By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Color. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 09:04:27 AM.
Lighting is everything in a bathroom, and needs to be considered before you choose your wall colors (ideally). For example, yellow bathrooms are risky. When you flip the light switch, you might find yourself standing in what feels like a glass of lemonade – it’s not flattering for your bathroom or your skin! Whenever possible, free up your natural lighting entry points, keeping window treatments to a minimum.
In the modern neutral bathroom, an accent wall is the sparkle that sets the space on fire. It is the defining statement of personal style and character. It is the focal point that greatly determines the mood and look of the bathroom. If you want to create a gorgeous impact on the floor, then I would look at adding ceramic or porcelain graphic tiles to the space. With bold patterns and colors, it is a cost-effective way to make any space a show stopper. But remember, it’s just not for the floor!
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.
The new neutral will have to make way for some organic colors of nature–greens, blues, and warm browns. Expect to see more attempts to bring the outdoors indoors through plants, flowers, and even grass. As for materials–brick, reclaimed wood, and natural stone will find more uses in the bathroom.
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