Hello, my dear reader’s how are you? I’m fine. So when I m wake up this morning I thought what write for you. Hm. And I get some ideas. What do you think to write about bathroom paint color ideas and which design to choose a walk-in shower or tube?
BEST BATHROOM PAINT COLORS
- Soft Gray
- Bright White
- Light Blue
- Light Green
- Creamy White
- Cerulean Blue
Selecting the perfect bathroom paint color ideas can be tricky. Like any neutral it can wash out a room, but get it right in your bathroom design and you’ll see why grey is the color trend of the decade.
Pick the right shade and know exactly how the light works in your room – in gloomy spaces.
And the pink color just gives your bathroom refresh look and that’s very important. Also, if you don’t read my last post you can do it now. What is the best 5+ best paint color for the living room?
Blue is a classic bathroom paint color, reminiscent of the sky and water. This color calms and relaxes.
A traditional shade for bathrooms, blue can be used as an accent with many other colors, or as the main one. Pale blue expands space and has a calming, airy effect; dark blue feels masculine, strong, and cozy.
Taupe is a perfect choice for those who want to go with a neutral, but still, give the space some warmth. For a hint of color, try a lighter shade of taupe with a more purple base. This color is very popular in Interior design.
If you’re looking for a more dramatic bathroom look, try charcoal. It’s a more moody, sophisticated alternative to a soft gray.
If a bright, sharp white feels a little too intense for you, try a creamy white with a buttery warm base. This is the best Bathroom color paint idea if you don’t jet decided what is the best color for you.
On the next paragraph you can read more about walk-in shower or bathtub. If you don’t know what is better for your bathroom this is time to read and find it.
Walk-In Shower or Bathtube, what is best for you?
It’s tempting to rip out all tubs and install trendy walk-in showers, but most realtors would advise against this.
Are you struggling to choose between a tub and a walk-in shower? You are not alone. So, if you have a small bathroom or you just need this renovation there are some easy questions for you?
Do You Already Have a Tub?
It’s important to know that houses with only one full bathroom benefit most from having a combination shower/tub.
How Much Space Do You Have? The average bathroom is 40 square feet and a standard tub is 15 square feet. Bathrooms see a lot of activity, and cramped spaces induce stress.
A walk-in shower may be the right choice if you have a small bathroom because they take up an average of 12 square feet of floor space.
If you have already a tube you can change it’s very cheap to do.
This is how to look at some bathroom before and after change bathtub and now have a walk-in shower.
Tub vs. shower can be a tough call, especially since the two fixtures do share a number of similarities:
• Both are sold in a variety of styles. Tubs are available in standard, claw-foot, freestanding (disconnected from the wall), soaking (deeper and wider than standard), whirlpool (with built-in water jets), and walk-in varieties. Showers come as stalls enclosed with doors or curtains and walk-in showers without doors or curtains.
Both offer therapeutic water flow options. Whirlpool tubs feature built-in jets that release massaging blasts of water into the tub, while showers can be equipped with rainfall or waterfall shower.
A tub will cost anywhere from $400 to $8,000, installed, whereas a shower ranges from $450 to $10,000.
Showers are more accessible. Family members who are elderly, wheelchair-bound, or have other mobility impairments may find it challenging to climb in and out of a traditional tub.
Here are some pictures to see how it look like’s some Bathrooms before and after using a tube.
Conclusion: If you don’t know what color is best for your bathroom or you have a small bathroom and don’t know anything about walk-in showers or bathtub you can read all this, and leave a comment.