Asked on Jan 02, 2016

Paint colors that would compliment an all almond bathroom

My bathroom has almond tub/shower, floor, and toilet. The sink is currently hunter green (will probably change that out but then it would have to be almond??) and the wallpaper is a horrendous paisley that I must get rid of. I would like to find a color that would allow me to have the trim painted white. Suggestion on specific colors please!
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  • Danielle King Foster Danielle King Foster on Jan 02, 2016
    Here's s picture that shows the ugly wallpaper. Toilet and shower are almond/tan and the vanity is hunter green with oak cabinet. Need to update this mess asap!!
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  • Country Design Home Country Design Home on Jan 03, 2016
    Hi Danielle-the possibilities are endless on what you could do with the color palette. Even though you don't like the floral wallpaper, the color choices in there could serve as your guide. Grays, greens, even teals all go well with almond fixtures and white trim. If the green sink top is going to be there for awhile, then I would choose a gray with green undertones, like Ben Moore Storm Cloud cloud as your color. If the green vanity top is being replaced (and no, it doesn't have to be almond, you could definitely go with a dark gray or taupe or black) then your color choices are endless. If you like gray/blues, I personally love Smoke by Ben Moore, which is gray with blue undertones.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jan 03, 2016
    There are many color choices for you to choose from, however the first suggestion I have is to consider the light and size of the bathroom.To get started I would look on They give you color pallets that may get you in the right direction.
  • Pat whitmus Pat whitmus on Jan 03, 2016
    Use a color that you find yourself gravitating towards whenever you clothes shop. If it's a it's a light it! If it's somewhat darker, pic and choose where you want it. If it's a deep dark color....take a black and white photo; print on typing paper and color in where you want the super dark color to be. You can do this with any color you choose tho.
  • Marion Nesbitt Marion Nesbitt on Jan 03, 2016
    The wallpaper is not a true paisley and I like it! Looks European. I would paint the vanity almond and the trim white. The green looks nice but you could go a dark grey if changing. I'd also change mirror to more pewter. I'd do grey towels or the colour of your handtowel - it's spot on. Add an ornament or such sparingly in a brighter colour. I usually add a plant real or artificial, to soften lines, and add a natural look. That would work well considering the wallpaper pattern. You have the makings of a really elegant bathroom.
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    • Marion Nesbitt Marion Nesbitt on Jan 06, 2016
      @Danielle King Foster You can successfully mix patterns. Maybe a subtle stripe in those colours might be something to consider. (I really like that wallpaper so am hoping you can make it work! lol)
  • I think a navy blue would be pretty.