Blues are a natural choice for when considering bathroom colours. If you fancy updating this traditional look then combine with other tones to create an individual look. Fresh light colours keep things bright and breezy whilst darker, richer tones can add an air of warmth to the room.
A light palette will help to reflect light and looks clean. Ochre yellows and peachy colours are common favourites as is the classic pink with clean white trim. If you prefer muted walls but want to brighten up the room then look at using a bold colour for the ceiling to create a fresh, contrasting finish.
If you’re looking for something more exotic – bronze, gold or passionate red - it’s worth checking out the Craig & Rose Artisan range for some ideas. When considering darker, warmer colours then it's also worth thinking about how much light your bathroom gets. Large mirrors can help to create more light in darker spaces and light coloured furniture helps to brighten things up. If your bathroom has large areas of dark tile or stone then you may want to offset with a pale wall colour instead.