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Ultimate Colour Combinations For Disabled Bathroom Design

by Bathtime Mobility on January 25, 2016 Comments Off on Ultimate Colour Combinations For Disabled Bathroom Design

When it comes time to redecorate any room of your home, it is really a good idea to do some research on the very best colour combinations for your chosen effect. We thought we’d take a look at which designs are popular now and are expected to remain popular for years to come.

Great Modern Bathroom Colour Combinations

Putty & Moss

Although they came into popularity last year, they came in late which means they are still growing in strength. These two shades are amongst the most natural looking within the standard colour spectrum. These shades co-ordinate exceptionally well, and create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere across the entire bathroom.

These colours complement each other beautifully and are a fantastic way of bringing the outside in. Moss and Putty typically work together in heritage properties, giving any bathroom a historical and luxurious look.

Mustard & Grey

Grey has been enjoying a major resurgence in popularity in recent years, particularly when placed alongside mustard yellow. When working together, they create a strong, masculine appearance, whilst the juxtaposition of cold and warm colours creates a cosy and inviting atmosphere.

If you’ve gone for the popular grey in recent years, then simply repainting one of the walls can really make a difference and enable you to bring your interior design up to date.  Alternatively, updating towels, bathmats or adding a colourful plant pot or picture can bring a splash of colour to any bathroom.

Rose Quartz & Sky Blue

In recent years, pink has been a colour that many people have shied away from in terms of interior design, but the muted, welcoming tone of rose quartz has stepped away from the eye-popping Barbie pink that many people dread. Instead, when used alongside a similarly muted sky blue, it can create a clean-looking and unique interior design that will certainly remain hugely popular over the next decade.

These two colours can be used to create a hugely sophisticated area, without risking the sense of aloofness that often accompanies that style of interior design.

Complete Your Bathroom’s Design, With Reliable Disabled Baths

Of course, when it comes to creating your ideal bathroom design, it takes more than just the correct colour scheme. You need to ensure that your bathroom features the very best baths and other mobility-focused features. Here at Bathtime Mobility, we can help you to create the atmosphere that you desire, without having to sacrifice usability and comfort.

For more information on our diverse range of disabled baths, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team today on 03300 882 237. Alternatively, you can make a visit to our showroom in Henley-on-Thames, to enjoy some hands-on time with our diverse range of products.

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