8 Colors Bathroom Paint Interior Designers Swear By

8 Colors Bathroom Paint Interior Designers Swear By

It’s no secret that paint can change space. Whether you want to refresh the bathroom or replace your main bathroom, a new coat can quickly take rooms of any size from drab and dreary to open and bright or moody and sophisticated. But, as evidenced by people who roam the paint halls in their local hardware store, choosing paint colors is easier said than done.

When it comes to choosing the right bathroom paint color, there are a number of factors to consider that are specific to that space, especially if you are refreshing especially the small bathroom. Will the dark color make the room feel sophisticated and modern or narrow and cave-like? Will the pure white color look too cold and conspicuous in a windowless room? Because paint colors can be very difficult to imagine, of course, we move on to the process to narrow our choices.

1. White Dove by Benjamin Moore

When we asked interior designer Jordan Shields to reveal the color of the bathroom paint, he immediately responded with Benjamin Moore White Dove. “It’s a nice warm white that has a smooth pop when mixed with white and contrasting colors,” he said. “I like to combine it with white decoration for a finished room that is really fresh and clean.”

2. Stiffkey Blue by Farrow and Ball

“I recently painted wainscoting in my master’s bathroom with this color, and I love the deep, gloomy, yet sophisticated hue that is brought into the room,” said Emily Henderson, who she chose for the best bathroom paint color. “The dark blue bathroom might not be suitable for everyone, but I like how much drama and color is brought to the room.”

3. Fade to Black by Portola Paints & Glazes

“Fade to Black is a soft black that is simultaneously modern and classic,” said interior designer Stefani Stein. “It gives a dramatic touch to the powder room while still working well with an overall neutral palette. It is the perfect addition to this Venice beach house!”

4. Simply White by Benjamin Moore

“This is the white paint color that I used when designing! It’s clean and fresh but also has a warm, soft color,” Nicole Newkirk said. “I like that I can use it in traditional and contemporary spaces and it still looks amazing.”

5. Polaris Blue by Benjamin Moore

“Polaris Blue by Benjamin Moore is one of my favorite paints,” I’m Shea McGee from Studio McGee. “It reminds me of the perfect French blue. It is bright with a soft gray tone that keeps it homely and relaxed – just as you want it in the bathroom.”

6. Off-Black by Farrow and Ball

“My favorite bathroom color is matte black,” Roth leaks. “I love a dramatic black bathroom with a round penny mirror! I think the color of the black or dark mood is great – especially when you can’t update the end result, because it adds drama.”

7. Moonshine by Benjamin Moore

“We like Benjamin Moore Moonshine for the bathroom because it is soft and noiseless but bright and radiant at the same time,” said Jessica Helgerson of JHID. “A little natural light is reflected and reflected in the prettiest way, almost like a candle light.”

8. All White by Farrow & Ball

“Crunchy and fresh, but warm, Farrow and Ball’s All White is one of my favorite white paint colors to use in the bathroom,” said Katie Hodges. “Because it lacks colder blue and blue tones, it beautifully reflects light without any noticeable feeling. It’s also brilliant in picking up tones and colors from the surrounding environment, rather than colliding.”