Purple connotes royalty. It’s magical, powerful, and luxurious. This enriching color can bring some depth into any room with the right arrangement of furniture and color accents.
Today we’re delving into the merits of monochromatic purple palettes and how to integrate them into your mobile home. If you want some chic or regal style in your home, purple will deliver.
In sprucing up your mobile home, creating a cohesive sense of style and decor is a big win. Craft your look however you please, but your home merits the joys of beauty in color.
Rather than haphazardly bring decor and color into your home, come up with an intentional plan. Make your home shine with the colors you need for your cozy space.
Purple monochromatic palettes
In a monochromatic palette, you find a unifying and grounding color scheme. The palette is spun out of a base color (in this case, the color purple.) From that base color, various shades and hues of the base color are included in the palette.
Monochromatic palettes bring simplicity to your home. And what’s not to love about simplicity? With simplicity in decor, you’re cultivating some of that minimalist design mindset. Keeping life simple makes it easier for you to focus on life while finding peace in a non-chaotic home.
You’ve heard us sing the preaises of monochromatic palettes in the past. So let’s get down to business, and talk about luxurious purple and how it can be incorporated into your mobile home.
It’s great for a royal bedroom, a princess bedroom, and a bathroom that oozes with luxury. But these are just a few options. Feel free to break outside of our suggested ideas here and run with purple in your own way.
For the bedroom, it’s time to think about revamping your color scheme. Say hello to purple. Its majestic strength is worth cozying up to. Bring in some dark purples contrasted with other purple shades in patterns. Hang up some bronze light fixtures and use dark brown furniture for a warm contrast.
Make your master bedroom a royal place to kick back and relax at the end of a long day.
Luscious lavender bathroom
Fancify your bathroom with a lavender color palette. A blushy light lavender purple on your walls will stand up well against some bold purple sinks and accent pieces. With lavender as your main color, your small bathroom won’t feel so claustrophobic. Lighter colors make small spaces look bigger. It can be a welcome illusion.
For an airy, serene sunroom, go for a lilac motif. A light touch of purple in various shades, introduced via different patterns and textures, is alluring. This will make for a whimsical sunroom if you pair it up with an eclectic collection of antique and vintage furniture pieces.
Purple palette inspiration for your mobile home
But enough about the possibilities. If you’re looking for exact palette ideas, look no further. This section is for you. We’re showcasing three different monochromatic palettes for bringing purple into your mobile home. It’s purple at its finest, in our opinion. Who’s ready?
Rich purple, dark hue — this spells interesting palette. Bring some accent lights into the room and consider introducing lighter shades of purple with your room’s accents. We see a pop of brown that pairs well with this bold purple hue.
Now, how about something zany and fun? It’s not for everyone, but if you need a neon pop of purple for a college student’s room or an entertainment room, this color palette delivers. We know there are neon fans out there! This palette is for you. And neon purple pairs well with neon green.
Purple flowers, blue skies
Do you prefer something a little more down to earth? Say hello to this lovely bunch of purple flowers. The image captures various hues thanks to the lighting — it goes from dark to bright purple. Bring in some greens and blues with neutrals for a natural look. It’s hard to look away with this palette offering such a beautiful view.
Purple means business
As you can see, purple can be fun and zany or it can mean business. Whether your taste is for the classy or the vibrant, purple has your back.
If you’re looking for a different color, take a look at our article about pink monochromatic palettes.