By Apolline Auguste. Bathroom Color. Published at Thursday, March 08th, 2018 - 23:32:13 PM.
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.
A daring spin on a traditional palette, this powerful color-blocking scheme is the foundation for a truly compelling bathroom design. Classic details like crown moldings and furniture-style wood vanities ground the look in familiarity, while a thoroughly modern-shaped tub keeps it from being fussy.
There are many lighting styles you can use for the vanity area including light bars and wall sconces, but don’t forget about using small pendants as well. They can be an stunning addition. For larger bathrooms, it’s not uncommon to see a chandelier near the whirpool tub or centered in the space for just the right amount of glamour.
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.
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