This bath is from the same house with the butterscotch colored kitchen.
This is a fairly typical "upgraded" bath in the area where the client lives, both by builder and geographic location. I haven't seen a subway tile bath in the area that wasn't done at the beginning of the 20th c.
Anyway, the builder's brochures and real estate ads all call this "tile bath in neutral finishes".
The buyer doesn't care much, one way or the other. It's a solidly-built tile bath, which is a step up from the rattly plastic tubs and surrounds in the last place. Like the granite in the kitchen, not something the buyer would've picked, not something the buyer is going to change either.
So here it is. The picture actually flatters this paint color which has a distinct purplish blue undertone.
Most neutrals are either made to look yellow, purplish or green by the tile, most any color of paint makes the tile look pink or orange.