Bathroom Door


I just painted my bathroom and did all new decor. The trim around the door is white and I was wondering if I should paint the interior door the same color and leave the white trim around it or just keep the entire door white which is the original color?

2 Responses

  1. When deciding whether to paint the interior door the same color as the trim or leave it white, consider the overall aesthetic you want to achieve. Painting the door the same color as the trim can create a cohesive look and make the room feel more unified. It can also help the door blend in with the surrounding decor. On the other hand, keeping the door white can provide a contrast to the trim and make it stand out as a focal point. This can enhance the visual interest in the room and draw attention to the door as a design element. Ultimately, the decision should be based on your personal style and the look you are trying to achieve in your bathroom. Both options can work well, so choose the one that best complements your decor and creates the desired atmosphere in your space.

  2. If you've taken the time to re-paint your bathroom, including the trim around the door, then if I were you, I'd repaint the door with the same new white you painted the trim….
    It just makes good sense.

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