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Choosing a Paint Color for Our Small, Windowless Bathroom. After sitting in the bathroom with my swatch books, I narrowed it down to two Farrow & Ball colors: Calamine (a beautiful, neutral pink with an unfortunate name) and Shadow White (and warm, light griege).
Q: I need paint color suggestions for my bathroom, which is a tricky room to decorate because it's small and receives no natural light. Currently, the room is painted in Sherwin Williams "Watery," which I think is too dark because it actually looks seafoam-green on the walls.
"Paint walls and ceilings the same color; it allows your eye to travel around the room without stopping and makes a small space seem bigger," says color consultant Doty Horn. Think about proportions, too: "Anytime a room is higher than it is wide, a good option is painting the ceiling the same color as the walls," says Walker.
The best paint color for small bathroom with no windows, in my opinion, is the soft/pale yellow tone. It makes the whole room brighter and more welcoming. Plus, this particular color gives you the chance to play with the lightning.
A million dollar question: What is the best paint color for small bathroom with no windows?When it comes to choosing the right paint color for a windowless bathroom we have a lot of options, so let's take a look at the best ideas and by the end of th