Master Bathroom ideas {green}

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I am in the middle of working on our master bathroom makeover and green is the color I chose. Dark green to be exact. When I first started the bathroom, I was thinking more of a lighter color because the bathroom is small but took a leap of faith and tried a dark color. You can always paint over it right? I wanted a master bathroom that exuded a spa like feel and a sense of calm.

master bathroom ideas green bath

Here are a few master bathroom ideas I came up with, although most of them are lighter in color.

green bathrooms

Better Homes and Gardens

I found it difficult to find any darker green bathrooms that gave me the spa like feel so I decided to use white accessories to incorporate the feel I was going after.

green bathroom accent wall

Better Homes and Gardens

If you love a color and you don’t think it is exactly perfect, don’t be afraid to try it. I decided to give the darker green a try and used other design methods to bring in a lighter feel.

green bathroom

This Old House

green wallpaper bathroom

House Beautiful

green and white bathroom

Better Homes and Gardens

green and glass bathroom

Better Homes and Gardens

Here is my bathroom before I painted it.

green bathroom

I ended up choosing the green color composed below by Sherwin Williams. I found their color tool super helpful in choosing the color. You can either upload your own picture or use one they provide as I did below.

composed green bathroom sherwin williams

Sherwin Williams

I will admit, I unexpectedly fell in love with this color. As I started painting, I almost cringed because it was so much darker then I originally wanted but I am SO glad I tried it. I decided to paint all the trim, doors and vanity a bright white color as shown in the image above and accessorize with white as well. The white contrast provided the necessary element to give me the spa like feel I was going after. It looks fabulous if I do say so myself. I will be sharing the bathroom in a few weeks as I still have a few more details to complete. The bathroom makeover is part of the Annual Sherwin-Williams National Painting Week ( #SWPaintingWeek) which starts the beginning of April. Can’t wait to show you!

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  1. Teresa Turner says:

    I am also working on our bath and very similar color scheme! (My own mix of blue/grey; oyster grey/ and white) I can’t wait to see your results! Our bath a very similar in layout!!!

  2. Green is my favorite color, so I love seeing it in other houses! Our bedroom and dining room are both green (very different shades) and they are my favorite rooms!

  3. HI,
    Just wondering what the old paint color is in the bathroom…it is a color I would like for my bedroom!!! Thanks very much!

  4. We finished our bathroom 12 months ago and like you, we went for a dark colour. Ours is a dark grey, but we also incorporated lots of white elements which opens the room up and lightens it. Ours is also quite small but benefits from a very large window which let’s a lot of light in and we also have a very large mirror which bounces the light around the room. I think dark colours in bathrooms are lovely and luxurious – you just need to be clever with other design elements to make sure the colour doesn’t make the room small and oppressive. I can’t wait to see your finished room. Cheers.

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