Top 10 paint colors for bathrooms
Whether you're painting the powder room or embarking on a total transformation of your at-home spa, choosing the right color is crucial to the design. You want your bathroom to feel relaxed, yet effortless. These on-trend colors can help achieve the effect you're looking for.
An edgy alternative to blue, steel gray doesn't have to look cold. Combined with a modern sink and shower plus warm and inviting decor, it looks sleek and stylish without being overdone. If you consider yourself the modern, Swedish-furniture type, this is a color for you. Just make sure to use an easy-to-clean paint with great coverage like Glidden's DUO Paint + Primer.
It's clean and pretty, plus it's totally versatile. Combined with white ceilings, this traditional color can go with pretty much any decor. Plus, it's warm and simple.
A gorgeous light yellow can spruce up a small space without overwhelming it. Yellow is clean and refreshing — two things that are bathroom musts. Plus, it can be an effective neutral tone if done correctly.
Like a breath of fresh air, mint is perfect for bathrooms near the beach (or bathrooms you wish to decorate with a beach theme). Lighten up your space with paint, then add in anchor, rope and seashell details. Your bathroom can be your personal getaway.
A darker version of mint, turquoise is a pop of color that looks amazing paired with yellow, burgundy, brown and more. Paint one wall for a delightful accent, or go all out for a delightful splash of color.
Combining lemon and beige gives you a gorgeous, rich color of gold that can be a neutral tone if the rest of the room is decorated properly. It looks great with black and white details. Burgundy and navy blue are great options, too.
We're not talking straight-up purple. A deep, rich tone of red-purple looks great paired with neutral towels and gold details.
Blending the trends of mint and steel, this deep, grayish shade of blue is a relaxing, soothing color that's bound to ease your mind before the morning hubbub.
Perfect for a kid's or teenager's bathroom, this shade of blue never really goes out of style. It can look young and fresh yet sophisticated enough to fit in your house.
This pale shade of pink doesn't have to venture into the realm of "old-lady pink." This clean, near-white hue is a hint of femininity without being a full-on assault of girliness.