Color When Remodeling The Bathroom

Remodeling the bathroom is often an easy project. The room is smaller than most in the home, making it easy to get the changes made that you want without worrying about moving from one area of the room to another during the remodeling process. When you talk to bathroom contractors, it’s important to let them know about the plumbing system in the room if you want to change any of the plumbing features as well as the types of materials that you want in the bathroom. Most bathroom projects can be completed in a weekend or over the course of a few days so that this important room in the home isn’t kept unusable for a long period of time.

If there are dark colors in the bathroom that seem to overtake the space, such as pink or blue, then you might want to consider changing them to soften the overall look of the room. Neutral colors, such as tan, beige or white, are good options for the bathroom. Add backsplash behind the sink in neutral shades that are a bit darker. Paint the vanity in brown, sanding after painting is complete, for a vintage appearance. The neutral colors will allow for using other colors for the shower curtain, rugs, and decorations in the bathroom.

Wall hooks are an option that are easy to add and can be used for robes, towels, and washcloths. Artwork on the wall or a nice stool add style and function to the room. Sometimes, basic features in the bathroom can get boring to look at each day. After painting the walls and larger features of the room in neutral colors, add splashes of color by hanging hand towels on hooks near the sink or hanging light fixtures that are a color to match the towels and other decorations. Create a beautiful display on one wall with two or three shelves, colored towels that match the rugs and shower curtain and soap dispensers in matching colors as well. You can easily update hanging lights by painting them instead of getting new lights whenever you want to change the colors.