However, a dark or bold color in a small space gives it the impact it deserves. Dark green is earthy and neutral enough to pair with all personal styles and any existing decor. If you want to make the place less feminine and more modern, go for soft rosy pinks and pair them with black or white. If you’re looking for a sophisticated vibe, pair your soft pink with charcoal gray or deep brown. Nothing suits a small bathroom and creates a cool space quite like the spa-blue paint hues. Complete this look with shiny metal fixtures and accents, crisp white trim, and all-white towels.
Consider painting the ceiling in a similar color, but 1-2 shades lighter to open up your small space even more. Everyone loves gray painted kitchen cabinets, and it makes an impact in small bathrooms too.
Depending on the natural light available in a small bathroom space, gray walls can pull slightly green or blue.
It's a no-brainer as far as a neutral color, but a beige with cool undertones is more unexpected and might have a hint of green-gray to it. Classic shades of white create a crisp, clean look and reflect light, helping to make your small bathrooms feel just a little bit larger. White shines in small bathroom spaces as a neutral, understated shade that lets furniture and decor take center stage.
The best place to try bolder colors is in a small space, front door, or accent wall. If you're lacking in natural light, let yellow brighten up your petite bathroom. If you want a quality paint job that will stand the test of time, give us a call at (402) 932-9764 or schedule an estimate online.