It may seem to you that lately everyone has gone cuckoo for color, shouting all at once to pop, splash and punch it up in every conceivable space in your home. And, we know many of you are tempted to answer the call, but can’t quite commit to taking that bold step in one of the primary living spaces in your home. Well – maybe it’s time to think about bathroom colors that will give your functional bath some extra flavor.
There’s probably no better place in the house to try something colorful. For such a small space, you can get away with using amazingly bold colors and patterns that will make your bath truly unique. Whether you decide to go with paint or wallpaper in citrus hues or some other bold shade, we’d like to add our voice to the chorus of the color-crazed with some intriguing examples of our own.
After scouring the Internet and magazines for inspiration, the owners of this 1930s cottage settled on a flea market meets industrial theme with a beachy feel. We couldn’t decide which we loved more – the turquoise beadboard accent wall, the wooden lockers and showers sign or the classic black and white floor tiles.
And yes, a brilliant pop of color in an unlikely place in the bathroom is enough to stop almost anyone in their tracks, particularly when it’s surrounded in gleaming white subway punctuated by gray grout.
See more inspiration and ideas in our Places series here on the Apron blog.