If I had to choose the best interior paint for a bathroom, I would probably go with some sort of grayish tone because I find that it goes well with a lot of the popular tile options right now. It seems like a lot of homeowners have trouble picking out bathroom paint ideas, which sort of baffles me because I find that there are so many decor items and materials to pull a shade from in there. Picking out paint is a lot less intimidating than a lot of people think. My biggest tip is to first find your inspiration piece or starting point -- that could be a piece of tile, a bath mat, a piece of art, or even a photo of a room that you want to imitate. Alternatively you could also research paint shades first and then pick out your other materials based on that. I think that agreeable grey is one of the best gray paint colors sherwin williams offers (pictured here) and you can basically make it work when in a pinch.
I really need some advice on the best interior paint for this room because I don't see us changing the tile or the color of the cabinetry, but the current shade just isn't working. Please ignore the textiles and the artwork, this is just a staged photo from when we were looking at the house before we bought it. Currently we have all white bath linens in there and little bits of navy blue decor. I think that the bathroom paint is way too warm for the other materials that they used here and prevents the bathroom from flowing together very well. Even though I know that it is the wrong shade, I am not quite sure what the right wall paint colors would be haha. If we did grey, I think everything would blend together too much because of the wall tile, but white seems too boring. What do you think?
I am trying to figure out the best interior paint for our master that is still a neutral shade, but brings a little bit more dimension to the space. I feel like, right now, there are two different vibes going on in here. I believe that most of the reason for that is because the bedroom paint colors are a totally different vibe than the furniture, textiles and decor. The paint is very soft, understated and elegant, while the overall decor vibe is more contemporary and chic. In my opinion, the two different styles are clashing at the moment. I think it would help if we had cooler toned walls, but I really don't have any specific paint color ideas that I think would work in here. What are your thoughts?
I know that I am probably the millionth person so talk about this on here, but I truly think that grey shades of all kinds are truly the best interior paint. The thing that makes a color great, is the ability to use it in any type of room with any type of decor and it look fantastic and cohesive no matter what. I see why these super soft grey shades are some of the most popular paint colors out there right now, because they definitely check all of those boxes. This really muted grey color looks so good with our casual rustic master bedroom, but I could totally see it in a super high end kitchen filled with marble and custom cabinets. Honestly, I like have the same wall colors throughout the house, so this would be perfect to be able to adhere to the decor of whatever room I am in.
Now that I have a little bit more experience with renovating and interior design, I have to say that the best interior paint is anything by Benjamin Moore. I literally don't think that I have had a bad experience with a single room that I have painted with their colors, and something about the interior paint ideas that they post on their social media just looks so much more high end than other retailers that I have looked at. Beyond the looks of the paint, the quality is top notch and actually requires less coats than other cheaper brands that I have used in the past. So, although you are paying more up front, it balances out in the end. This photo is one of my favorites that they have posted because the bathroom paint colors are just so elegant and ethereal. Just the vibe I am going for for our home.
If I had a gun to my head (yes I am overdramatic) and had to pick the best interior paint color to use in every single room of the home for every single job for the next 5 years it would definitely be this one by Benjamin Moore. Of all the interior paint colors that I have ever worked with, this is probably my favorite because of how incredibly versatile it is. Obviously this rich grey shade works so well with the contemporary design of this dining room, but it would also be just as beautiful in an elegant traditional kitchen with white or dark wood cabinetry. Not only that, but most wall painting ideas that you see on here tend to look a little bit outdated after a year or so. This color, though, will remain trendy for years to come because it is such a rich and timeless neutral.