Top 25+ Bathroom Wall Colors Ideas 2017 – 2018
Bathroom wall colors transform your space by simply using paint. You may not have a lot of bathroom wall space because of tile. Tuscan style was popular a few years ago and has become outdated in every area except for the bathroom. The elegant theme and rich wood tones paired with natural stone is a timeless look for a bathroom that will remind of your favorite high end hotels. Tuscany bathroom decor colors use a variety of tones. The walls are usually glazed in shades of gold or cream depending on how daring you want to go.
Use natural elements for home decor colors in the bathroom. Worn wood brings in gray and white tones and works with a Nantucket or rustic room. Plus, the wood is already worn so it doesn’t have to remain in pristine condition. Paint a mural in a kid’s bathroom using turquoise, orange, and yellow swirls. This works well if your kiss share a bathroom and they each want a different color. Just keep the swirl design on one focal wall so the room doesn’t make your kids dizzy. Black or gray walls make an unusual statement in a bathroom that gets a lot of light or you want to have a moody or jewel box feel.
A bathroom interior is usually filled with bright white trim. This matches the white toilet and bathtub. If your tile is looking cream, it probably just needs a bit of a scrub. Wainscoting is cheaper than tile and covers the bathroom walls in a cottage feel. The best trim color is one that fits in with your overall design. If you go a different way with your trim try a taupe that will look more intentional than cream which just may seem like you made a mistake at the paint store or forget to clean. Blue is a popular bathroom color because of its bright, fresh feeling and the fact that it always feels clean. Martha Stewart has a pretty set color palette of sage green, cream, dusty blue and taupe. Play on this by painting each wall a muted color. This way you just won’t have to pick just one and you know it would drive Martha Crazy.