6 Lively and Colorful Bathrooms
Pops and splashes of vibrant hues make these spaces special
While white is still the go-top option when it comes to finalizing the look of the bathroom, there are days when a few hints of color are needed to perk up the space. Those who’ve given their private spaces an upgrade may have opted for tinted grout, colorful accessories, and even mosaic tiles.
If you’re planning to change the vibe and overall theme of your bathroom, here are six spaces that you can check out. Each has a distinct charm that will surely inspire you to experiment with countless shades, fun prints, and statement patterns:
Achieve a youthful feel by choosing aqua for the walls and a light shade of yellow for the door. Balance the look with white fixtures.
Photo from Homedit.
Invest in similar tiles to create a seamless look. In this bathroom, blue completes the calming ambiance that's reminiscent of your well-loved spa.
Photo from Opal Design Group.
When we see the bathroom, we often associate it with words like cold, raw, and simple. Inject warmth into the T&B by choosing warm shades like coral.
Photo from Traditional Home.
You don't have to limit your options to just painting walls. Feel free to work with printed wallpaper—just make sure it's far from the shower area to avoid damage.
As an added option, you can also purchase a vintage mirror that you can easily paint in your chosen color. A bright shade of yellow can make a difference and serve as focal point in the area.
Photo from Delicious Designs.
Those who have big bathrooms have different options to explore when it comes to personalizing the space. Aside from adding wallpaper or painting walls, you can also decorate the bathroom with area rugs in happy colors. Depending on the available space left and your budget, you can bring in a seating piece in a color that works well with the rest of your interiors.
Photo from Magical Home via Tumblr.
Feel like you're in a resort each time you step into the T&B by working with a light palette or hues that remind you of the tranquil sea. If painting the walls isn't part of your initial plans, you can simply invest in colorful towels and other must-haves.
A possible alternative to yellows and blues are hints of apple green paired with Robin's egg blue. Complete the beach vibe that you like by adding woven catchalls and baskets, too.
Photo from Four Generations One Roof.
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