Who doesn’t love a beautiful bathroom with a stunning bathtub, separate shower area and heated flooring? We all crave the good things in life but sometimes limited space and restricted budget makes things difficult. Do not worry if your master ensuite bathroom is small and cluttered. You can still make it beautiful and larger than life with a few quick tips.
Painting the Bathroom: Add Charm to the Master Ensuite
The bathroom attached to the master bedroom should definitely be a showstopper! But, if the master ensuite bathroom looks cramped, we have an affordable solution for you! Painting a room is cheaper than renovating it. And, it still delivers great results. Let’s understand how paint colors will give you a better-looking bathroom.
1. Selecting Shades Smartly
You can make a small bathroom appear bigger by using light shades on the walls. Light colors such as cream, pearl, pink, icy blue, aqua, etc., will attract more natural light and brighten up the bathroom space. But, if the flooring is dark, do not go for very light shades. Choose shades that are similar to the fixtures and flooring so that it will create an optical illusion of a large room. If you opt for contrasting shades, only the bright colors will stand out and thus, make the area look even smaller than before.
2. Taller Walls, Anyone?
How to create an impression of taller walls? Well, you can paint the walls and ceiling in same colors so that your eyes move seamlessly from the walls to the ceiling without any obstruction. It will create an illusion of taller walls. Another way to achieve the goal is to opt for vertical stripes. If the bathroom needs height, paint vertical stripes in shades similar to other things in the area. The textured walls will add a new dimension and make the master ensuite appear bigger.
3. Don’t Skip the Trim?
Do not ignore the trim moldings in the bathroom. The safest color is white. A perfectly painted white trim will open the area by complementing the color on the walls and ceiling. Now, there are many shades of white ranging from cool to warm. Select one that perfectly blends with other colors in the bathing area. You can even select a shade lighter than the walls to expand the room. The same theory applies to doors and windows.
Are you still confused?
Painting a master ensuite doesn’t cost much. The average cost of painting a small bathroom (5×8 feet) is $300-$500. The cost can change depending on your requirements. But if you are worried about making the right decision, you can seek expert help. Contact a reputed home painter with a team of color consultants. Book an appointment with the color consultant, discuss your needs and let them see the master bathroom. He/she will create a color palette that elevates the space and caters to all your requirements. So, do not lose sleep over choosing painting colors for the master ensuite. Hire an expert and get ready for a new and improved bathroom at an affordable price.