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4 Timeless Bathroom Colour Schemes

4 Timeless Bathroom Colour Schemes

When was the last time you painted a client's bathroom a shade other than white? Bathrooms often get left out when it comes to colour - a fact that we're trying to change. Dulux Trade Diamond Matt and Eggshell can be mixed in a huge array of shades, so colour needn't be sacrificed for durability. Show your clients how they can make a splash in their bathing space with these fabulous colour schemes.

On your blocks

Client nervous about using colour all over? Consider livening up a bland bathroom with smaller blocks of dark colours interspersed around areas of tiling, mirrors and on cupboard doors. These shades are Mercury Shower 1 and Hawaiian Blue 1 and are available in wall and trim products, so your clients can create a schemes that's coherent throughout.

Sing the blues

A calming shade of grey-blue is just what's needed if you client is after a spa-like sanctuary. Try suggesting Coastal Grey for a serene and subtle alternative to white. If they're keen on pattern, suggest using a panel or canvas to add an element of texture without overwhelming the space.

Slice of lime

Grey is a great alternative to white in a bathroom space. Not only is it right on trend, but it'll work for any style of home, from luxurious period bathrooms to small spaces. It also enhances smaller pops of accent colour beautifully, so your client can bring the space to life with hints of their favourite shade. Try Chic Shadow with Luscious Lime for a scheme with a zingy twist.

Green machine

Subtle shades in the bathroom will give a gentle, more relaxing feel to the space than a bright white. Try suggesting Overtly Olive on its own or with a flash of cheerful Caribbean Coral on smaller surfaces and accessories to live things up.

Visit the Dulux Trade Diamond Eggshell to make a splash with over 5000 shades.