The neutral colour can also work well in smaller bathrooms, according to the pro as it helps to bounce light around.

This can make the room look bright and airy, without having to stick to an all-white colour scheme.

The expert added: “It can also be used as the background tiles, running as a thread across different patterns to tie them into a cohesive look.

“Choosing different patterns, for the walls, floors and even bath panels, can create a look that is interesting and different, bringing to life a built-in bath that can otherwise be quite plain.

Post source: Express

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