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How To Make Lavender Bathroom Accessories Work For You

By Karin Mangan

Bathroom accessories can make a bathroom's decor look fabulous or completely destroy it. Bathroom accessories come in a wide variety of styles and colors. Though not many people think of using it in bathrooms, lavender is a fabulous color. As you look for bathroom accessories in lavender, you will want to ask yourself a few questions. These will help you understand what you really want before you begin shopping.

  1. Which shade? There are several shades of lavender. Visit a paint store and try to look for the shade that you like. There are blue-ish lavenders, pink-ish lavenders, and even lavender-y greens. Carefully consider all the options and then select one for your bathroom. Set a theme with the color, and find bathroom accessories in matching or artfully contrasting colors.
  2. What style? Considering the style of your bathroom accessories is also important. Do you want lavender flowers or abstract swirls? Do you prefer simple, clean lines or more elaborate and ornate designs?

Always consider the color of your walls and the floor before you make decisions regarding bathroom accessories. The secret to perfect color combination is the 60-30-10 rule. Use around 60 percent of one dominant color in your bathroom decor. Use 30 percent of a lesser, matching color and only 10 percent of an accent color.

In this case, bathroom accessories can easily comprise the ten percent of the accent color. The lavender will go well with the dominant and lesser colors on the walls, floors, and the fixtures - and you won't be committed to a lavender room until you spring for more paint.

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