that fits your mobile home’s style. Each household has their own unique likes and dislikes — find out what’s right for your home.