By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 19:04:27 PM.
The bathroom is a notoriously small room, and in some homes it can be quite tiny. As you choose a paint color, keep size in mind. Tiny rooms will feel even more tiny if they are painted a dark color. You can add the feeling of space to the bathroom with lighter colors, so consider a bright beige or even white if you want the room to feel larger.
Your bathroom should be a cozy retreat in your home, a place where you prepare for your day in the morning and unwind in the evening and the paint color you choose is important. As you consider the hue you want to see each morning while you get ready for the day, keep these tips for choosing bathroom paint colors in mind.
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.
If you enjoy changing up the color of your bathroom decor from time to time, a neutral color, like eggshell or tan, can be a great base for your bathroom. It will match most color schemes you might want to add, saving you from the need to repaint if you want to make a switch. These also can be helpful when the time comes to put your home on the market, because potential new owners can imagine their own colors in the room.
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