By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Friday, January 19th, 2018 - 22:21:07 PM.
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.
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.
Do you spend time in the bathroom putting on your makeup? If you do, you need colors that flatter your skin tones. Peach and pink tones are quite flattering, while gray and yellows or greens are not. This may not be as important for a hall or guest bath, but for your own bathroom, you need to make sure that what you see in the mirror is what others see when you leave your home.
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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