Some of the post popular bathroom colors 2019 that I have seen are these warmer neutrals as shown in these stunning photos. In past years, trendy bathroom paint colors have definitely been leaning into the cooler category but I am thrilled to see a wider variety of shades popping up in some of my favorite design magazines. Nice tans, mochas, and taupes like are feature in this glamorous master suite seem to be all the rage among designers today, and for good reason. These color schemes blends so well with more natural stone bathroom shower tile ideas and elegant metal furnishings like this beautiful brass chandelier hanging over the freestanding tub as well as the knobs on the vanity.
I am finding that the most popular bathroom colors 2019 are moving away from the crisp cool greys and blues from years past and lean more towards warmer beiges and taupes that were trendy awhile ago. This beautiful master suite is a great example of the latest bathroom color ideas that I have been seeing in home decor conventions and magazines. The nice tan shade has a neutral enough undertone to blend well with the warm undertones of the wood, but does not clash against the slightly grey shades of the travertine tile used on the floors and walls. I find that the best interior paint shades have this quality in that they can blend well with either cool or warm shades in home furnishings, making them the most versatile options for your color palette.
This is yet another example of one of my favorite bathroom colors 2019 (charcoal gray). I absolutely love how they used a monochromatic color palette throughout the entire space including tiling, vanities and wall painting ideas, to keep the room looking very simple yet clean and elegant. All of the colors are in the same family, just presented in a variety of depths and saturation. As you can see from the bathroom remodel pictures we took, the walls are simply a lighter shade than the dark pewter tiles in the shower and on the floor, but the mosaic flooring accent carries that same light tone to tie it in.
As you can see, our current space is quite outdated so I have been on the hunt with my designer for bathroom colors 2019 that will bring this old room into a more trendy and current style. The space has good bones with the large layout, double vanity and intricate tile work, but the bathroom color schemes that the previous owner chose just seem too warm which gives it quite an outdated feel. I really do not want to rip out all of the tile because it is quite nice and would be a huge expense. So I am looking for interior paint ideas that would coordinate with this tile, but give the space an upgraded and modern look.
I have been reviewing the latest bathroom colors 2019 in order to pick out a new shade for our master suite remodel. I am particularly inspired by the paint color ideas in these photos because they provide a beautiful and soft foundation to the rest of the decor while being bold enough to let you know that there is something other than white on the walls. I have been a fan of marble (or faux marble) tiling for years, but have never like the stark white and grey paint palettes that seem to always be partnered with it. This bathroom paint is a nice twist on a classic look and seems to create a more eclectic and contemporary vibe -- something that is much more aligned with how I want our remodel to look.
My favorite bathroom colors 2019 have been these dusty gray shades because I feel that they appeal to a wide range of clients with nearly any decor preference from traditional to contemporary, and they blend well with so many other shades. Wall paint colors should provide a good base for the rest of your design rather than standing out as the main decor element (at least in my opinion). This is certainly the case in bathrooms because there are so many other pieces (tile, vanities, light fixtures, tubs, showers etc.) completing for attention that you don't want to overwhelm the space with yet another bold feature. Gray bathroom paint is such a fantastic choice for these spaces because it does add some color and design but in a very subtle and elegant way.