If a bathroom renovation isn't on your calendar, the next best thing is grabbing a paintbrush. Whether you live for bold, dramatic hues or subdued neutrals, there's a chic bathroom paint color to give your space an entirely new look. Browse these 20+ standout bathroom designs to find the right shade for you.
Embrace a nautical vibe with powder blue walls that can add a sense of calm to any bathroom.
Pistachio-colored walls and a striped shower curtain energize this bathroom design.
A blend of neutrals, including tan and white, contribute to this bathroom's timeless appeal.
If you want to stick to an earthy color scheme that's visually appealing and works well with wood accents, consider a mustard yellow shade.
Thanks to eye-catching lavender walls, this bathroom is nothing short of luxurious.
A cool gray-blue can liven up a stark white bathroom without going overboard on color. With the herringbone placement of the subway tile, this space is anything but ordinary.
Consider this beige and gray combo your paint color superhero. It can do it all, from adding some depth to an all-white bathroom or acting as a neutral backdrop for an entire home.
Designer Mandi Gubler transformed a cookie-cutter bathroom into a boho haven with a gorgeous emerald statement wall, new tiling, fixtures, and more for only $939! See more of the incredible transformation on her blog, Vintage Revivals.
Sometimes bolder is better. This dark navy shiplap brings serious drama to a powder room using just a can of paint!
This bathroom may be pink, but it's all grown-up. This peachy hue brings a little playfulness and touch of glam to a truly pretty vanity. See more of this space at A Beautiful Mess.
This true navy contrasts perfectly with the copper tub. Can't imagine painting your entire bathroom this dark? Stick to a statement wall instead.
A true eggshell is a no-fail paint color time and time again. The color brings warmth to the room without overpowering it.
A little bit blue, a little bit purple, periwinkle is the perfect choice for a soothing space. For a more grown-up take, find a shade that has just a touch of gray like this bathroom.
Intense hues don't typically read "relaxing," but a trip to the dark side might be in order. Ebony adds an edge to traditional white subway tile, especially if you paint the trim too.
Your walls aren't the only place ready for color. Blue cabinetry (with a hint of violet!) refreshes a traditional cream backdrop.
Wallpapered rooms deserve a refresh too. Coat the ceiling with a shade too bold for a larger space — it's a risk that'll pay off, big time.
Take an instant vacation with a nautical shade. A watery blue brings to mind lapping waves at the beach, or a nap by the pool.
There's a reason neutrals reign supreme. A chameleon-like gray keeps up with everything, so go ahead and invest in a colorful set of towels.
Fresh and vibrant is the name of the game. Paneling looks cheery — not stiff — in coordinating yellowy-greens.
Punch up beadboard with an unexpected dose of graphite. Then pepper it with art, curios, and vintage light fixtures for a cool collection looks like it grew over time.
Short on space? Mirrors on top of white-washed siding does the trick. The reflections create a "window" on any wall, nipping that cramped feeling in the bud.
The paint color is just as fresh as the toothpaste. "This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room," says interior designer Lauri Ward. "It's an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room."
Poised Taupe previously earned the title "Color of the Year," but the brown-gray combo is here to stay thanks to its versatility. According to Julie Holloway and Anisa Darnell at Milk & Honey Home, "Benjamin Moore's Sparrow is a great, earthy gray, that pairs well with natural accessories, like a jute rug or matchstick bamboo blinds, as well as anything cream or ivory."
Looking for a personal oasis? You're not alone. "Most of my clients want their bathroom to feel like a relaxing spa," says Abbe Fenimore at Studio Ten 25. "I like to use soft blues with gray undertones for this look."