Natural Color Inspiration for Master Bathroom Design 2011

Natural color in the bathroom gives the impression of fresh, cool, and calm. Green, blue, brown as the natural colors that give inspiration. Steven Miller said: “Use color on the floor to find inspiration. ” is the most popular stone flooring. Natural impression is very visible. And because the flooring materials are often more dramatic than a white toilet or tub, it is important to consider the soil surface color when choosing paint for walls. Natural colors do not have to just be green and brown, but also flower color in every hue can give a natural impression.
Natural color green for the Master bathroom Osburn Design in San Francisco Natural Color Inspiration for Master Bathroom Design 2011
Pair white fixtures with colors that make them look fresh design by Gail Drury Natural Color Inspiration for Master Bathroom Design 2011
Simple elegance bathroom vanity Natural Color Inspiration for Master Bathroom Design 2011
Pair your antiques with colors that will bring out their unique beauty design by mmack. The most popular vanities today are antique cabinets and dressers retrofitted for sinks or new pieces designed to recreate that “furniture” look in the bathroom. These furniture-style vanities have great presence, and if you’ve chosen one for your bathroom, it will be a big factor in choosing a wall color.
The natural beauty in marble bathroom design by Jackie Glisson. Natural Color Inspiration for Master Bathroom Design 2011
Marble tub surrounds make any bath elegant. Learn how to spotlight them with paint color to enhance their natural beauty.
Marble, known for its elegance and classic good looks, is the chameleon of the bathroom, able to span the range of styles from cool and contemporary to warmly traditional. National Kitchen & Bath Association’s Bob Garner says it’s particularly popular when used as a tub surround. Many bathrooms have a marble tub surround with gray veining. To bring out the beauty of the stone.

Tips from Donna Schroeder, Color Design Specialist with Dutch Boy paints

If you prefer to balance the coolness of the marble with some warmth, try a blue or green with a yellow undertone. “These are colors that are between cool and warm,” says Donna Schroeder, Color Design Specialist with Dutch Boy paints, “and they can bridge the cool/warm gap.”
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