The color that you decide to put in your bathroom suites does more than serve the purpose of decoration or giving your walls a fresh coat. The bathroom is a place of relaxation and colors on your walls set the mood in the environment. What mood do you want delivered when you step in for a shower? You can choose the color to give you the mood or you can choose one that reflects on your personality.
White is the choice for most wash areas mainly because it communicates freshness and gives off a crisp look. White however has been overdone over the years and to place in a personal touch you can break the color with another of your choice. The best thing about white is that it goes with almost any other color and you can change-up the colors to suit your mood for the season.
Blue is another popular color as it is associated with water, the ocean and freshness. The good thing about blue is that unlike other colors, having many shades of blue in the same area does not look boring or clashing. Blue is particularly good if your house is set by the ocean or if the design of the suite is coastal theme.
Bolder attempts at color are found in going for color combinations instead of a tonal theme. Having two colors and their shades may need you to do a full remodeling but the last effect is worth it. The only trick with bathroom colors is that you have to get the hues right or everything will be messed up.
Say for instance that you go for a green and yellow color scheme. The two colors are compatible no matter how you place them but the particular shades you choose will determine the mood of the room. To get the shades right consult an interior designer or check for a color wheel on the Internet to match up what you want. Other viable color combinations are cream or off white with blue-gray, pink and cream, purple and silver.
Even bolder but very modern is having a three-color combination scheme. Add some white to the yellow and green, some green to orange, brown, black to the purple, and silver. The third color gives you much room to play around especially with accessories and the tint of the glass door on the shower enclosures. The mood you set for your bathroom determines the level of relaxation you experience.