By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Color. Published at Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 - 23:32:40 PM.
In a space known so long for its neutral whites and light wood stain colors, it is a bit surprising to see dark shades starting to pick up pace. This includes dark tile flooring, grey painted elegant cabinets, matte black plumbing fixtures and cabinet hardware and even dark painted accent walls.
There are many lighting styles you can use for the vanity area including light bars and wall sconces, but don’t forget about using small pendants as well. They can be an stunning addition. For larger bathrooms, it’s not uncommon to see a chandelier near the whirpool tub or centered in the space for just the right amount of glamour.
Do you spend time in the bathroom putting on your makeup? If you do, you need colors that flatter your skin tones. Peach and pink tones are quite flattering, while gray and yellows or greens are not. This may not be as important for a hall or guest bath, but for your own bathroom, you need to make sure that what you see in the mirror is what others see when you leave your home.
Lighting is everything in a bathroom, and needs to be considered before you choose your wall colors (ideally). For example, yellow bathrooms are risky. When you flip the light switch, you might find yourself standing in what feels like a glass of lemonade – it’s not flattering for your bathroom or your skin! Whenever possible, free up your natural lighting entry points, keeping window treatments to a minimum.
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