Trendy Bathrooms in Pastel…
When it comes to remodeling your house the Kitchen and the Bathroom are the two most popular rooms in your house.
So, why is it that one of the smallest rooms in the house—the bathroom— can costs so much to upgrade? This is the subject of today’s blog. We have a little secret: Bathroom overhauls don’t have to put the hurt on your wallet! In fact, you can have fun adding personality and pretty touches without spending a fortune. One good idea when remodeling or upgrading a bathroom is using wainscoting, the benefits are numerous, the look is beautiful, and you can do it your self. Here are some great bathrooms all using wainscoting, and a touch of color to brighten up the room.
Another great DIY idea is painting your bathroom, yes the room is small and it is not the easiest to paint, but never underestimate the power of paint!
If purple is your royal color, then this lavender bathroom exudes that same royal feeling. The pale lavender walls, white wainscoting, a black sink to create some “drama”, and a nice set of shelves to show case your bathroom accessories and beautiful towels.
If Baby Blue is your color, this is the bathroom for you. Soft blue walls and creamy white wainscoting shimmer against sparkling chrome faucets and sconces. While your upgrading your bathroom with new paint, it’s the perfect time to upgrade those fixtures and towel racks. When it’s all done, sit back and enjoy that bubble bath!
Set at treetop level, this attic bath set in soft green walls, cool white wainscoting and white “Pegasus Versailles” sink. Building a fake wall to hide the plumbing was also a great way to make a shelf behind the sink, just another creative way to use the wainscoting and create a focal point in the room.
What a beautiful Claw Foot Tub, painting the exterior black makes a beautiful statement along with pulling out the black in the floor design. Adding the new “vintage” hardware makes it easy for daily cleansing rituals. This black and white bath gets a shot of color from a soft pink paint color on the walls, along with the white wainscoting to give the bath a true vintage flare.
When I saw this yellow bathroom and reminded me of a previous blog when I said “Yellow” is the in color this year, yellow has been very popular in home decorating this spring.
In this smaller bathroom, they painted the upper walls in a pale yellow, lower walls in white wainscoting, and added a new pedestal sink to give it a updated look.
Hope I inspired you to give your bathroom a face lift, or even a new color, and turn your home into……