Green is not the most typical color for bathrooms, but it is becoming increasingly popular there for obvious reasons. Green is nature’s main color, green can be neutral and soft or bold and meaningful, green is compatible and there are many ideas out there to incorporate it into bathroom decor. In need of ideas to create a chic green bathroom?
Which style can green fit? Any! Green looks amazing in modern, modern, minimalist, art deco, vintage, retro, farmhouses, etc. – it depends on how much color you add and how you do it.
Color schemes and materials
Green is versatile: it can be light and pale or bold and even dark and moody. Green looks great with fresh neutrals or white to create a contrasting combination, green is great with black to make your room moody and chic, and of course you can create any kind of brightly colored space in green and other colors – pink , Blue, yellow and others. Green looks very sophisticated with brass and gold, so embellish your room with such lights.
Make your bathroom more catchy with different materials like wood, stone, terrazzo, marble, plywood and MDF, concrete, etc. Naturally stained wood can add a warm touch to your room.
When you go green, add lots of lights all around, add pendant lights and sconces to make the room more light-filled. Imagine skylights and add potted green to make the space more natural and feel like you’re outdoors.
If you have simple walls there are a lot of ways to decorate them. You can make a statement wall, decorate it with cool wallpaper, paint, stencils, even fabric and wood. Hang floating shelves, artificial animal heads, wreaths, bunting, etc. Your imagination is the only limit here. Photos and photo art are another cool and popular idea to use to decorate a simple wall. You can use wall murals or print your own pictures and rock them.
Oversized photo art or background images will give your room a very eye-catching look. Just choose the photo art carefully as it creates a mood. Print your own photos inspired by vacations or cool parties, for example, and create a cool photo wall. Choose frames in one style - buy or make them - to put them all in one composition. Today I'm going to help you create your photo wall and create this simple canvas print. Cut a piece of smooth pressed plywood to the desired size for your wall hanging. Slightly crop the picture to match the slight curvature in the wood. Paint the perimeter and edges of the wood. Use rubber cement to glue your picture onto the wood. Use spray paint and hang the picture with a sawtooth picture holder. Voila, now repeat that with all the pictures you want!