We decided to keep things light & bright with the Break Arch master bathroom paint colors, especially given that the space has very little direct, natural light. If you're new to this project, or just want to refresh to see how far we've come, go here. Enjoy the tour...
SOAKING TUB & SHOWER VIEWS
OVER-ALL VIEW FROM CLOSET
SINK CABINET WITH LINEN
It's always best in a bathroom design to include a tall storage unit, and even though I typically refer to them in my designs as linen cabinets, they are intended to provide storage for things other than bulky items like towels. Often the drawers are used for clothing items like under garments, etc..
STAND-UP MAKE-UP STATION
In this case we used a portion of the tall cabinet for make-up drawers. The cabinet doors above the small drawers will include mirrors to create a convenient stand-up make-up station.
VIEWS LOOKING TOWARDS THE WALK-IN CLOSET
MORE ABOUT PAINT
I like to use the ceiling color (which is often a white) on the closet walls. Since closets typically don't have windows, keeping the walls light, and bright makes it easier to see the things stored in the closet.
Semi-Gloss, or Gloss finishes are best for cabinets, trims and millwork because they are more durable and have increased washability. For bathroom walls Semi-Gloss or Egg-Shell is best.
THE TAKE AWAY
- No room for a sit-down make-up vanity? Consider doing a stand-up station incorporated in the tall cabinet like we did with this project. Include small drawers for make-up storage and mirrors in the cabinet doors.
- Paint closet walls white to make it easier to see what's stored inside.
- Semi-Gloss, or Gloss finishes are best for cabinets, trims and millwork because they are more durable and have increased washability. For bathroom walls Semi-Gloss or Egg-Shell is best.
Tile & quartz counter tops!
Love the space you're in!