The bathroom is one of the spaces we spend most of our time in when we’re home. It’s a place of relaxation where everyone spends some quality alone time, and this is why it should look very comfortable. If you have a tiny master ensuite, in this article, you will find the best tips to choose the right colour and make it appear larger and more spacious than before.
We all crave excellent and luxurious things, but sometimes the restricted budget and limited space will make things difficult. Here are some of our favourite tips.
Keep it All the Same Tone.
Just because light colours are fashionable to paint small bathroom walls, the entire space does not have to be the same. However, if you want your small bathroom to feel like the master ensuite you deserve, keep all colours within the same tone. If you install dark tiles on the floor or in the shower, they will not stand out even though you might use light colours. The significant contrast will clog up space and show how small your bathroom is. This is something that we don’t want.
Paint the Ceiling and Walls in the Same Colours
You probably have noticed this trend of similar, bright colours emerging. Well, the same thing goes for the ceiling and walls. A problem we usually face with small bathrooms is short ceilings. As the logic goes, using dark colours for your ceilings will make them seem low, and eventually, the space will feel smaller and cramped. Avoid white (unless your walls are also white), which will stop one’s eyes right at the ceiling line. Using the same colour for the ceiling and walls will help the eye travel effortlessly throughout the room, making it seem like a more extensive bathroom.
Blend the Colour of the Tiles With the Colour of the Walls
Blending your wall colour with shower tiles will make the entire room seem like one continuous space, and the bathroom will appear broader and more spacious. Luckily, if you have ceramic tiles installed in your bathroom, you don’t have to replace them. You could paint your ceramic tile to have it all blend in.
Use Light Colors on Doors, Windows & Molding
Light colours do not only apply to the walls and ceilings when it comes to creating an illusion of a bigger space. There are many fixtures and elements in a bathroom that you can paint or augment. Do not forget about the doors, windows, and moldings. Paint your wall trim, window covers, and moldings in a lighter or brighter shade than your walls. When you paint your moldings light, the wall appears farther back, making your small bathroom appear more prominent.
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