The first half of today’s post is dedicated to making smart design choices. By giving your powder room a clean, tidy look, you will set the foundation for an organized space. Plus, your bathroom will have a clutter-free feel that will make it extra obvious when something is out of place. Which will encourage you to sort it or stash it!
Textured Walls and Pattern I was discussing wall colors with a friend recently and was surprised to hear that the first hue she could come up with for a living room accent wall was ‘burnt orange‘. Another shade that seems to be climbing up the popularity chart, burnt orange seems even more alluring in a powder room when coupled with textured walls. You need not move away from contemporary style to get this done, and combining it with white gives the small space a more relaxing aura. For those bored with the idea of repainting the powder room, wallpaper in orange provides a fun alternative that fills the room with a pattern of your choice.
Gray and Blue Bathrooms Blue bathrooms are simply timeless, and they never fail to impress. But this winter, try out something beyond the usual and venture beyond the classic color duo of blue and white by bringing gray into the spectrum. Gray and blue as a combination is far more exciting and it presents you with a wide range of opportunities, as you can even add white as the third color in the room. Lighter shades of blue can also be used extensively, even as gray takes a backseat in these elegant bathrooms.
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