The Best Color Palettes for Your New Bathroom

Posted by Matt Ates | August 06, 2018

For a clean, calm feel in your redesigned bathroom, there’s nothing better than a color palette of neutrals. Crisp white and soft cream, beiges, and a range of grays and subtle blues all provide a soothing air. To keep it all from being too flat or boring, layer differing shades and remember that a pop of color keeps things lively.

Every bit of this Plano, Texas, home’s dark, uninspired bathroom was updated to create a luxurious space with transitional-style design. Thaddeus Drew Remodeling employed a cool palette of grays and white, from the granite countertops to the marble floor tile to the pebble-patterned wall accents to the dove-gray paint to the white porcelain fixtures.

This remodeled bathroom by Thaddeus Drew Remodeling also leans on a white-and-gray palette, which shows up in the cabinetry (white), hardware and fixtures (gray), sink and tub (white), wood-look floor tiles (gray), and subway wall tiles (white with gray). The countertop brings contrast into the picture with the addition of browns.


The neutrals in this master bath run to the earth tones, with beautiful beige-brown wall and floor tiles, subtle buff wall paint, and medium-brown stained cabinets. The white ceiling and neutral shades bring light to the space.


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Once again, gray and white are the dominant players in this bathroom remodel. But some bold tile choices add a mix of textures to the scheme, and aqua highlights in the artwork and accessories provide some interesting visual contrast.



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