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My bathroom has 1960's square white tiles that are in great shape. All the cabinets are a dark solid wood. What color would you recommend I paint the cabinets to update the bathroom?
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  • Rich Scott Rich Scott on Aug 30, 2016
    it really depends on the look you are going for and the style of the house. white tiles are neutral so you can be bold and go for some drama. Consider a darker color. If there is a dark color in the counter top or some favorite accent towels use that for inspiration. If you want to create a clean open look consider using "Swiss Coffee" by Behr paints. It seems to go with anything.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 30, 2016
    I would go to the Home Improvement stores and see what colors you like. Everybody has different taste and preferences. Once you decide on the cabinet color then you decide on the wall color and accessories.
  • Sandra. Jackson Sandra. Jackson on Aug 31, 2016
    I would paint the dark wood and stick some transfer on the tiles , you can stick plain transfers or patterned ones and you don't have to cover all the tiles, you can decide what ones you want to cover, make sure ou plan it all first,
  • Carol Carol on Aug 31, 2016
    The walls are painted a "ice blue" do you have a suggestion on a color for the cabinets?
  • Heidi Benton Doyle Heidi Benton Doyle on Aug 31, 2016
    I would keep the white tile and work with them. Do you have a window in your bathroom for light? If your trying to brighten up the bathroom I would paint the cabinets white and add some shiplap to the walls for texture. bathrooms can have lots of moisture so remember to use the right paint for a bathroom:)
    • Carol Carol on Aug 31, 2016
      I do have a window! It currently has a wood blind fixed for light and privacy as needed. thanks for ALL the suggestions!!!
  • Cathy Feldman Sanders Cathy Feldman Sanders on Aug 31, 2016
    Here's a couple of ideas, depends on your preferences: 1) Modern approach- light slate blue. 2) Traditional approach- warm Tuscan golden brown. 3) Neutral approach- light bisque canvas and pops of vivid teal in the accessories