If you have a gray tile bathroom and are wondering what color walls will work best, you’ll be surprised to know all your options. The current trend is to use a vibrant color alongside a shade of gray, as it will sing in harmony against a neutral backdrop.
By painting your bathroom walls a bold color that goes with gray tiles, you’ll create a rich and contrasting look that’s still coordinated and harmonious. One of the hottest trends in interior design is to use white fittings in gray tile bathrooms.
If your bathroom floor is of dark gray tile, you can create a moodier style by going for off-white walls. This contrast of dark gray floors with off-white walls can be used with a lot of variations in the form of the fittings you choose.
A good tip is to consider how much natural lighting your bathroom gets before painting one or several walls in an off-white shade. Subtle white hues can bring out other colors, and when paired with dark gray, they create a relaxing vibe. With bright white walls in a simple interior design, you can create a sophisticated and striking look.
Staying on the same color palette, how about creamy white walls with light gray tiles? This neutral pairing is a great choice for a classic bathroom, especially if the space is larger than average. The warm elements of white and soft gray, together with a darker shade, makes the space quite versatile.
For those who like dark gray shades like charcoal tiles throughout their bathroom, soft blue is a great color to use on one wall of the room. While sky blue is the perfect match with any tile color, for a slightly more muted version that provides you with a tranquil feeling, always use this hue with a darker gray shade, as shown here. Another contemporary interior design idea is to paint your walls pistachio green to create the feeling of bringing the outdoors in. With pink and gray, you can create a soft, romantic feel, especially if you go for dark charcoal tiled flooring. In this image, we particularly love the floor-to-ceiling window with the blend of charcoal and bright pink walls in this minimalist design bathroom. For those who want to go with a neutral feel without the traditional white and gray combination, our suggestion is to use taupe for some warmth.
This natural color creates a relaxing atmosphere, and when paired with any shade of gray, it will emit a dramatic feel. In small bathrooms, light brown walls create a neutral backdrop against gray tiles.
In this example, you can see how gray and black color combos have made a big statement to create a cool and relaxing ambiance. The main idea is to enhance the mood of the space by painting the walls with a complementing color.
The best colors for small gray tile bathrooms are white, light brown, and taupe. For large gray tile bathrooms, you should choose wall colors that make the space feel cozier and warmer.