By Kevin Edgard. Bathroom Color. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 09:40:35 AM.
The bathroom vanity area usually consists of a cabinet, countertop, faucet, and hardware.. Secondary, we think of the mirrors and lighting. But these two items are just as important to the function of the bathroom. Using lighting strategically can make a world of difference, so not only the bathroom shines brightly, but so do you. Not only in style but function as well.
Maybe you like things to be a little more subtle and natural. Then consider natural stone in a textured and/or stacked pattern to highlight the shower or an area behind the vanity. Or look at the point above. Shaped tiles, in subtle colors make just the perfect accent piece as well. Plus, you can put them just about anywhere in a bathroom.
Many homeowners are hesitant to introduce darker colors into their personal spas oasis and it is understandable. It is a color that can prove tricky to balance. If used wrongly, it can create a feeling of gloom or result in a painfully awkward contrast. Though the trend is slow, darker tones will continue to get popular as homeowners get more comfortable with it.
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.
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