I’m sharing my newly painted blue main bathroom. Because I choose timeless finishes when I renovated it a few years ago, it was easy to choose a new wall colour. Keep reading for the full colourful reveal.
Lately, I’m loving the combination of blue and white so I thought I’d paint our main bathroom a fabulous shade of blue! Now I need to introduce it to my undecorated guest room to create some flow 🙂
Choosing classic and timeless finishes that are basically in the world of white, black and white, or cream, give you a palette that’s easy to change up anytime.
New Blue Main Bathroom
Here’s the after:
Wall Colour: Benjamin Moore Riviera Azure (Photos by Macy Yap Photography)
And here it is before in green:
And even before the green, in turquoise (We renovated this bathroom three years ago)
Before the renovation
Shop this powder room:
Blue and white porcelain always looks so good with any shade of blue truly! And I buy a good faux seashell – because there are so many authentic looking ones out there now – anytime I see them because they are not always easy to find (where I live, anyway).
You may have noticed that I love decorating with coral and oversized shells. You can see them on my patio, here in the windowsill of this kitchen, and even in my tips for how to style a vignette here.
Love this faux fern! I ended up buying every one she had in a local shop. The little black ceramic seal is something I painted in ceramics when I was in grade 4.
Get the Look
Decorate your powder room with timeless blue accents like these:
Which one do you like best? Blue or green?
If you’d like help choosing classic and timeless finishes and colours for your bathroom, check out our ‘Create a classic bathroom package’ here.