|Fish decor for bathroom walls|
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I wanted to make it easy to change the accent color whenever I wanted. It’s easy to change out the towels and rug for another color and give the bathroom a new different look. My bathroom was already in a natural color so all I needed was to plan my wall gallery. A good resource for colors is my article on future color trends.
Neutral bathroom wall color is great for decor
|A neutral color wall is the perfect place for colorful fish decor|
If your bathroom walls are in a natural color and the ceramic fish art work in the right colors, this combination would give an otherwise plain bathroom high visual interest. I decided to go with a wall gallery because I had one wall that was fairly large and bare. One wall art décor would look awkward on the wall and would not fill the space so a gallery would be the best choice. I also wanted something that would be steam proof. My bathroom tends to get real steamy therefore I knew ceramics would hold up very well. If you would like more information on how to hand ceramic art on the wall you can read my article, how to hang ceramic decor on the wall.
Creating the fish decor
|School of ceramic fish for bathroom wall|
Bathroom fish decor features and description
Since I was planning a gallery of ceramics I wanted to size each piece the right size. I did not want to have it too big. I ended up with ceramics about nine and ten inches long. This size would fill the space and work well in my situation. I thought about doing starfish or maybe old bathroom signs to make it look vintage but I ended up making ceramic fish. The fish would be grouped together on the wall making my gallery. I would position them going down or up at a slight angle to make it interesting. To form the gallery all I need was three fish approximately nine to eleven inches long each.
Three fish were made by cutting the clay into three equal parts and rolling them out on the roller to get a nice and even thickness. All the air was worked out of the clay beforehand. I then marked the clay with my design and cut the clay into the shape of a fish.
The clay fish was then set out to dry. The clay slowly dried out and became what’s called “Leather Hard”. This is a state where the water in the clay has evaporated. Once fired the clay is called bisqueware. In this state, the clay art is easily breakable. I applied several coats of paint, let dry and then fired the pieces up to about two thousand degrees in the kiln.
Fish decor color scheme
The color scheme is colorful and uses complementary colors that looked great together. The fish turned out to be great. They did not break during the firing process. I mounted the fish on a bathroom wall turning the wall into a ceramic wall art gallery.
|Striped Bass with black, blue and red accent colors|
Closer look at bathroom fish decor
Part 1 fish decor
Part 2 fish decor
Bathroom fish decor conclusion
|Striped Bass with black, green, orange and red accent colors|