A pastel bath can be a soothing spot for daily cleansing rituals. This black-and-white bath gets a shot of interest from a pale lavender paint color on the walls.
All Squared Up
A vintage dresser (now fitted with a bathroom sink) was the inspiration for this room's gorgeous area rug. The peachy wall color was taken from the rug and is repeated on the towels and accessories.
Scene in Green
This bath is a study in contrasts. White trim, fabrics, and fixtures stand out against a wall palette of cool blues and tidewater greens painted in a mosaic design.
Mint green is fresh and appealing. Leaf motif fabric for the window seat was matched to the green tile backsplash and minty paint color that sparkles next to the white cabinetry.
Cool blues have a spa-like feel when paired with creamy white. Enhance a spa look by selecting sheer window fabrics, white terry-cloth robes, and lovely containers of bath products displayed with textured soaps and sponges.
Pastel yellows have a happy glow, especially in a small bath like this one. White and green are natural accent colors, yet even a spot of purple (in the flowers) looks right at home with yellow.
To give a small, lackluster space European flair, the designer relied on a peachy palette. Handmade wallpaper adds depth and shadowing to the walls.
Get the Blues
Set at treetop level, this attic bath benefits from the soft green walls and cool white fixtures. Accents of tan (baskets, starfish, and picture frame) ground the color scheme with a coordinating neutral.
Soft blue and creamy white seem to shimmer against sparkling chrome faucets and sconces. Restrained touches of blue in the towels and marble offer a subtle touch of class.
If purple is the royal color, then this bath exudes that same royal feeling. Pale lavender walls are a soft backdrop for lots of white, a black sink, and oodles of interesting accessories and towels.