Posted by Bouton Adalene on Tuesday, 12 November, 2019 23:42:28
Peach is also a fun accent color. Highlight a powdery blue bathroom or even a bright, sunshiney yellow escape. It's a color that can outline a space in a subtle way that enhances the room's foundation and creates a conclusive look. Use peach towels, carpets, toothbrush holders and maybe even a shower curtain.
We have a 1960's rancher with the same exact time (peach and salmon - they look like flesh tones to me). Since most of our house was modernized before we purchased, we needed to find a way to make our outdated, but lovely, master bathroom more current. Our bathroom is much smaller than yours.
Soft yellow, baby blue and mint green are all good choices for bathroom walls. Be wary of intense pink or peach pastels-look for versions of these colors that are as light and muted as possible. Bright pink and peach, while pleasant in small quantities, can be overwhelming and even aggravating when painted on a wall in a small space.
You can add splashes of color with decorative tiles. Blue, for example, echoes the calmness and serenity of earth tones. Likewise, green brings a sense of peace and tranquility while reinforcing the association with the natural world. These are also good colors for a master bathroom.
Pale peach reads as a neutral, adding just a hint of warmth when used on ceilings and walls. Peach looks elegant and sophisticated when combined with gold, beige and cream, making a room feel soft, romantic and feminine. Peach makes an excellent wall color in the bathroom, as it flatters most skin tones.
A beach-inspired color palette can turn your home into a relaxing escape with fresh and natural paint colors. There's no one beachy palette that's perfect for every space—each home has its own lighting, furniture, and surfaces that will influence wall color.