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Thought I Had It...

Posted by retiredprof (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 16, 10 at 17:51

the wall color for my small bathroom off my master bedroom. If I don't have the bathroom door closed, you see into it immediately because it's directly across from the bedroom door.

The bedroom is painted White Dove. The bedding is white and navy and the room has navy/dark blue accessories.

This bathroom is currently painted white, with black and white ceramic tile on the floor, black vanity and medicine cabinet. Vanity top is white porcelain. The large shower in done is floor to ceiling white subway tile, with a slim band of black (about 2" wide) at eye level. What little woodwork there is is white.

Thought I was doing Stonington Grey, but now thinking a dark blue might be interesting, especially looking from the bedroom. Almost like a reverse scheme. But does that coordinate with B&W? Would a taupe be better? Any other suggestions and if you have a color recommendation, please holler! ;-)


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RE: Thought I Had It...

I like the grey better, a pretty dove grey. Without seeing the room, the blue would just look like you had some left over paint you threw in there. Or use a white paint and accessorize the bathroom with navy and yellow.


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RE: Thought I Had It... ..

Or, use a navy, black and tan color combination with the black and white.


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