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Bathroom Paint Colors

Posted by Alyssa on May 17, 2018

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Figuring out bathroom paint colors can be tricky. You don’t want a boring color that washes out the room, but it can also be hard to decide on a color that won’t be overwhelming in a small space. When it comes to picking paint colors there can be a lot of trial and error. It helps to have a little bit of direction and an idea of what you want before you start painting test colors, so I’ve gathered together some popular bathroom paint colors to help. 

Bathroom Paint Colors

white bathroom

via Delightfully Chic

White bathrooms are so clean and will help your bathroom feel crisp and fresh - especially if you have bright white tiles. Benjamin Moore Simply White is a great, basic white paint you may want to try.

pink bathroom

via Apartment Therapy

While a pink bathroom might seem girlish and too young when you first think of it, but there are some beautiful, elegant pinks you can use without looking too feminine. Blush pink was huge last year and it’s sticking around! If you’re interested, Benjamin Moore Cream Puff.

 

yellow bathroom

via Better Homes and Gardens

For a bright, happy, and colorful room you won’t go wrong with yellow. With a sharp contrast between white trim, tiles, and accessories, yellow bathrooms can be bold without being overbearing. Give Behr Bicycle Yellow a try and see how you like it.

gray bathroom

via Kids Room Ideas

Gray is a classic neutral color that you can’t go wrong with. You can try out what I believe is the perfect gray color, or try out Farrow and Ball Cornforth White.

blue bathroom

via Home Bunch

Blue might be the color people think of immediately when choosing a bathroom paint color, but it doesn’t have to be boring. With so many different shades and hues of the color, you’ll be able to find something unique to your style. Benjamin Moore Manor Blue is a calming color that will help you create the perfect retreat.

charcoal bathroom

via The Blooming Hydrangea

For a bold, modern look you may want to use charcoal in your bathroom. A step up from black, but not as harsh or intense as pure black, charcoal will give you a warm bathroom you’ll never want to leave. If you’re intimidated by such a dark color, try out Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron and see how it looks before you count it out! 

 

What colors have you painted your bathrooms?  

 

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