A cheerful place to refresh yourself, this bathroom utilizes a two-tone palette to feel clean and airy. The retro clawfoot tub is a stylish centerpiece.
Use a soft neutral, with pink undertones, with a complementary soft green to add a soothing natural elegance to your bath.
Blue gives your bathroom a clean, fresh feeling -- not to mention the look is soothing and smart.
One example of how repainting, rather than replacing, bathroom cabinets can work in many situations.
A sink like this is bold and ostentatious enough to be the centerpiece of your bathroom.
The high ceilings in this narrow bathroom offer room for both aqua-blue tile and bold statement pieces, like a shiny curved silver chandelier.
A step-up bathtub with two shades of grey paint on the walls, playing off the 12x12 stone tiles on the back wall, the floor and on the stairs up to the tub.
A traditional-style kitchen with an Italianate feel and light-colored granite countertops.
A kid’s bathroom should be fun, and blue fits the bill perfectly. And who knows? They might even spend more time in the tub.
To capture a French country look, start with a light purple, and pair it with soft beige to create a getaway spot to revel in.