Raised panel walls in the bathroom can be hopelessly sticky, shabby or old fashioned. Or it can be a strong design element as a backdrop to vintage fixtures or an extension of the view from the window. Painting wood is not always the best solution, but it can solve a lot of problems; Evaluate light, space and fitness panels before choosing paint or a larger grind and lacquer.
Cover the dated raised panel walls in the pigeon gray enamel or eggshell cover color. The color shines a gloomy bathroom that feels claustrophobic and shiny paint on the ceiling and trim borders the transformation. Painting over panels illuminates the colors of original floorboards that revitalize the coordinated space. Instead of an expensive floor substitute, cheap color and a few hours of work, a more modern land pattern will create.
Smooth Stage Set
A muddy, badly landed bathroom needs a theatrical hand to save it. Refinish an old-fashioned independent bath and pedestal sink in shiny white enamel. Then tackle the worn raised panel walls and floor. Cover walls and ceilings in a bright color enamel, like sunflower yellow or pale spring green. Paint wide stripes on the floor, copy wall color and add a complement – navy and sunflower stripes or light green and apricot stripes. Paint all wood trim the same as the alternative floor paint, and the room is pulled together and stylish, only place for a long time after gardening.