When considering a color scheme for a bathroom, it’s common for most people to play it safe. Opting for white or gray has been the status quo. However, there’s an emerging trend toward embracing bold and beautiful colors that make a statement. If you’re interested in adding color to your bathroom, we’ve rounded up four ways to help you create a colorful oasis.
A Sensational Sink
The sink is often the first thing you see when you walk into a bathroom. While its function is purely practical, it doesn’t mean the style and color should follow suit. There are countless options to choose from when considering a new sink.
For a look that won’t go out of style, consider pairing a bold colored sink with a classic bathroom design.
A Vivacious Vanity
Vanities serve multiple functions, from hiding the sink’s plumbing to providing ample storage. Adding a vanity with color can lend a ton of character and charm to your bathroom. And if you’re not looking to do a complete remodel, updating your vanity is an easy way to breathe new life into the bathroom without breaking the bank.
Consider a red or green vanity to offset a light color pallet and create a dramatic statement. Want to go in a bit tamer direction? Blue is a great option. The hue has a classic, unobtrusive feel and blends easily with most color schemes.
Accenting a bathroom with bold patterns and colorful tiles adds a touch of uniqueness to your space. One can achieve this in various ways, whether it’s gracing your bathtub or shower with a mosaic pattern or interesting shapes and textures.
Try neutral tiles with pops of color throughout or go for a solid tile in a bold color. Make sure to consider the metals and finishes in your bathroom so that the tiles you choose work well with the overall theme.
A Bold Bathtub
Long gone are the days of plain, white porcelain bathtubs. Bathtubs are now available in different colors and finishes. If you’re looking for a solid color, try green, purple, yellow or blue to create a fresh focal point. If you want to give your tub personality but you’re not sure about a solid color, try a different type of finish, like copper, granite, or natural stone. It’s a good idea to research the maintenance and cleaning for these materials beforehand to make sure they fit your lifestyle.
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