By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Color. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 12:42:24 PM.
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.
The secret to making small bathrooms comfortable, and not cramped, is the efficient use of available real estate. Every inch must be put to good use. You will see freestanding single-person tubs starting to get more popular. Smaller but artfully designed toilets and smaller uniquely designed sink bowls will also begin to make a presence in the bathroom.
While many homeowners tackle interior painting themselves, there are many instances in which a professional painter is a better option. If you have high walls, you want your ceilings painted, you're not sure what colors work best, you have dark walls that need priming, or you want special texture or effects, a professional can help you achieve your vision.
More and more technology is being included in bathrooms, which means more small appliances are being integrated. For instance, some luxury bathroom designs now feature a beverage center or under counter refrigerators near the makeup area or vanity for your medicines or organic facial remedies.
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