This is my master bath now:
I am actually embarrassed to show you all. But this is a good lesson on how to select a paint color using your existing fixtures:
I originally had big plans for this bathroom. This is the original wall color from when we bought the house, (yellow) trying to work with the very PINK undertoned tub, tile and granite countertop:
Now I just want to finish this room. The only restriction I was given was that I had to keep the tub, wall tile and flooring! So the quickest and easiest way to do that is by painting the walls.
So where to start looking at colors? I know I had to find a color that would work well with the pink undertone. So I gave a few colors a try:
I was not loving any of the pinky beiges such as Shaker Beige or Muslin. I had hoped to maybe use a pretty spa blue color:
But I found the best harmonized color palette was the Purple Grays, such as Benjamin Moore’s Collingwood OC-28.:
I also like the Elephant Gray 2109-50 and Portland Gray 2109-60:
Just perfect! It might not be my favorite color yet, but it works so well with the existing granite, tile and trim that the whole room will be transformed! That is what makes a room beautiful, all the parts working together.
I will have this bath painted within the next two weeks and will be sure to share after photos. So excited to finally get the room painted!Share on Facebook