Soak Up the Color

Give your bathroom a colorful refresh by focusing on accents.

Make a Contrasting Statement

If you want to make a splash in the bathroom, paint trim in a color that contrasts with the walls. The color wheel is a helpful tool: Find your main room color on a color wheel, and choose the color directly opposite for the trim. Of course, you can’t go wrong with the classic example of contrasting colors: white walls with black trim.

Enhance Your Vanity

In a small bathroom without a lot of architectural detail, the vanity takes center stage. With the help of paint, you can turn a simple vanity into a work of art. A geometric pattern featuring colors found throughout the bathroom or bold coordinating color will not only heighten the visual appeal of your vanity; it will also lend intrigue to the entire space.

Things are Looking Up

When it comes to revamping the bathroom, let’s not forget the fifth wall. Painting the ceiling a light color creates a sense of greater space in a cramped powder room. If your bathroom walls are white, you can still create the higher-ceiling effect by painting the fifth wall a bright neutral.