By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Color. Published at Monday, March 05th, 2018 - 23:15:27 PM.
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.
There is a certain unwavering appeal to the natural and organic for our well being. This is why we are drawn to things like aged flooring, weathered tiles, and vintage plumbing fixtures. Homeowners are looking to create some of that natural feel to make the bathroom more relaxing.
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.
A fixed panel of frameless glass looks the part in any style of bathroom, not least in an all-white, compact scheme, where fuss-free lines and classic materials win out. This is the best option if your bathroom is very compact and a curtain or fussier glass fittings would break up the space and visually shrink your room.
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