7 baby pink
We love eclectic art against the baby pink walls of this dresser. A tiny bathroom is the perfect place to paint a fun color, as there is no room for other decorative statements. In this bathroom, the pink background makes the traditional portrait gallery fun and whimsical.
8 dark eggplant
Whether used in a bohemian space or in a more traditional setting, a super dark, almost black purple eggplant instantly enriches. It has Victorian vibes in this bathroom against the crisp white and gold frames. Perabot Unik
9 whitish chalk
When you want to use a neutral tone, but also want to add a touch of texture to things, use a special finish. Something chalky, super matte or ultra shiny will do. In this bathroom, interior designer Tamsin Johnson opted for a clay-type oat paint, which complements both bold concrete and modern glass details, as well as the earthy tone of the fabric skirt.
10 Steel Blue Gray
Designer Nina Farmer made the retro sink look new again by adding beautiful wallpaper with a marble effect from Robert Crowder & Co. The original panel was painted with Plumb from Farrow & Ball, which complements the paper and makes the dresser look more formal . Household appliances & Furniture
11 light orange
The vibrant tangerine painted cabinets in this bathroom designed by ETC.etera highlight the orange tones in the pink stone sink, which also meets the pink tiles and carpet. The lesson? Combine your cabinets with natural stone and yoru tile. Perabot Rumah Tangga
12 deep blue
We love the classic blue painting that Reath Design chose for this space. Add richness and complement the soapstone countertops without overdoing it, in case the occupants want to exchange prominent pieces like carpets and mirrors over the years. Property News