Top three colour shades for the bathroom
The times of bathrooms tiled from floor to ceiling are over. Today, there is a huge number of interesting interior design solutions available to spice up our intimate spaces. Wood, concrete, glass, stone and vinyl offer just a few alternatives to tiles in a modern interior. But wall paints offer the most affordable and also the simplest solution. Compared to other materials, paint is inexpensive, and its application does not require special skills. And when you feel like a colour change, the renovation is affordable and easy to do.
Is paint in the bathroom really a practical solution? Absolutely! But the chosen interior wall paint should be selected carefully. A safe choice are special-purpose paints that combine biocidal properties (which prevent the development of mould) and inhibit condensation formation, making them suitable for rooms exposed to a large amount of water vapour. SPEKTRA Kitchen & Bathroom interior wall paint, as the name suggests, is suitable for use in both bathrooms and kitchens.
Grey shades on bathroom walls wonderfully yet subtly emphasize the whiteness of bathroom furniture and fittings, and in combination with matching floor coverings, they represent timeless elegance.
Green in the bathroom symbolizes a return to nature and authenticity, and blends perfectly with floral patterns in other elements, from tiles to bathroom textiles. In bathrooms with enough light, potted plants can create a green oasis; in windowless bathrooms, you can achieve a similar effect with artificial flowers or decorations made of dried flowers.
A carefully chosen pink in the bathroom can work really well. Powder and muted pinks go well with both light and dark bathroom furniture, and subtly complement and emphasize more intense geometric patterns on the tiles and other decor.
Although the bathroom is a special and intimate space in the home, it still makes sense to connect its colour to the common story running through the other living spaces. These shades are quite neutral and easy to combine, but they may still not fit the concept of your home. If so, you will definitely find your shade in the HGMIX colour card.