By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Color. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 15:59:49 PM.
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.
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.
Homeowners love the change to warmer accents with the brass/gold toned bathroom fixtures versus the traditional shiny polished chrome which conveys a more cool, modern, and sleek feel. Offered in new finish options like in satin, matte, and spun gold this subtle change is just what was needed to add that classic traditional element to any space. With the added bonus of keeping fingerprints and water spots hidden. This warmer tone has become the accent pieces of a room, with complimenting hardware, light fixtures, and mirrors as well.
One of the most important things to remember when choosing a bathroom paint color is to test your paint colors and view them often before making a final decision. This is important because many bathrooms don't get natural sunlight and paint colors look very different between morning and night, and in natural versus artificial light.
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