By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 16:48:37 PM.
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.
This is a bathroom remodeling project my handyman business did for a customer. As the client traveled a lot, we worked with a decorator to help them pick colors quickly. The customer wanted blue, and with the help of the decorator, he picked a sky blue. However, bathrooms can be baffling, and even with the help of a decorator, the most careful planning doesn't always work.
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.
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.
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