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We (I) have been working feverishly on finishing up our green and white master bath makeover for the upcoming National Painting Week with Sherwin-Williams (#SWPaintingWeek). I decided that the color scheme would be green and white with pops of yellow and brown. Sherwin-Williams gave me the go ahead to be bold and fun using a fabulous dark green so of course, I did just that. Our master bath is very small so I decided to use a bright white color for the trim, window and vanity. Oh my, I can’t wait to show you!
Can you guess the color?
The color I chose was Sherwin-Williams Composed, Emerald Interior satin finish. There are so many shades of green + white that it can be a bit overwhelming. My suggestion, narrow it down to 3 colors and paint large squares on the wall using all three colors. Leave them on the wall for a day or two and see how they look in the daytime, evening and with the lights on. You will be amazed at how different they look throughout the day.
The image above was one of my inspiration pictures for our bathroom. I love how the blue and white coordinate together. The room above was a bit to “blue” so I searched for a green with a blue undertone. I didn’t have the time or budget to add white subway tile so I decided to paint all the trim and vanity white attempting to achieve the same look above.
I also brought in white towels to help break up the bold green color on the wall. Have you ever thought about using a dark color in a small space? Stay tuned, I will be sharing the final reveal next week. Be sure to hop over and check out the other fabulous bloggers who are sharing their room makeovers today, Vintage Revivals and Simply Grove as well as SWPaintingWeek.com for painting ideas and tips for your own home. I will be back one week from today sharing the full reveal ;).
UPDATE: You can see the full master bathroom reveal here.
Disclosure: This is a 2 part series sponsored by Sherwin-Williams. All opinions are 100% my own.
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