5 bathroom paint ideas for a fun and fresh space
Get ahead of the trends with these fun and creative painting ideas for bathroom.
Image: Annie Sloan
White bathrooms are always going to be a popular design choice, but if you want to add a touch of personality and style to your space then getting creative with paint is a great place to start.
Check out our favourite innovative painting and decorating ideas that can transform the look of your bathroom.
Top of the trends
Incorporate the latest colour trend in your bathroom, beautiful beige! It might not initially sound the most exciting however it’s definitely at the top of a lot of peoples wish list this year for their bathroom design, especially as Dulux’s Colour of the Year was recently announed as Brave Ground.
Create a gorgeous rustic scheme by using a warm beige as your paint backdrop and accessorise with natural materials and plants.
Dare to be dark
Image: Benjamin Moore
Be daring with your choice of bathroom paint and take a leap into the dark side. Not quite brave enough to opt for a pitch black? Consider a deep inky blue, forest green or dark grey. We think a bathroom is the perfect room to take risks with paint as most bathroom designs incorporate a lot of tiles, so there isn’t an abundance of free wall space, meaning you can definitely make a statement with your choice of paint colour.
Read more: How to use black in your bathroom
Image: Annie Sloan
This paint idea is definitely not for the faint hearted however its easy enough to achieve. Attempt to do your own floral design using a beautiful stencil – Annie Sloan has her own range which are easy-to-use and effortlessly stylish. If you’re a budding artist, consider doing your design free-hand for a truly unique look.
Without thinking about it, a lot of us paint our ceilings white even though we’ve opted for a creative paint design on our walls. But, why is this? Think outside the box and consider painting your ceiling the same colour as your walls or even a contrasting design, which will definitely add drama!
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Use paint as a backdrop to your bath to zone off different areas of your bathroom design. Is your bath something you’ve heavily invested in and want your design to draw attention to it? Painting the wall behind it a bold contrasting shade is a great way of doing this. It’s also an opportunity to introduce colour into your space without committing to an entire room design.
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