Bathroom Remodel Paint Ideas – Sure, you could spend months—and thousands of dollars—on a bathroom renovation. But why not save time and money by transforming your bathroom with a coat of paint? Bathrooms are the perfect place to play with paint, which can stand up to splashes and steam better than, say, wallpaper. The color you choose can really set the tone for the entire design and the finished space, whether you go for a bright jewel-box feel or a light and serene retreat.
When it comes to bathrooms, white never goes out of style. Cool whites will create a crisp, clean look, while off-whites will warm up a dark space. For a look that’s on-trend, try complementing white with a dark accent color, such as navy blue, hunter green, or black.
#1. Cobalt Blue Bathroom
This floor-to-ceiling azure tile work is absolutely a feature you’ll never forget. To up the ante, designer Justina Blakeney added a porthole-like mirror to the shower in her Los Angeles home. The Adriatic Sea hexagonal tiles are by Fireclay Tile.
#2. Sage Green Bathroom
Designed to feel like an enclosed porch, this vintage-feeling bathroom Lake Martin, Alabama was painted a trendy sage green by designer Bill Ingram. It features lantern-style light fixtures, hidden medicine cabinets, and freestanding, antique oak washstands.
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The farmhouse sink in this guest bathroom is designer Cameron Schwabenton’s subtle nod to this Charleston home’s earlier days as a kitchen house. Benjamin Moore’s Polo Blue on the walls adds a modern pop of color to this historic home.
#4. Mint Striped Bathroom
Designer Angela Free installed tiles to form wide, horizontal stripes in a 37-square-foot guest bathroom in a San Francisco, California, house. “Stripes are a nice, graphic design element that can bring movement and pattern to a room, but not in a busy way,” she says. By wrapping the pattern around the space, she opened it up and created “flow, a borderless space.”
Big splashes of color (including caliente red) dominate this Houston home, including the powder room by designers Celerie Kemble and Lindsey Herod. De Gournay’s Deco Monkeys animate the walls, while the brass sink from Waterworks adds a pop of grown-up glam.
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#6. Soft Taupe
Neutrals offer a realm of possibilities in the bathroom. Look to warm and cozy taupe wall paint to pair with light greens, pinks, and blues, such as with this room’s shower curtain and artwork. The soft hue makes even the smallest spaces feel luxurious and serene.
Paint Color: Kid Gloves, Benjamin Moore
#7. Ash Gray
Incorporate the cool colors of granite and concrete into your paint for a contemporary twist on gray. Dark wood floors warm up the hue, while bright white trim adds palette-brightening contrast to ensure the result isn’t drab. A black vanity provides a final touch of sophistication.
Paint Color: Ozark Shadows, Benjamin Moore
Buttery whites, like this creamy bathroom paint color, boast a lush depth that warms too-cool spaces. Parchment-color walls wash this space in soothing style that accentuates vintage decor. Metallic accents and a pop of pink complete the palette with tranquil elegance.
Paint Color: Parchment, Ralph Lauren
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#9. Seafoam Green
Create a spa-like retreat with the coastal aesthetic of soft green paint. Paired with white, the hue bridges traditional and contemporary styles. Pull in an accent color such as beige to warm the refreshing combo.
Paint Color: Hollingsworth Green, Benjamin Moore
#10. Clean White
Don’t dismiss a bright-white bathroom as boring just yet. The classic neutral paint color can be easily dressed up with layers of texture. Look to salvaged wood, straw baskets, and shiny glass tiles to up the style factor of white bathroom wall paint.
Paint Color: White Dove, Benjamin Moore
#11. Bright White
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#15. Blue Gray
#16. Powder Blue
With a renewed focus on rest and wellness, it makes sense that powder blue is 2017’s go-to hue. Its light and airy nature evokes thoughts of a warm spring day, and so it brings peace and serenity into a space. With this soft shade on the walls, daily routines will feel less stressful and an evening soak in the tub more enjoyable.
#17. Saturated Green
Once the Pantone Color Institute named Greenery their 2017 Color of the Year, saturated greens started springing up everywhere — and we’re not upset about it. Not only does this spry shade bring out the best in neutrals, but it’s also bright and full of visual interest.
#18. Jewel Tones
Jewel tones, in contrast, are full of drama, demanding to be a room’s focal point. After years of unassuming white-on-white designs, we love how these confident colors shake up the bathroom scene for 2017.
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#19. Golden Yellow
In letting go of tired trends, we’re learning to reinvent ourselves — and golden yellow is here to help. Versatile in nature, this sunny shade adapts to your design, adding soft energy to some spaces and outright adventure to others.
#20. Matte Black
So, which shade is generating the most talk this year? Hands down, the answer is matte black. Simultaneously sophisticated and subversive, this edgy hue offers intrigue without being too heavy for the room.