Choosing a paint colour is the last decision that ultimately decides the final look of your new bathroom design. Because there are so many colour options to choose from, how do you know where to begin? Below is a helpful guide that explains Aqua-Tech’s way of narrowing down your bathroom paint colour ideas.
When a renovation is done with Aqua-Tech the installers will leave paint fans for you to look through. If you already know exactly what you’re looking for feel free to choose the paint colour yourself! Not sure what kind of look you’re going for? Our bathroom designer will be happy to assist you with your bathroom paint colour ideas. Sometimes people aren’t sure if they want to stay neutral or go bold. The expertise of our bathroom designer will help to decipher exactly the look you are going for and apply it to the final result.
Colour trends could play a huge part in your paint choices. Today’s current trends are:
- Injecting classic blue tones
- Adding some soft grays
- A touch of green
- Bold reddish-purple hues
When searching for that perfect colour knowing what today’s trends are can be a great help and you will be sure to see them while you’re on the hunt. Seeing all of the different colour pallets can help you decipher what styles you do and do not like! Whichever colour or colours you decide to use in your design, you must enjoy seeing it every morning before you start you day, and every evening when the day is done.
- When you’re choosing paint, keep the sample in the Bathroom
- Try looking at the colour during different times of day as colours will appear different based on the light in the room
- Influences in choosing paint could come from a favourite piece of art, a tone in the tile or wood or even nature
- Don’t stress-paint can always be changed
Ellen O’Neill, Creative Director at Benjamin Moore made this statement about the 2015 Colour of the Year, Guilford Green HC-116: “A neutral that is natural. A silvery green that works with, well, everything. No worries. No second thoughts. Just a brush, dipped in a can, whooshed on a wall, and a whole lot of happily ever after.”