When generating ideas to design your bathroom remodel, you might want to take into account that color and the pattern of color affects our perception of the size of the room.
In general, cooler colors (violet and blue are the colors which are considered the coolest) make your room feel larger, while warmer colors (red, orange, and yellow) help create the feeling the room is smaller.
As you consider ideas to design bathrooms, think about the actual size of the room and whether you wish it to seem larger or smaller once the remodel is finished.
So how does this relate to cost?
Unless you thrive on strong bold colors (as in the picture) and you know you will NEVER want to change your color scheme, make sure the major items that are the most difficult and most expensive to change are in neutral colors which will go with any color scheme. Specifically this refers to your tub, shower, and flooring (in most cases).
Why? Because sooner or later you will decide it’s time to change the look and feel of your bathroom.
It will be great when at that time you only need change the accessory items, such as the sink, faucet, toilet, mirror, light fixture, wall paint, etc.
So while the cost of your current remodel may not differ by selecting main items in a neutral color, the lifetime “cost of ownership” comes way down!
And, now that you are getting started on your bathroom remodel, do yourself a big favor and contact us today.
We know bathrooms!