By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 12:50:04 PM.
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.
Bathrooms can be one of the most challenging rooms to overhaul. Renovating them can not only put a strain on your time and budget, but it puts the room out of commission while the work’s being done. No one wants to renovate their bathroom more often than necessary, and for this reason many people are afraid to use color — what happens if the colors you choose fall out of favor and affect the value of your house? But white isn’t the only way to downplay the risk. Here are six color combinations that will always be winners.
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.
Flooring is quite important in a bathroom. If you have an older bathroom, it may still have colorful linoleum. A more modern space likely has something resembling tile or hardwood. Often, the flooring is the most dramatic permanent feature in the room. Choose a color that complements your flooring, but do not try to match it exactly, because that is nearly impossible to do.
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