Best Paint Colors and Types for Bathroom Design

January 11, 2017

When designing a bathroom, or any room for that matter, paint color is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle. Bathrooms in particular have a certain set of colors which have lasting appeal no matter the style or year. If you’re looking to design a new bathroom, but want to pick the best paint colors and types for bathroom design, here are the colors and types you need to consider.

What is the best type of paint for bathrooms?

First, lets start with the best types of paints for a bathroom. Bathrooms have a lot of moisture and humidity, which can cause issues for certain types of paints. Opt for paints which are either semi-gloss or gloss as they will withstand moisture better. Additionally, choose a paint made by a quality manufacturer so your paint color will last longer and stay more vibrant.

The Best Paint Colors for Bathroom Design

What are the Best Paint Colors for Bathroom Design?

When designing a bathroom, there is a solid go-to set of colors which work best for any bathroom design project. Obviously, this list isn’t conclusive and nearly any color can be made to work with a bathroom, but if you want something that is sure to have a lasting resale value, then choose one of these best paint colors for bathroom design in Maryland.

White is, simply put, the cleanest looking color available. When dealing with a bathroom in particular, you want it to feel clean. This is why white is typically the first choice in bathroom design. Try painting all the walls in the bathroom white and then going with gray cabinets and flooring for a unique, clean, and elegant looking bathroom.

Beige and other natural stone colors are the perfect compliment to a bathroom that has earthy tile coloring. It’s a simple, soothing color that gives a feeling of cleanliness without the lack of color you get with a white wall.

Gray paints are one of the top choices for every room in the home, and the bathroom is no exception. One idea is to use gray paint or gray tile as a way to accent the white colors of your bathtub, toilet, sinks, etc. The gray color helps to draw attention to certain areas of the bathroom without stealing the show.

Blue at any shade is a great color choice for a bathroom. Whether you’re painting all the walls a light pastel blue, or want to make a statement with a dark accent wall of blue tile, blue is a solid go-to color for your bathroom.

Have another color in mind or want to draw out a color in the tile flooring? Create an accent wall! The accent wall is a statement piece which uses three white or light color walls and one bold color on the “accent wall”. In reality, the color of your bathroom’s accent wall can be whatever you want, it only needs only to match your personality (and the rest of the room of course).

Whatever color you choose for your bathroom design, Bath Doctor is here to help you with the rest of the design and build of your bathroom. For more information on Bath Doctor, and the services we offer, contact us today!

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