Top 8 Trending Bathroom Colors of 2015

When you take advantage of some of the latest trends, you’ll take your ordinary cabinets and turn them into ones that meant for royalty. Interior designers will tell you that with the right color scheme in your bathroom things will look even better than you’d ever imagined. Fortunately, there’s a color scheme available for anyone, regardless what your vision is. With this in mind, here are the top 8 trending bathroom colors of 2015.


For a minimalist feel, combine grey and beige together. These neutral colors create a look that never goes out of style and will flatter your bathroom, no matter how big or small it is. This is because these are light colors, and those are known to play a trick on the eyes, creating the illusion that there’s more space than there really is.


Pantone’s color of the year is Marsala. However, this isn’t just a trendy color for 2015, but it’s also one that provides a touch of sophistication. This is an Earthy, warm, inviting hue that both family and guests will appreciate.

Dark Grey

When you want to give some drama and edge to your bathroom, the color for this is dark grey. All you need is a wall or two painted in this color to give your bathroom a pop of color with a modern feel. Although decorators frowned upon this in the past, today they’re taking risks by choosing bolder colors like this.


Clients who want a nautical feeling in their bathroom will want a shade of blue there. Turquoise is one of the shades of blue that has grown in popularity recently because it’s flattering and easy to mix and match with other shades of blue and green.


To inject some brightness or energy into your bathroom, opt for citrus colors. Of course, you don’t want to paint every wall with these colors. Instead, you should paint one wall as an accent wall and then balance the rest of your bathroom out with other neutral colors. This is a great way to make your bathroom look cheerful without leaving your family, and guests feel overwhelmed.


In the past, black was only used in the kitchen. However, black tiling can work miracles in problematic bathrooms. It brings a richness that no other paint color has. Plus, anything goes with black. Even if you don’t want to paint your entire bathroom black, you can simply give it an air of sophistication with black cabinets. You can accent black cabinets with literally any color, making it easy to completely renew the look of your bathroom whenever you feel like it.


This paint color carries with it an air of timeless beauty. It’s soft and subtle, lending warmth to your bathroom. You’ll find that it blends beautifully with shades of gray and brown for a warm effect. If you want something more startling, use it with tints of pink and deeper shades of coral.


Don’t overlook the pastels any longer. They’re no longer just for nurseries, especially if you add in some zesty modern accents. Doing so can create a warm, spa-like feeling in your bathroom.

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