By Muriel Sylvestre. Bathroom Color. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 23:55:48 PM.
There is a certain unwavering appeal to the natural and organic for our well being. This is why we are drawn to things like aged flooring, weathered tiles, and vintage plumbing fixtures. Homeowners are looking to create some of that natural feel to make the bathroom more relaxing.
The beauty of a warmer neutral is that it won’t dominate the space, leaving plenty of room for patterns and colors in your towels, shower curtain, tile, etc… Unlike pure white, however, these options still offer a bit of warmth and personality. Neutral colors also tend to help a bathroom feel larger, which in most cases is beneficial.
The main fixtures in your bathroom, such as the toilet, sink and tub, are all likely white. Dark colors can complement this well and create a pleasing contrast. While you may not want to paint your bathroom black, especially if it is a small space, you can create a pleasing look with a deep blue or rich burgundy.
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.
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