Are you getting ready to give your bathroom a new look? One way to accomplish this is by getting a new bathroom vanity. Bathroom vanities come in many different looks and sizes, so deciding on the right one isn’t always the easiest task. Among the many things to consider when choosing a vanity, you want to think about what color it should be. Today, we’ll be helping you determine what color you should pick for your bathroom vanity.
Stick to a Timeless Color Choice
When we say a “timeless” color choice, we’re referring to colors that never go out of style. After all, there are many looks that go in and out of style over the years, and you won’t want to replace your bathroom vanity in order to keep up with fashion trends. By sticking to a timeless color, you’ll always be fashionable, no matter how often trends change. Examples of these “timeless” colors include natural wooden shades, or neutral colors like gray, beige, black, and white.
Consider Sun Damage
Does your bathroom get natural light? If it does, then you have to consider how sun damage will affect your bathroom vanity over time. Colors that absorb more sunlight are not good for your vanity in this case. Such colors to avoid include dark blue, green, and red.
Do You Go Monochrome or Use Color Pairings?
You don’t necessarily need to commit to a single color for your bathroom vanity. In some cases, going monochrome is perfectly fine, but in other cases, choosing a combination of colors can be an inspired option.
Generally speaking, we recommend going monochrome if you plan on using neutral colors, such as white, black, and gray. If you plan to use any other colors, we suggest the analogous route, which means picking multiple colors that are all next to one another on a color wheel.
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