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Picking Your Restaurant's Bathroom Color

Posted on Feb 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM by Eric Dokey

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A business’ bathroom isn’t usually a place many people want to spend much time. After all, it’s a bathroom – that numerous people are using. That’s why it’s essential that you make your restaurant bathroom as nice looking a space as you possibly can.

While this is no simple task, choosing the right color scheme can go do a lot to make your restaurant bathroom a nice place to be. Below you will find four pointers that will help guide you in the right direction when it comes to choosing a paint color for your restaurant bathroom.

1. Think About Maintenance

The bathrooms in your restaurant are definitely to be high traffic areas. With people in and out constantly, leaning against walls, or small children putting their hands on the walls, this area is likely to take a beating. Keep this in mind when choosing your paint color. White, beige, or another light shade will show scuffs, marks, and all signs of dirt very often. You clearly don’t want to repaint every few months, and stained walls will quite honestly be bad for business, as a dirty bathroom can indicate a dirty business overall. In order to make sure that your bathroom stays looking lovely and clean as long as possible, choose a darker shade that is less likely to show wear and tear. You will also want to use a durable paint that can be wiped down often without chipping, peeling, or fading.

2. Think About Cleanliness

Bathrooms aren’t thought to be the cleanest spaces in a restaurant, although they need to be kept as spic and span as possible. Due to this, you may want to think about using a material that can be wiped down, at least on the bottom half of walls. A combination of tile on bottom, and paint on the walls, can be beautifully done and will allow you to really scrub the bottom half that is more likely to take the brunt of the wear. If you’re not sure how to make this work in a way that is pleasing to the eye, speak with a commercial painting contractor in your area for a little bit of help.

3. Think About Atmosphere

While you no doubt have thought about setting the right mood in your restaurant, it’s important to continue that train of thought in the bathroom. It may be easy to brush this off, but an inviting and pleasing bathroom area is actually quite important. Patrons will possibly spend time in the space talking or touching up, and you want them to feel comfortable when doing so. Use warm and inviting colors to make the space feel welcoming, rather than cold and sterile. Shades of gray, brown, green, and blue can all be a good place to start.

4. Think About Staying Consistent

It’s important to keep the same vibe that you have in the dining areas of your restaurant flowing into the restroom areas. If the remainder of your restaurant is done in grays, whites, and reds, then you should continue those colors into the bathroom. While you may need to change things up a bit to fit the space, keeping it pretty much the same throughout is a good idea. It can be jarring to go from one color scheme to something completely different in the bathroom area, and may actually make it feel as if little thought was put into the design choices in your restaurant. This isn’t perfect, as you want customers to know you take every choice about your business seriously.

Keep the aforementioned elements in mind when choosing your color scheme for your business’ bathroom in order to ensure that the space is a pleasant place for customers to visit. If you need help narrowing down your options, speak to a commercial painting contractor in your area to help guide you to the right design choice. These professionals have the experience and expertise to help you make the best decision possible for your business.

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