By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Monday, November 13th, 2017 - 19:23:41 PM.
A room doesn’t have to be drenched in bright colors for it to look posh, trendy and chic. White Dove offers a clean look without being too sterile. If you have other pieces in your room with more color, it makes a perfect neutral backdrop. White Dove also looks great in entry rooms, hallways, mud rooms and living rooms.
Warm copper tones in the en-suite bathroom echo the bronze window casings on the exterior of the house. Underfloor heating in this room, and elsewhere in the house, is powered by a combination of an air source pump, solar hot-water panels and an energy-efficient gas boiler.
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.
This poolside bath is the perfect spot for a quick rinse-off after a dip, without ever losing sight of the jaw-dropping city views below. Echoing colors from the home’s exterior, a palette of cream, and chrome reflects the homeowners’ indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
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