Bathroom Paint Guide
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Bathroom Paint Guide

Sharing our go-to bathroom paint colors today!

The mood in your bathroom is everything.

The bathroom is where you start and end your days, a place to get ready, and a place to relax. This can make choosing a paint color kind of stressful, so we’ve put together a list of our go-to paint colors for the bathroom! For high quality paint colors we love using Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams!

Bathroom Paint Guide
Bathroom Paint Guide

Benjamin Moore Super White in our Modern Mountain Home 

Bathroom Paint Guide

Benjamin Moore Sleigh Bells at 50% strength in our Windsong Project

Bathroom Paint Guide

Benjamin Moore Moonshine in our Midway House

Bathroom Paint Guide

Benjamin Moore Black Jack in our Modern Mountain Home

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Benjamin Moore Narragansett Green in our Promontory Project

Do you have a small bathroom? You don’t need to sacrifice style! Read 5 tips on decorating small bathrooms here!

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Studio McGee
  1. Such gorgeous color picks!! Can you share what color of white you used for the trim in the Windsong bathroom? It pairs perfectly with the Sleigh Bells!

  2. Beautiful bathrooms! Could you share the name of the fabric of the romans in the first photo over the bath tub? It is beautiful!

  3. Awesome – thank you for sharing! The Benjamin Moore Black Jack with the different finishes in the bathroom is gorgeous.

  4. I just have a (maybe) silly question. I often see designers cut paint at different percents. Obviously there is something different to that than just moving up or down he shades on the same paint strip. For example, my kitchen is Sleigh Bells and the adjoining rooms are Horizon (2 up on the paint strip) Can you explain the difference?

  5. Hi! I notice you don’t paint your ceilings the same color but find that so common in design. Why don’t you?

  6. Would love a blog post on how you pair white trim and ceilings with white walls. So common in your beautiful projects!

  7. Hi there, can you share the tile floor in the Modern Mountain Home, and the overhead vanity light in the Promentory project? Thank you!

  8. Thank you! I am using one of the whites suggested… I noticed simply looks very warm compared to chantilly and super white.. can chantilly look too stark or simply white come across yellowish against carrara marble? Can you speak about the two bright whites vs simply white as far as when/why you would use? I don’t want vanity to look cold and stark however I do want it to be white and not look yellowish.. especially in a bathroom with carrara floor and vanity top with white subway tile. Thank you! Your blog is so helpful! Mary

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