What to do bathroom wall in?

I did my bedroom beachy with kind of cream walls, a lavender accent wall, and a beach scene mural. Was thinking of doing the connecting bath in gray but they just don't match. I need a "warm" gray or some new ideas. I'm not at home to get pics of bath but here is the bedroom. I've learned and implemented so many ideas from suggestions and posts on here that I'm excited to see what you have in store for me now!
q what to do bathroom wall in
q what to do bathroom wall in
q what to do bathroom wall in
  5 answers
  • Ann Cherkas Halstead Ann Cherkas Halstead on Jun 09, 2018
    how about get the gray you want and have them add some Lavender into it.
  • Lynn Lynn on Jun 09, 2018
    Take a sham to the paint store/ Home Depot/ Lowes and match paint there. It looks like aqua would be a good bet for towels, lavender for soap accents and washcloths. You can probably get a small basket of shells from the Dollar Tree and scatter some aqua and lavender small hand soaps on the shells (leave in basket unwrapped).
  • Mogie Mogie on Jun 09, 2018
    Go to the paint section of a big store and get paint chips. Take them home and hold them up to your wall and see what looks best. Don't make your decision at the store since their lighting is different from yours.
  • If you have any leftover paint you can brush some on a piece of paper and take it with you. There's also a few apps for paint matching. The one I've used is Behr color studio. You download it, take a pic with your phone. The app will show you coordinating colors. Its actually pretty cool. I found some paint in the oops section and there was paint on the side of the can so I didn't really know what the color was called. My bathroom lighting is awful, no windows. I had a hard time finding a white to do the trim and baseboards. Everything was too brown or too blue. It just didn't look right. I used the app and found the perfect color white
  • Mindshift Mindshift on Jun 09, 2018
    You do not need to match your bath colors exactly to your bedroom colors. You only need to mimic them. Gray paint is not just black and white; it has color. The photo below is from Behr's Color Visualizer. The gray is Flannel Gray N520-3, and it has a red tone, meaning it is definitely a warm gray. I paired it with Malaysian Mist S440-2 which has a cyan tone. The Malaysian Mist mimics the color of a tropical sea, and the Flannel Gray works with your cream walls.