Posted by Brignac Allyson on Friday, 18 October, 2019 11:14:49
Yellow adds a bit of cheerfulness to a bath, whether it's a pastel shade for a more casual look or a golden tone for a sophisticated style. Give your bathroom an instant pick-me-up with this sunny hue.
Yellow can also be featured as a primary or accent color on furniture in your bathroom design. Wooden furniture can be purchased unfinished and painted yellow, and cushions on chairs and benches can feature solid yellow or patterned yellow designs.
The farmhouse sink in this guest bathroom is a subtle nod to this Charleston home's earlier days as a kitchen house. Polo Blue on the walls adds a modern pop of color to this historic home.
For some homeowners, traditional paint colors for bathrooms just don't cut it. In this bathroom, homeowners painted the vanity a bright red-orange paint color. It's an unexpected but cheerful way to start your mornings. For matching bathroom accent colors, consider teal or dark blue. The complementary shades will look striking next to each other.
The GUEST Bathroom. The theme for your guest bathroom will be easier for you to decide on as it usually reflects the color scheme that already exists in the rest of your home. Traditionally a lot of pale yellow or peach was used to cover the walls in a guest bathroom or visitors closet.
And here are the best no fail Benjamin Moore Gray Bathroom Colors (and good for other rooms too!) CLASSIC GRAY 1548 - I have used this a few times for clients. It is a very slightly warm gray and can sometimes have slight violet undertones, but only in the most subtle way. Very beautiful and, yes, classic.