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5 Colours to consider using in your bathroom

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5 Colours to consider using in your bathroom

While your bathroom needs to be a functional space, it certainly doesn’t need to be boring, and colour is an excellent way of adding a real splash of character. The colour scheme that you do choose can really help to give your bathroom a look and feel that you want, giving it real character. If you want to really lift the whole look of your home, then you might want to opt for a bold, vibrant, colour. If, however chic and understated is your thing then opt for more muted shades or neutral tones.


If you are looking for a colour that is bang on trend, then it simply has to be blue. And a graduated paint effect is certainly the way forward, with a paler shade at the top of the walls working down to a darker shade. This is a paint effect that will work equally well in both modern and older properties and is really suited to blue.


Bold and vibrant, purple is not a paint choice for the faint of heart. This is a colour scheme that will work well with a simple suite and plenty of metallic accessories. Dark, rather heady shades are big this year, adding a real air of luxury and opulence to your bathroom and making it a space to really relax and unwind in.


If your bathroom is on the smaller side, then white is a great way to go. Not only will it make your bathroom appear brighter, but it will also help to make it seem bigger as well. While an all-white bathroom might seem a little stark, it is easy to add splashes of your favourite colour with carefully selected accessories. And because accessories are easy to replace you could change the colour scheme when you fancy something different.


Pale muted shades of green can work well in a bathroom to create a calm relaxing oasis where you can unwind at the end of the day. This will work perfectly in a simple, elegant monochrome bathroom with chrome accessories.


Previously the colour of the year Taupe is here to stay, at least in the short term. This brown-grey combo is incredibly versatile. Whether you choose a lighter more neutral shade or a darker more dramatic one that will make a real statement in your bathroom, this is an ideal colour to pair with natural look accessories.


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