1. Pink tubs
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Sarah Lloyd, paint and interiors expert from Valsparpaint.co.uk, explained: “Bathroom colour doesn’t always have to be determined by the wall paint.
“A beautiful bathroom, with crisp white walls can be adorned with quirky artwork and accessories to inject personality.
“While the traditional bathtub is often also white, painting it pink is a simple yet effective way to brighten the room and create a unique space.”
Having pink accessories can also help to add to the theme such as towels and bath mats.
When many people think of bathrooms, blues and greens are what come to mind because they are often associated with calming spaces.
The expert said green bathrooms are “inherently comforting and reassuring and none more so than with a shade that is reminiscent of calm ocean waters.”
There are so many different green shades on the market from a light sage to a deep forest green, but the expert recommended a peaceful sea green shade.
She added: “This shade is soothing against pastel paintwork and works perfectly well with plenty of natural wood and plant life.”
3. Midnight moon shades
The paint expert continued: “Painting the upper half of your bathroom walls and ceilings in black creates a sense of cosiness and intimacy.
“It works especially well in bathrooms that have peaked roofs or that are located in loft spaces where the ceiling height is not consistent.
“Match with a round mirror and create a moon-like decorative statement representative of a dark midnight sky.”
4. Warming terracotta
Shades of warm peach and terracotta are “toasty and inviting”, according to an expert, especially in a bathroom which can sometimes feel cold and uninviting.
If opting for this colour, pair it with some natural wood fittings, and stone basins, along with some green accessories.
5. Functional greys
Although many experts have predicted grey to become less popular, the versatility of the colour still makes it a great option for many people.
Sarah explained: “Pale grey is a versatile colour that can create either a modern and sleek look or a soft and calming atmosphere, depending on how you accessorise it.
“Pair with geometric style tiles and mix with black and chrome accessories to make things contemporary and modern, or, use lots of greenery and house plants to soften the otherwise monochrome palette.”