Bathroom Remodeling - Selecting the Right Colors
Today's homeowners want to feel luxurious and pampered in their bathrooms. Many people love to take a hot bath or a relaxing shower as a way to unwind after a long day, so it is no surprise that people are demanding more from this once utilitarian room. Read on to learn more about how to select the right colors for your new bathroom spa retreat.
Neutrals for Key Components
When it comes to the key components of your bathroom such as the shower/tub area, sink
Where to Apply Color
Paint is phenomenally inexpensive as compared to other components in the typical bathroom and it is so easy to change the entire mood of the room with a simple switch of paint color. Accessories such as towels, shower curtains, bath mats, etc. are also relatively inexpensive and can add an appealing pop of color to an otherwise neutral palette. Other items such as boxes or baskets for storage, wall art, and a chair or bench to sit on after getting out of the tub are also inexpensive ways to add visual interest to a bathroom.
Although flooring is one of the more expensive parts of the bathroom, it is typically one of those items that is addressed in a major bathroom remodel. Again, homeowners typically expect their flooring choice to last through minor remodels. Light neutrals like white, light gray or light beige, will help a small room feel bigger, while darker neutrals like dark beige or dark gray will help a bathroom feel cozier. The ultimate decision on flooring color depends on what kind of mood the homeowner is looking for -- whether they want their bathroom retreat to feel bright and expansive, or more intimate.
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