Ideas to paint a small bathroom

Your bathroom can be a multipurpose room. It is a place where people go to their physical needs. But your bathroom can also be a place to retreat from the world and create a space that is an expression of your personality and your tastes. Even the bathroom of modest size can become a bold statement.

Make a dramatic statement

Use bright colors. Bright colors can create a bold statement in any room. Use colors very saturated and dark red, forest green or strong plums which can give to a small room a sense of drama that otherwise might lack of it. Dark colors can also help create a sense of intimacy that makes the user feel warm and protected. It begins with a bold color tone as you want. Think carefully about the feeling you’re trying to create. The colors on the cool side of the range of colors like navy or olive give the bathroom a sense of masculinity. Use orange or deep golden shadows to give the bathroom a feeling of warmth. All bright colors should be matched with a color on the opposite side of the range to give the room a sense of balance. Match the light blue with shades of deep yellow. Use the light blue painted details to add to the room.

Visiting the coast

It gives light and space. A small bathroom may seem claustrophobic and enclosed. Reduce this effect with a color scheme that brings to mind places associated with light and air. A beach theme or ocean can easily achieve this goal. Paint the walls of the bathroom of blue sky. Paints clouds at the edges of the walls or ceiling, Add a light brown border around the edges of the room to create the illusion of a coast. Draw with stencil or freehand painting birds to one or two inches (2.54 or 5.08 cm) from the top of the walls to give a feeling of being on the beach.

Say it with flowers

Create a floral extravaganza. Flowers evoke a sense of luxury, elegance, romance and even subtle sexuality. Make the bathroom look like a special gift with flowers painted on the wall. Paint the walls of a single neutral color such as white oil. Use this as your canvas. Paint roses along the two walls in five different shades of pink and red, tied with ribbons or bows painted made of waterproof fabrics. Draw thoughts and dahlias on the other walls to provide contrast. Consider hiring a nearby artist to paint your room. A small project should not be expensive.

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