People with smaller bathrooms may feel at a loss as to what to do with them to spruce them up, but one expert has claimed sticking to an airy pallet can do wonders for even the most closet-like space.
Karen Haller, interior designer and colour expert, said that opting for paler tones can make a room look like it has better width, depth and ceiling height and new paints with a light-reflective value can enhance this impression further.
When it comes to choosing a colour scheme, she said it was important to use tools such as a colour wheel to ensure shades do not clash with one another.
Ms Haller explained: “A harmonious colour scheme is one that gives a harmonious feeling. An example of a harmonious colour scheme is one [created] using complementary colours.”
Earlier this month, the expert claimed wall shades can reflect the householder’s personality – which could be something to consider when picking out a new theme for the bathroom – with some reflecting characteristics such as playfulness, calm and romance.