By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Color. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 22:50:00 PM.
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.
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.
Many homeowners are hesitant to introduce darker colors into their personal spas oasis and it is understandable. It is a color that can prove tricky to balance. If used wrongly, it can create a feeling of gloom or result in a painfully awkward contrast. Though the trend is slow, darker tones will continue to get popular as homeowners get more comfortable with it.
Your bathroom should be a cozy retreat in your home, a place where you prepare for your day in the morning and unwind in the evening and the paint color you choose is important. As you consider the hue you want to see each morning while you get ready for the day, keep these tips for choosing bathroom paint colors in mind.
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