How To Choose A Color For Your Bathroom
Your bathroom area doesn't just have to be the standard white that you see in so many other bathroom spaces. Adding color is actually a great option for this area of your home. These simple tips are easy to follow and are very helpful in finding that perfect color for your space.
The final selection of your bathroom's color palette will depend not just on the color of your tub or the tone of your tile, but also on the overall look you want to achieve. A bathroom that incorporates white marble, white porcelain and pale wood will have an entirely different look with soft green walls than with walls of metallic blue.
Choosing a darker paint color also gives you an artistic backdrop against which you can install colorful hooks or hang vibrant towels. If you will be putting on makeup in the bathroom, says Marcia Walter, ASID, an accredited member of the International Association of Color Consultants, colors flattering to your skin tone can be very important.
Our bathroom remodel is officially underway and I'm so excited to share our mood board and the products we chose for the space. I'll also dive into details on choosing the perfect bathroom colors and mood for your own project.
Interior paint color can make a big difference in the overall feel and aesthetic of a room. If you're renovating or redecorating your bathroom, you may want to try choosing a completely different paint color for a whole new look.
Consider How You'll Accessorize the Room, Then Choose Countertop Colors With Color Flexibility. Choosing a neutral countertop for the bath gives you the most decorating leeway when choosing paint and accessories. A bathroom is a perfect spot to add a pop of color through accessories. Be sure to try your countertop choices out with your cabinetry, tile, and flooring, to be sure that the color undertones work well together.