Painting is one of the best ways to dramatically improve the aesthetic appeal of your home. And, when it comes down to it, your bathrooms and kitchen are the most important rooms in your home. Whether you want to bring in a fresh new feel for your own family, or you’re looking to see soon and want to boost your market value beforehand, the right colour can make all the difference.
So, if you’re at that point where you’re trying to figure out what colour will be best in your bathroom, here are some colour tips from your #1 Sydney Painters:
At first thought, grey might seem like a boring colour to choose. But it might surprise you that grey is one of the hottest trending bathroom colours for the year. It’s the most neutral color out there and one with timeless appeal. Add a touch of grey to rooms with a black or metallic theme, and you get a great modern minimalist feel. Try out a butter yellow or soft turquoise for the accents to bring more liveliness to the space. Any colour you can imagine will work with grey if you do it right.
Taupe is a great colour for the home. It’s neutral, but just edging into a bit of character. Taupe brings in a sense of softness and ease. Residential painters will often use it to complement neutral shades, and it can also serve as an appealing backdrop for linens of any colour. This is an ideal colour for larger bathrooms when you want to bring the space together.
Butter White (Parchment)
Butter white is an extremely light cream colour, perfect for brightening up a space without edging into harshness with a stark white. It brings in a clean, orderly feel, and a sophisticated, neat appearance. Parchment is also ideal if you are working with a smaller bathroom, as the light, bright colour will make a small bathroom feel spacious and visually appealing.
Sea-foam green is one of the best colours to choose for a bathroom, hands down. It brings in a restorative, luxuriant feel and can turn a soak in the bath into a visit to a spa. It’s excellent if you like to use your bathroom to relax and replenish after a hard day. Another benefit of using sea-foam green is that it complements several other colours. Try a border of dark grey or navy white to make it pop.
Blue and Grey
This is another pro tip from your favourite painting contractors. The blue and grey combination brings in a strong, professional, and still relaxing feel. This is a versatile duo, excellent for any type of bathroom. In addition to being aesthetic in its own right, blue and grey will easily complement any décor you choose for the space.
Getting excited for your next repainting project? If you want to know more about colour choice, or to discuss the details of your upcoming paint job feel free to contact us. At J&E Kogan, we know the work, and we want to help you get the most out of each paint job.