Home Decor Ideas wants to give you fresh ideas to your bathroom or powder room with these creative tips for mixing and matching your favorite colors.
Midnight Blue + Turquoise + Green Apple
In this half bath, one wall of patterned wallpaper is all it takes to make a bold statement. Bright green mixes with turquoise and a deep blue to form a one-of-a-kind color palette. A rustic wood vanity adds character to the space while white accessories brighten the room. The round mirror mimics the floral patterned wall and makes the space feel larger.
Cottage White + Silver
Subtle yet stunning is the name of the color combination in this bathroom. Gleaming white and silver surfaces are left looking cottage-friendly and the golden chandelier gives a glamorous touch to the decoration.
Ocean Blue + Sandy White + Wood Tones
Who wouldn’t want to experience the color of a tropical ocean every day? Here, the blue-green hue lends a playful vibe to a sleek, modern aesthetic. Subtle variations in tone keep the tile from coming off as garish, while wood tones and off-whites warm up the space.
Brown + Mustard Yellow
Weathered-wood paneled walls lend character and texture to the sleek gray vanity. The sleek sconce give the room a contemporary feel, while mustard yellow hand towels add in a punch of color. White accents give relief and a wood pocket door plays off of the rustic paneling to complete the room.
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Gray + White
Cool, clean, and classic, this neutral color scheme treats gray as an accent color on the wall and towels. Texture plays a big part in this traditional room’s ambience. Large-format rectangular tiles form the wainscoting, and gleaming polished-nickel fixtures pop against the quiet background.
Nautical Blue + Terra-Cotta Orange
Old meets new in a bathroom that combines vintage-style fixtures with a thoroughly modern wall tiled in orange and blue. The complementary colors give the bath an energetic personality, while the classic white fixtures and deep baseboard create a place for the eye to rest. White or blue linens pick up colors used in the mosaic without looking abrasive (as orange might).
Latte Brown + Apple Green + Hot Pink
Have fun with color in your bathroom the easy way. Start with a neutral base for walls and surfaces, then pick one or two accent colors. In this bath, the muted brown walls serve as a subtle backdrop for the vibrant green and pink accents, but the hue is just rich enough to have a commanding presence.
We are in love with this combinations, now the hardest part is to chose… What do you think? What is your favorite combo?