It goes without saying that colorblocking is all the rage this season, at least per the Spring 2012 runways where women’s clothing is concerned. A few tastemakers in the interior design realm — Martha Stewart, for one — have started dabbling with its adaptation into home decor as well, and as far as the bathroom is concerned, the idea couldn’t be smarter.
Colorblocking is easy to achieve in a smaller space, since there isn’t much math to be considered in terms of how many items to include from each color in any given scheme. Trial and error is easier in a tiny room, and while the trend can be implemented in the form of paint, wallpaper or tile to achieve the look above, it can also be as simple as adding a bold, fruit-punch-hued Martha Stewart shower curtain or a brightly geometric set of towels.
In need of a wake-up call for your home this spring or summer? A little experimentation with colorblocking might be just the ticket, and it doesn’t require much effort at all.