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The Best Paint Colors for Your New Bathroom

Best Paint Colors: Let’s Get Started!

You’re probably considering a bathroom remodel of some type. If it’s of the “refresh it with paint only” variety, more power to you – making a change of any kind is tough! Or maybe you just finished a bigger remodel, with a frameless shower included (we would love that!). Either way, here’s a roundup of some of the best paint colors for your new bathroom!

First, it’s important to start with an objective. Here at Refresh, the objective is always to create a spa-like bathroom space where you’ll love to spend time to refresh yourself — mind, body, and soul. With that in mind, we looked to Ralph Lauren Paint to find the best colors to achieve that objective. Ralph Lauren is nothing if not iconic, so we thought the paint colors would be modern but with a vital staying power (think camel hair blazer).  We weren’t disappointed with the great selection.

Ralph Lauren Paint - Dovecoat

Ralph Lauren Paint - Dovecoat

A neutral gray is a very popular paint color for your bathroom, and will be for some time to come. With great traditional staying power, this Dovecoat paint is just about the "perfect gray" you've been looking for. Paired with black tiles, light gray cabinets, or a lacy shower curtain, Dovecoat creates a refined foundation.
Ralph Lauren Paint - Avery

Ralph Lauren Paint - Avery

A warm, calming color inspired by nature, Avery was our second choice for creating a spa-like atmosphere. This neutral with green and gray undertones will blend well with most neutral tiles, or even with bright white.
Ralph Lauren Paint - Greenwich Tan

Ralph Lauren Paint - Greenwich Tan

If you're going to get a little more bold with your paint selection, this darker taupe (Greenwich Tan) is a great choice when you've chosen lighter tiles, especially for tiles with less texture and variation. This color also looks great accented with a startling bright white. If your porcelain, window treatments, or trim is white, this is a great complement. Go with a white spa shower curtain to complete the effect.
Ralph Lauren Paint - French Cuff

Ralph Lauren Paint - French Cuff

If your tiles are dark but in the brown, taupe, russet, or adobe category, French Cuff is going to really help show them off. This creamy, understated white will last through changes in accessories, towels or anything else not nailed down in your bathroom!
Ralph Lauren Paint - Noisette

Ralph Lauren Paint - Noisette

Now, this may not be what you traditionally think of in terms of a spa-like bathroom, but hear us out: This creamy peachy-pink inspires the feminine side, no doubt, but it's also a great compantion to neutral tiles with undertones of adobe, terra cottta, cinnamon, or rust.
Ralph Lauren - Crescent Blue

Ralph Lauren - Crescent Blue

Nothing says spa (or "ahhhhhhh!") like a blue bathroom. It's a place where water is abundant and flowing, and blue has a way of calming the senses. This light blue is the perfect shade for those among us with less daring natures. It goes well with white, black or gray tiles.
Ralph Lauren - Greek Key

Ralph Lauren - Greek Key

Let's say this is for the person who feels "medium daring." It's bolder, for sure...but paired with traditional spa elements like fluffy white towels, plush white bathmats, and cozy bathrobes...it's stunning. Marble and ceramic tiles in white or gray with a bit of texture will look great.
Ralph Lauren - Pocket Square

Ralph Lauren - Pocket Square

This fresh little blue number is for the boldest color seekers in the bunch. To us, this one screams resort spa - the ones that might be found in the Caribbean. And who doesn't want to spend more time there? If this color is you, then you need Pocket Square by Ralph Lauren. Run, don't walk!

We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that the best way to enjoy these paint colors is by viewing them through a stunning new frameless glass shower by Dulles Glass.  If you’re into that, you can learn more about Dulles Glass showers or get a quote on the shower of your dreams, today.

 

 

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