If you’re thinking of renovating your home, the bathroom is likely the last room you consider. Why? With small spaces, it can feel like there’s not much to add on or improve. With a few simple changes, however, like a fresh coat of paint, you can transform your bathrooms and freshen up the space.
If white feels too sterile, add a little neutral warmth with a light gray. This option is the perfect base color for any decor scheme, allowing you to really have fun with the accessories.
Forget traditional purple and embrace eggplant for a more luxurious feel. Take a page from your favorite five-star hotel and opt for a very modern and bold color scheme. To keep a small bathroom from feeling smaller, add an accent wall or color block and paint the bottom half with your deeper color. You can pair this color with light cream or light gray to keep the eggplant hue the star of the show.
Green may feel like a bold and unusual color, but when used as an accent color and paired with indoor foliage, it can give your bathroom a relaxing and refreshing atmosphere.
Dusty Mauve or Lilac
If bold colors don’t match your style, but neutrals feel a little too boring, consider a light color, like a dusty mauve or lilac. Opt for a shade with more gray undertones to keep it feeling more neutral or choose a deeper mauve to offer more grounding and strength to your decor scheme.
There is a reason navy is a favorite color of amateur and professional decorators alike. This rich color offers a striking take on traditionally light blue bathrooms. Give your bathroom a sense of luxury and warmth by pairing navy with charcoal grays and bronze or gold fixtures.
Updating your bathrooms with these colors may also add value to your home when it comes time to sell.
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