Purple Bathroom Decor
Purple bathroom decor is an increasingly popular color choice. Purple and its range of related colors can provide a calm, soothing and striking design. By incorporating decor elements into an overall purple color scheme, you can add a touch of soothing romance and elegance to your bathroom design.
HGTV fan BelleInteriors was inspired by the time period of her early 20th-century home when she remodeled the bathroom. Yellow-green walls and a bold pink floral arrangement provide great contrast between the black marble floor and the room's cool color scheme.
Dash of Yellow
Black walls can make a room look small and dark, but not this bathroom that pulls it off beautifully using a good balance of white, light and a splash of color. HGTV fan KT_Designs incorporated subtle touches of yellow for an element of color against the walls and furnishings. A black-and-white toile shower curtain helps pull the entire look together.
Nothing is more relaxing and serene than the sea. HGTV fan VintageKitchen used sea-inspired colors of green as inspiration for this spa-like master bathroom. The walls are covered with aqua glass tiles that end at an angled beadboard ceiling. A vintage crystal chandelier and white china cabinet lend a shabby cottage feel.
If you can't change your bathroom tile, try decorating around it in a coordinating color. HGTV fan mstupski infused this gray-tiled room with yellow and brought it back to life on a budget. Sunny accessories, paint and a floral bathmat dramatically brighten the gray tile.
Purple bathroom decor can come in many forms, from a few simple accessories to an entire theme seen throughout the space. One of the first elements to consider incorporating into your purple bathroom decor theme is the linen collection in the bathroom. Towels, bath mats, shower curtains and window shades are all great candidates for carrying a color and hue theme throughout the space. They're also widely available in a range of purple, lavender and lilac colors, from light shades almost bordering on pink to striking, powerful and dramatic deep purples. Even in a design that doesn't feature purple as a primary color or even an accent on walls, floors or fixtures, these linens and other accessories can be a great opportunity to add a pop of purple to any bathroom space.
For an even more consistent theme, consider featuring purple as a primary or accent color on furniture. Cushions on benches or chairs, hardware on cabinets or even the cabinets themselves can feature shades of purple effectively. Don't be afraid to use patterns, either—bold stripes, polka dot designs, plaid and gingham can all feature well on cushions and other areas.
When it comes to wallpaper, you'll have plenty of choices among designs featuring purple. Playful yet traditional toile, modern geometric patterns and more style-neutral stripes and solids are all available and can be an effective way to incorporate purple into your bathroom design.
Artwork can also be a great way to add purple to a bathroom decor scheme. Impressionistic or modern designs featuring purple as a primary color are plentiful, and they're only an Internet search or trip to your local art gallery away. Wall art or small statuary pieces can be a great way to incorporate any color in a subtle yet strong way.
Countertops and flooring can also feature purple in your bathroom design. Some forms of stone and marble can be dyed to your specifications to carry the purple theme, or you can opt for artificial surfaces in hues of purple. Floors can be created from purple tile in a wide range of materials, and wood floors can be painted purple as well.
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