Colour to paint a small basement bathroom?

Old 08-02-12, 04:43 PM
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I just re-did my basement with oak hardwood, Martha Stewart "Barn" (a burgundy) and "Bakery Box White" on the walls with oak/teak furniture and brown.white furniture. Now I just have to redo the adjoining bathroom, which is very, very small (toilet, sink, shower, and space to turn around once.) What would be the best colour to paint such a small room? As well as floors and tile for the shower?

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I'd carry the 'bakery box white into the bath rm for the walls/woodwork. Light colors are always best for small spaces and that would tie it into the rest of the basement. I'd tile the bath rm floor.
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Floor tiles no bigger than a foot square and light color on the walls, both will keep the room from feeling smaller than it is already.

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