By Kevin Edgard. Bathroom Color. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 17:03:17 PM.
A little chair can come in quite handy in the bathroom. It’s perfect for holding towels or a basket of bath toys within arm’s reach, and can provide a perch for a sibling or parent at bath time. Scoop up a single stray chair at a yard sale and paint it to match your bathroom color scheme.
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.
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.
This is a bathroom remodeling project my handyman business did for a customer. As the client traveled a lot, we worked with a decorator to help them pick colors quickly. The customer wanted blue, and with the help of the decorator, he picked a sky blue. However, bathrooms can be baffling, and even with the help of a decorator, the most careful planning doesn't always work.
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