Inspiration: Using color in the bathroom


If you need a little change in your decor, the bathroom is a small, less intimidating space to start.  Sometimes I get my fix just by changing out my shower curtain and bath mat. Or, you could brighten up your bathroom with some color. Since most bathrooms are the least amount of square footage in a home, it’s an easy weekend makeover that won’t leave you regretting the time you spend.

The tiles that cover the wall behind the bathtub are from an old factory in Villeneuve les Avignon. The bathtub is from the 19th century and was found on the internet and painted bright orange. #bathroom #orange #bathtub
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There are so many way’s you can liven up a room. Paint, tile, curtains, rugs, wall art, and accessories are some options you can start with!

Paint Color-SW Agreeable Grey // Vanity Color-SW Coral Reef // Rugs, Towels & Hardware-Anthropologie //
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You can start small with a spot of color by painting your cabinets and accessorizing to match! Or simply choose one wall to paint if you are afraid it might be to overwhelming to paint the whole room a bright color.  I can’t decide if I like this peach or not – I’d have to see the rest of the room.  I love the rug though!

wallpaper, or you could get a similar look with aqua subway tiles
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Go wild with a wallpaper, stencil design, or maybe even stripes! Pick a color that makes you smile every time you walk in the room.

The antique inspired vanity, mirror, and hanging pendants combined with bright colored walls pull this tight elegant space together with some savvy style.
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Can’t choose one color? Find two that work great together and keep it simple with the rest of the accessories. Let the paint color be the decor..

Gray and yellow are two of my favorites.

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Nervous about a big change? Stick with the accessories! You can still brighten up your bathroom and your day with a little accessorizing.


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