10 Bathroom Paint Colors Designers Love

Labrum used Benjamin Moore's Tempest plaster in this bathroom. It complements the marble countertop and flooring's striking veining.

Soothing Purple Plaster

Designer Roger Higgins painted the bathroom walls and ceiling olive green in this compact space.

Glossy Olive Green

Like designer Linda Hayslett did for this little bathroom, paint conventional beadboard black and contrast it with brilliant white paint on the upper part of the wall.

Sleek Black and Bright White

Most rooms in a home are painted with Benjamin Moore's White Dove, a designer favorite. It's great for calming a washroom.

Soft White

I chose Farrow & Ball Green Smoke for this cute powder in Texas because I wanted to continue the green from the exterior without being too dark.

Muted Green

Ivory is a great canvas for adding a bit of vitality and personality through bath linens, counter accessories, and wall art.

Crisp Ivory

In this Boston home, designer Kati Curtis used rich jewel-tone hues to party in the bathroom.

Sparkling Ruby Red

French & French Interiors' beautiful guest bathroom features a novel idea that may be used in any main bathroom, especially a smaller one.

Lush Duck Green

Katie Rosenfield's New England bathroom room's color complements the cornflower blue wallpaper, chrome embellishments, and silvery floor tiles.

Soothing Purple Plaster

This bathroom by Corey Damen Jenkins has art and built-in bookcases, making every day a spa day.

Zesty Lime Green