Very bright paint colour

bubbles bathrooms and tiles
26 April, 2019
last modified: 26 April, 2019

What do you guys think of this paint colour with these tiles?

Comments (19)

  • E D

    Don't think it works. Made worse by the two different shades of tiles (or is that just a trick of the light in the photo of the bath/shower?).

  • minnie101

    Not for me, sorry. I don't like the colours together and just don't think that shade of blue works in a bathroom

  • tamp75
    Sorry, not for me either but I like your towels & wonder whether a dark blue / navy would work on the walls instead?
  • Patrina
    The colours don't work they somehow look ..a bit dated.
  • jenniecollins
    I think the problem is that you are mixing a very cool colour of paint, blue, with warm tones (wood floor, tiles). Perhaps you would like a very pale mossy green? My favourite colour combined with wood and white.
  • E D

    Bubbles, is this what the client wanted?

  • Mary Mary
    Sorry but it just jars against each other
  • PRO

    They are clashing because they are two complementary colours of the same tone, just not working. That pale blue is not welcoming.

  • Ribena Drinker

    It's a "no" from me too.

    I think it looks dreadful, it makes the room look cold and uninviting - sorry.

  • E D

    Why does everyone say ‘sorry’?

    Bubbles wants to know our (honest, surely) opinion...


  • Jonathan
    I agree that an earthy colour would fit better.
    In my opinion I think a taller cabinet on the wall behind the wc would be better than having two cabinets that don’t match, especially as one it not easy to access.
  • PRO
    bubbles bathrooms and tiles

    Absolutely ED! The client chose it, the tiles on the walls are the same with a wood effect flooring. I though a very pale green would have worked nicely. It's definitive different but the client is happy which is the main thing! We appreciate your opinions though.

  • Ribena Drinker

    I agree with Jonathan about the cabinets.

  • H

    Love those vanity units. What make/brand are they? Where did you get them?

  • Ribena Drinker

    Errr H, as to where they got them from, I'd hazard a guess as retailers they supply and sell them, just a stab in the dark though.....

  • Sonia

    I like the turquoise paint but I don’t like the tiles at all. Beige and boring. If the tiles were white, then that would be a different story........ :-)

  • rinq

    Even though I see plenty of images on here with exactly that combination, I still think it should have been a few shades darker (even just a few), perhaps a bit of grey/green/indigo in it. Because beige and blue can be friends:

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  • PRO

    I would have gone for a dark chocolatey brown.

  • PRO
    bubbles bathrooms and tiles

    The units are from Mereway Bathrooms.

    The paint colour and layout i agree with alot of isn't my cup of tea but as a bathroom company you work with the space you have and what the client wants They love it and we have had some lovely feedback from neighbours which is a plus for us.

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