If you're in the midst of a full-scale bathroom design project, picking out a color scheme should be one of your first priorities. Unless you're going for a modern decorative scheme, you will probably opt for darker, neutral hues, but if you're trying to make a bright and cheery space, combining white bathroom accessories with a prevailing hue is a great place to start, according to HGTV.com.
Adding white trim to your bathroom around mirrors and your shower stall is a great jumping off point, but you can also split the walls in half by adding painted wooden trim around the perimeter of your space. You can then paint the upper walls in the color of your choice, which will jump out against the neutral backdrop.
With this foundation in place, you can then use soap holders, faucets and light fixtures in silver or gold to add finishing touches to the space. Little accents like towels or fresh-cut flowers in your chosen paint color can help to unify the arrangement.
Choosing a color scheme should be one of the most enjoyable aspects of the design process, so go with what makes you happy and can suit the nature of the space.
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