When customers pop into the store looking for bathroom paint ideas, I generally direct them to this site to browse all of the beautiful photos to get some decor inspiration. When in doubt, I think that finding photos that inspire you or that feature bathroom design ideas that would translate into your current layout or architectural style is a fantastic technique to give you some direction. I think that this particular design is a fantastic example of the best bathroom paint colors to use in a home that you cannot decide if you want it to be traditional or modern style. The shades they used are quite classic and would translate well to a bunch of different decor styles, yet the overall space has a distinctly contemporary look that makes it feel fresh and updated.
I have been looking around for bathroom paint ideas to use in our new master bath that we are building and I am not sure if I should go bold or subtle and serene with the wall shades. After looking at the popular bathroom colors for 2019, I am noticing that a lot of grey and blue is very on trend this year. I am not surprised by that since I have seen a ton of marble and paneled white cabinetry used alongside those shades. I really like the idea of using gray bathroom paint like they used on this room because I think that it is neutral enough that I could pair nearly any decor style with it, yet rich enough that it will make our white cabinetry and trim really pop alongside it.
Whenever I am looking for bathroom paint ideas for a new design, I try to pick out a shade from one of the decorative accents or primary finishes like tile work or a vanity. For this particular space, the bathroom color schemes were inspired by the very unique wood finish on the his and hers vanities that cover an entire wall. The tiger striping of dark brown and soft grey creates a very cool modern vibe in this serene space so I wanted to make that element pop by pulling one of the softer shades from the pattern to use on the wall. I generally gravitate towards bathroom color ideas that feature very subtle and relaxing shades that create a spa-like look.
I have been wondering which bathroom paint ideas to use in our admittedly outdated master suite because I am not sure if a neutral shade would best compliment the white washed cabinets or if I need to go with a bolder darker look. I have heard that the best paint for bathrooms are products that will not show (or get stained) from moisture and ones that are quite easy to clean. To me, that means that I should probably avoid darker shades that may get drips or runs in them as moisture beads off of it but I am just not sure. If any designers on here have any thoughts on the bathroom decor ideas I should use to bring some life back into this drab space please reach out, I am certainly all ears to a professional (or amateur) opinion.
We are definitely in need of some bathroom paint ideas for our guest suite because, all though the sunny yellow shade is quite cheerful, it is just not the vibe I am wanting for this space. I much prefer more neutral bathroom paint color ideas that feature soft grey shades or a nice taupe color. They provide such a great neutral backdrop and can transition well with new styles over the years without ever screaming "outdated." I have been told that the best bathroom colors for this space would be a cool toned shade to accent the white tile and pedestal sinks, but I am not sure of the best shade to go with. Our contractor said to use Benjamin Moore paint, so if anybody has suggestions on specific shades, please let me know!
I always struggle to find bathroom paint ideas that match all of the other elements like tile, vanities and countertops. I don't want to pay a designer to come in and do it for me because I figure that I can research bathroom remodel ideas and come up with something on my own. Generally my strategy is to find a photo of a room that I love, and then pretty much replicate the features of the space. I really like the all grey palette that the used in this large master bath because it has a modern look but with a traditional foundation from the vanity cabinetry, clawfoot tub and fixtures. The soft taupe shade that they used has been popping up in the popular bathroom colors 2019 lists that I have been seeing, so it seems like a safe bet for our home.