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10 Paint Color Ideas for Small Bathrooms


Decorating a small bathroom can be tough and choosing the perfect color scheme can be evenharder. If you’re looking for some design inspiration, let us guide you.


Step out of yourcomfort zone and try one of these bright and bold color palettes that will addsome spunk (and style) to your plain-Jane powder room.


Vibrant Teal

A bright shade ofteal makes quite the statement in this modern bathroom design. Choosing a vividcolor for the walls and ceiling really makes the subway tile backsplash,artwork and fixtures pop.


Dramatic Black

Black combinedwith silver accents brings a sophisticated look to any bathroom. Consider ashimmery silver mosaic tile as the backsplash to make the space really shine.



Metallics aredefinitely in right now, so why not incorporate them into your small bathroomdesign? Add instant elegance to the space with glimmering copper. Use mosaictiles in shades of brown and neutral for the backsplash and a beautiful,floating marble countertop to complement the look and bring in additionalinterest and texture.



Show your girlyside with a pop of pink. A graphic accent wall in earth tones not only adds funpattern into the design, but helps counteract the brightly painted walls.


Powder Blue

Not into thebold, vibrant colors? Try a more subdued hue like this baby blue bathroom. Asunny shade of yellow pairs perfectly with the space to liven it up.


Pretty Plum

Dark purple wallsadd femininity, while the woodgrain cabinets and vanity bring in a hint ofrustic style to this contemporary design. Don't be afraid to mix differentstyles.


Neon Yellow

Brilliant yellowstripes bring a fun, youthful vibe to a small bathroom. Keep the fixtures andaccessories minimal to not overwhelm the space.


Cherry Red

Energize thepowder room with a vivacious shade of red. This is a great color choice for thekids. Create a colorful gallery wall to decorate the empty space above thetoilet and showcase your children's artwork.


Serene Green

On the lighterside, try a soothing shade of green. When paired with all-white fixtures,you'll get a tranquil and rejuvenating space to freshen up.


Rust Orange

Consider paintingyour bathroom's wainscoting instead of the walls. In this case, it eliminatesthe need for a backsplash.