Friday, May 29, 2009

I want to paint

but what color??

I really want to paint our bathrooms. Ours is a dark chocolate but now I am really wanting to go light. And I would love to paint our guest bathroom (which is also shared by our daughter) a different color too. I came across some ideas, so here is what I am thinking................
I really like this soft green for our bathroom. Isn't it pretty...it looks so fresh and clean looking. I will have to paint our cabinets white but I am up for that challenge too.
And for our guest/daughter bathroom I am leaning towards the light blue. This color reminds me of the beach....very calming don't you think?
(wonder how long it would take for my daughter to get it dirty........not long!)

9 comments:

Tins and Treasures said...

I especially like the green...sooo inviting. Take care ~Natalie

Celina said...

I looooove both of those colors! You have great taste!

Mighty M said...

I love those colors too - they would both be fantastic to use!

sassypackrat said...

Very nice colors for bathrooms!

Jen said...

They both look great! We've been considering similar green for our master br/ba, it does seem so relaxing.

Little Dickens Designs said...

I like both of them! I'm thinking of repainting our boys bedroom a green very similar to the one you posted. I'd kill to have that bathroom, is it from pottery barn? I love the walls on it.

I love your profile, so much like me except I've never made a handbag in my life!

~Marie~ said...

I say paint! I share a bathroom with my younger brother (he's 24) and it's yellow and brown. My mom loves it... I think it's really dark. No matter how much light you use in there, it still seems dark.

I think it's safe to say I will never have a dark bathroom when I move.

Sarah Knight said...

yeah, lighter colors in a bathroom are always more calm and relaxing. Both of those look like excellent places to start.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi there, I especially like that green also.. Go for it---and send us pictures!!!!

We got home this evening and had a wonderful couple of days in the North Carolina mountains.

Hugs,
Betsy