Designing a small bathroom is always challenging. Just right after you decide on certain themes, the next hard thing awaits is what color paint would you like for the tiny space. White might be the most popular color, but you actually have a wider range of choices other than that. Let’s take a look at our list of engaging colors for small bathroom paint ideas that will make it appear more stylish and chicer.
Play with popping and vivid color, making accent from a particular material, to doing the experimental thing like painting the wall in a darker tone. Find the most inspiring way how the enclosed area could turn into such a beautiful space without draining your energy (painting a small bathroom wouldn’t take more than a day!).
We open the list with (probably) the most unpopular choice for a small bathroom: black. In a design that embraces a monochromatic look with black and white, it is more stylish rather than gloomy. To balance the dark vanity area, the shower is filled with brightness due to its white tiles and large window.
Give your bathroom a refreshing look by incorporating blue on the wall paint. To accentuate the color, white is the right combination. However, the blue is not a plain blue but shiplap walls that bring a coastal vibe to the small space. You may add other elements such as the wooden vanity cabinet or bright green for the mirror frame.
Repainting your bathroom wall in a bold color will give an absolutely transformative look. This one is proof! Having the wall painted in bold purple color and have the sink accentuated with half shiplap wall in white. Aside from the multi-tiered shelves, the magenta chair is also a remarkable feature.
Dare to be different if you want to have a distinctive interior design for your small bath. Stepping out far from the comfort zone, this bathroom boldly covers its whole wall in bloody red! Instead of too much, the color works as a canvas that accentuates every furniture placed on it. The large windows at the end of the room create a picturesque view from the inside.
Having a tiny space to work with shouldn’t make you sacrifice the design. Know that pattern play also works well in it, just like how the bathroom above manages to have an accent wall over the vanity area with circled mosaic glass tiles. Do note that despite the variations of colors and patterns, they all come from the same palette of brown.
Show your chic soul by turning the powder room wall into an art gallery. The vivid cherry red wall as a background exudes a strong eclectic vibe, strengthened by the number of wall arts that are hung on it.
Using only one color is a good choice if you want and minimalist yet bold look for the small bathroom. And instead of white, this one looks stylish with dark purple. A few of the key takeaways from the design are stay to one tone and having the furniture in white to balance it out – even the soap and the basket come in purple!
To create a timeless, elegant look, try the matching combination of white and gray in this traditional bathroom. The different patterns appear in one tiny space to enrich the minimalist look. One of the most notable features in this bathroom would be the accent shiplap wall in gray behind the round vanity mirror.
Not everyone is bold enough to try unusual shades for a small bathroom, so you can copy this monochromatic gray look. Even though every element appears in different patterns and tones, the design will inevitably be empty without the red vanity cabinet and a ceramic vase that shines beautifully.
Some grays look very alike with white, but some are very contrasting that it makes a proper combination with the latter. Such as this simply-designed small vanity area, which has a plain gray wall paint in a bolder tone than white, which takes up all furniture. To spice things up, you may add the little greenery and hang yellow-framed arts on the wall.
Truthfully, using more than three colors for a small bathroom is highly risky. But with the right layout and composition, it works perfectly. In the above design, the lime green shower wall steals all the spotlight with specific reason: the wooden element and white furniture appear as the supporting features that make the color stands out.
When in doubt, choose pastel colors. The subtle green color as wall pain helps to accentuate the minimalism of the design, with the use of floating vanity in gray. To keep it simple, gray is also used for the flooring but in a darker tone that frames the pebble stone flooring.
A small bathroom is the most perfect space to splash the playful pastel pink all over, resulting in a chic and funky design. Pink appears not only as of the background but covers every inch of the surface, from the floor up to the ceiling in different shades. To accentuate the different patterns, the darker tones like black and red wine are added.
The combination of gold and navy blue creates an elegant, formal look for the small bathroom. Its clawfoot bathtub is the most prominent focal point, highlighted by the ornate mirror and small wall art, which both appear in the golden frame. The white ceiling is a balanced finishing touch to wrap up the design.
Need to feel energized right from the morning? Steal this popping orange look that dominates the bathroom vanity area. The frameless mirrors create an illusion of a more spacious room. In contrast, the yellow lights attached to the mirror produce a rather dramatic effect when it is bounced back by the glossy countertop.
Pastel peach is the dominating color in the small bathroom design above, with the touch of wooden elements for the vanity cabinet and multi-tiered floating shelves. Meanwhile, the traditional-patterned floor tiles in gray and peach give accent to it.
Using the colors of black and white as a background, the bathroom looks full and quirky with the subway tiles filling all over the floor and wall. But if you want to avoid the monochromatic look, you may opt for other colors for the furniture. The uncommon combination of green, purple, and wood create a unique, colorful vibe.
Having a peaceful vibe, this small bathroom uses white for the primary color. But, it has a very refreshing element for the accent wall. Turquoise, which is also close to the color of the sea, stands out pretty well among the white furniture and the large stoned floor tiles. To preserve a minimalist and clutter-free look, no ornaments and wall arts are needed.
Here comes another color to bring you peace and tranquility. For the tiny and short-ceiling attic bathroom, you have to be careful since there is a minimal space to work with. Light shades such as the sky blue and white could be a perfect choice, with protruding lower half of the wall that both decorative and functional.
Dubbed as the public choice of color for the narrow space, nothing can beat the cleanness that white presented. Just like the picture here, this small bathroom looks very stylish with only two major elements: white wall and wooden vanity.
Let’s close the list with the most energizing color you could ever found. The brightness of yellow sending lots of positive vibes all over, including to the small bathroom. Since the color already makes the powder room looks full, keep the wall clean, and only put things that you fell necessary – like the contrasting dark green towel.