What color should I paint my bathroom?

We are putting rub bronze fixtures and vessel sinks.
  11 answers
  • KatAych KatAych on Mar 01, 2016
    You can paint your bathroom any color!!! Do you want to match it to your cabinets or vanity top? What colors do you like?? I've had bathrooms that were various shades of blue, purple, yellow, green, etc...the sky is the limit! What style is it? What look are you going for??

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 01, 2016
    What color are your fixtures and flooring how big is the bathroom?

  • Elise Williams Elise Williams on Mar 01, 2016
    to go with bronze fixtures, a "creamed cinnamon" is smashing ! Lot of bathrooms I've done in this combo have earned me high marks as a decorator. Creamed Cinnamon is such a complimentary colouring for every complexion. Blue is also a colour that is good with bronze. My last home had all the walls that were a soft warm color and Everyone loved how every piece of art work stood out and in the winter the warm glow made it feel brighter and less cold. Good luck.

  • Anne Anne on Mar 02, 2016
    Light Taupe. The dark wood will really pop and have a very clean look to it. Benjamin Moore has really great colors for this.

  • Nancy Flemming Nancy Flemming on Mar 02, 2016
    Ditto to above comments. Just don't use yellow in a bathroom it is not complimentary for any complexion.

  • Kathi Kammerdiener Kathi Kammerdiener on Mar 02, 2016
    A light sage green goes really well with rubbed bronze and dark wood.

  • LD LD on Mar 02, 2016
    Bronze goes with everything, so I would look at pulling your colors from the flooring, tiles and bathroom vanity. If this is the master bathroom, and the flooring, tiles and bathroom vanity are neutral in color, then pull colors from the bedroom into the bathroom in order to connect the two rooms together. Just don't go to dark, for it will make the room seem darker and smaller.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 02, 2016
    without knowing any other colors one cannot make a suggestion.

  • Candeelyn Candeelyn on Mar 02, 2016
    I've tried colors and they were nice but I end up going neutral . Easier to decorate around and switch up curtains , decor.. If it's small matching with the flooring color will help not closing in.

  • Anne Anne on Mar 03, 2016
    I agree with Candeelyn. Neutral backdrop and make the room pop with accessories you can change out if you get decide to do something different.

  • Carolyn V Carolyn V on Mar 07, 2016
    we love gray tones; especially if it is the warm beige gray and made one wall the accent wall with charcoal gray over our tub, love it