How To Choose A Paint Color For A Small Bathroom
Last week we talked about neutral paint colors and how to choose the right one, but you will probably still end up with a few different colors or shades that you need to decide between and that is where today's post will help you. So here are the 8 tips for choosing the right paint color that have helped me avoid many color mistakes.
For a sensible and attractive bathroom interior, choose one recessive color to paint the walls. Couple that color with a warm cream or a bright white, which you should use for the furnishings, floor tiles and ceiling. Neutrals. Colors like beige, tan, gray and cream are all considered to be neutral colors.
Grays, whites, and tans are always a good color choice for painting a bathroom. A neutral color allows you to shake things up every now and then and easily change your décor, such as towels and shower curtains, without having to take wall color into consideration.
If you have drywall in the upper section in the shower or tub stall area, go for higher gloss paint. Less water-intensive areas need at least satin or eggshell paint sheens. Choose semi-gloss or glossy sheens for the bathroom ceiling. Flat or matte sheens can develop water streaks and are not recommended for bathrooms.
When choosing bathroom paint colors, it is important to remember that the color will affect how one's skin complexion ap
The bathroom is average sized, but has no windows. I think it's a personal preference as to what color (or lack of color) looks best. And it all depends on what "feeling" you want from the room. I think Sweeby is right that a deep paint color would be dramatic (and possibly cozy and warm, depending on the color) and have a very pleasant feeling.