Are you planning to redo your bathroom this winter? It’s the perfect time to start a project, especially if you’re hoping to impress your houseguests this holiday season! If you’re ready to get your project started, one decision you’ll need to make concerns which bathroom colors you want. Your contractor can help create the perfect design for your space, but it’s a good idea to have your color pallet selected from the start. This will help your contractor select the right materials and hardware to match. Here are three great tips to help guarantee you’ll pick the colors that are right for you and your home!
1. Use Three Colors…
When designing your bathroom, it’s a good idea to pick just three primary colors. Shoot for one neutral color, one rich color, and one accent color.
2. Three Ways…
Three really is the magic number when it comes to home design and décor. Not only do you want to pick three colors for your new bathroom, but you’ll want to use each of the three different ways. Think flooring, tile, décor, walls, trim, towels, and even lighting!
3. And Go For It!
Now for the fun part; don’t hold back! If you’re dying to use a particular color scheme but are worried it might be too funky or out there, don’t be. This is your home and it should look the way you want it to look. Once you’re finished with your bathroom, start thinking about updating your kitchen to match!
Need Help Remodeling a Bathroom in Your Home This Winter?
If you think you’ve narrowed down the color pallet for your bathroom, why not get started with the remodeling right away? Don’t put off having the bathroom of your dreams; contact DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen today to start making your dreams come true! We would be delighted to help you remodel you bathroom. Visit our website for more information about our company and to view a list of our quality renovation services, including cabinet refacing, basic remodeling, and flooring installation. We offer free consultations for new customers, so don’t wait to call us at (847) 592-0044 to set up your appointment.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Adding Color to Your Bathroom