Beach Themed Bathroom Sets for Childs

Mar 22nd

Beach themed bathroom sets – When choosing a design for your child’s bathroom, stick to a simple design with an attractive color palette as a beach theme.  Select the color palette for the room. To go with the beach theme, choose a pastel shade of blue or green – something like sea foam or light blue. If your walls and doors have trim, select a complementary color, ideally something lighter than the wall colors like white or a lighter shade of the color chosen for the wall.

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Purchase tinted primer and interior wall paint in your desired shades. Tinted primer helps to cover the current color on your walls. When buying paint, it helps to bring your room measurements in the store and ask professional how much paint you need. Choose a beach-themed wallpaper border walk around the walls near the ceiling. Choose something that goes well with the color palette you have chosen and which also corresponds to the beach themed bathroom sets. Choose palms, waves or seashells and buy enough to line every wall in the room.

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Apply masking tape to the place where the wall meets the ceiling. The tape contains a clean paint line and protects the edge of the ceiling from the paint you use on the walls for beach themed bathroom sets. Paint trim by hand with a small or medium brush. If the trim is white or light-colored already, do not prime it but it never hurts to do this. If you choose so, lay on a coat of primer and let it dry completely and then apply a coat of paint you have chosen to trim.