For all of the new construction home owners out there who are concerned about what paint color they should choose, it is important to remember that the material, the finish, and the color they choose all impact the color that will work best for their home.
The color of your new vanity should never be a concern, but the finish and even the material of your vanity can impact the color that works best for your home. The color of your vanity is really just a matter of preference, but the materials that you decide to paint your vanity with are much more personal than the color. We recently did a “home build” with a vanity that was painted in a gray tone. That’s pretty standard for most homes these days.
The same colors that you choose to paint your vanity can also affect the finish of your vanity. Some areas you might choose to paint a solid color like white, while other areas you might choose to paint a wood finish like walnut. The finish of your vanity should be the most important element in your new home. The wood of your vanity is not going to be affected by the color of your vanity.
Some people have told me that the wood of their vanity should be painted a gray tone, to keep it from catching on everything. Well, I disagree. If your vanity is painted in a gray tone, your vanity will be harder to clean, and will also be harder to repaint if you decide to do a wash. On the other hand, if your vanity is painted a wood finish, you’ll have a much harder time cleaning it.
One of the biggest complaints I’ve heard about my new vanity is that the color of the wood it’s painted in is different than the wood used in the rest of my house. I find that most of the paint on my vanity is a dark brown, or a gray shade. That’s not even the worst part. The wood that I’m painting is the same wood that I’ve been using in my house for years.
Yes, you are correct. It is most certainly the same wood. In fact, Im not sure that its a color issue at all. Ive owned the wood in the vanity since I bought it in the late 90s. Ive always used it as a vanity. Ive never had any trouble with the paint peeling or splitting. Its a very uniform color.
Ive been painting the wood for over fifteen years now, and I can confirm it as being the same color. Maybe it just happened to be a little darker as I was working on the vanity. Ive had no problems with it since I bought it. Ive actually painted the vanity in the same color as the wood. I had a stain that was almost the same shade of the wood I was painting that was in the vanity.
Its nice if you decide to paint the wood of the vanity a darker color and use a stain to paint the wood. A lot of the time you don’t need to because the stain and paint will match.
Its nice that you can get a vanity made the same color as the wood. It will give you the same amount of fun. But if you want to paint the wood a different color you will need to stain it. You can use the same stain, but you will need to buy a new vanity. So if you arent going to paint the wood a different color you may have to replace the vanity.
But there are other reasons why you may want to paint your wood vanity a darker color. And if that doesnt work for you, then you can always just paint it the same color.