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Looking for a good paint color for my bathroom

Posted by ChristineJ1062 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 12, 13 at 12:28

We are in the process of remodeling our main bathroom. We currently have Behr Rocky Mountain Sky which is a bluish gray. What color paint do you feel will compliment the vanity and quartz top? We are debating whether to keep it, or change it. Perhaps go to a bluish green instead? The new bathtub and sink are biscuit and the toilet and towel bar will be changed as well. Any mirror suggestion would also be welcome. Thank you!

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RE: Looking for a good paint color for my bathroom

Love that vanity! Gorgeous wood! No suggestions, though am not crazy about how your present paint looks on my monitor.

If it was me, I would start with looking on Houzz and doing a search for 'maple vanity with peachy granite' for example, and see what colours I liked. Then I would head down to my local Benjamin Moore paint dealer and use their expertise to help me, bringing along a sample of the granite and the wood vanity (drawer front).

RE: Looking for a good paint color for my bathroom

Hi Christine! A fleshy pink would look great with that vanity and counter top. Cappuccino is another great shade you could use, too. Either color will bring out the respective colors of your beautiful vanity cab, and that quartz top.

I've included samples of both shades below. The cappuccino is in the snippet, and the fleshy pink is in the url at the bottom of this post (I couldn't copy the image, it was too small).

Here is a link that might be useful: pretty shade of pink

RE: Looking for a good paint color for my bathroom

Here's another sample of the pink I had in mind.

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