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Looking for a bathroom with some “zing”? Look no further! Bar none, paint makes a bold statement and can totally transform any space. What better a place to make beautiful than where you spend your time getting ready for the day or winding down at night? Step into a fresh attitude, a fresh coat of paint and find your bathroom paint inspiration with these gorgeous looks!
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The combination of the fresh, crisp white with the sea blue floors (in Tidewater by Sherwin Williams) and bright teal tile shower make for a bathroom with va-va-voom! Painted floors are an unexpected and powerful way to amp up the watts on your home decor. Combine with classic white accessories and you’ve got a beautiful master bath. Who’s ready to take on the day now?
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Wow, how fabulous is this stenciled wall in colors like Ralph Lauren Knole Purple and Ralph Lauren’s Burnished Gold Metallic. And the hardware on the vanity—to die for. Achieve this home paint inspiration by combining dark woodsy colors with bright metallics with muted purples. Lighting here is key so make sure to look for small fixtures with shades with copper linings. They’ll give off a warm, homey feel.
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Vintage glamour at its best. The killer combination here is the subtle calm of the muted yellow-green, the clean lines of the white tile and the strong stripes in the curtains. Add a crystal chandelier and well…you may just want to move into your bathroom. For this look, try Behr’s Pear for a muted green.
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Ok, how amazing is Little Bit of Paint? With some molding, the perfect grey and a can-do attitude, this blogger totally changed the look and feel of her guest bathroom. The contrast of the white chair rail (in Valspar’s Betsy’s Linen) and the deep gray (Valspar’s Wet Cement) is striking. Pro tip here—by swapping out a standard bathroom mirror for a painted flea-market find, she makes the room look more expensive.
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Get the royal treatment in this fabulous powder room. By combining dark gray moulding in colors like Farrow and Ball’s Mouse’s Black with a light gray door in a color like Farrow and Ball’s Hardwick White and deep, rich purple walls in Benjamin Moore’s Gentle Violet your effect is dazzling. Keep a clean white ceiling to offset all your drama. All you need is a black velvet gown, perhaps a tiara, and you’re ready to go!
Which look is your favorite? Have a bathroom paint job in mind? Tell us!