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Old pink and purple bathroom needs help.

Old bathroom needs help no money to change fixtures. The tub, sink and toilet are dark purple. The floor is white and purple tiles. The counter tops are pink tile. What colors should we paint the walls to tone all this purple down.

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  • woolfordclan Mar 23, 2009

    We just painted our bathroom with purple (lavender) toilet and sink a pale green (like a celery shade, not minty) and installed some crown moulding which was painted purple to "blend" in with the purple. It's a small bathroom and it needed some brightening up. It looks fabulous and we've received a lot of positive feedback. There are some paint company websites which you can take a picture of your bathroom, upload it and then experiment with the colors to see what looks best before deciding. We used Benjamin Moore's but I'm sure many paint companies have this.

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The consensus here is a medium to pale/light blue - black or dark blue would blend better, but it would be one darn dark bathroom. You want something that blends, not accentuates the purple.

Hope this helps :)

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