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Three schemes to add a splash of colour to your bathroom

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Whether you want to brighten up your bathroom or shower room by adding colour with paint or you simply want to freshen up your accessories, we’ve created some colour palettes to help you add a splash of colour. Each colour palette brings through a mixture of calming pink tones, blues or greens. In each example you will see paint colour combinations we recommend, followed by a selection of complementary accessories. 

The paints have all been chosen from the Little Greene paint range, which is stocked, or can be mixed, at each of our Colour Supplies stores in Wrexham, Oswestry and Whitchurch. Little Greene paint is also now available to buy online, through Colour Supplies, by clicking here.  

Little Greene offer their full colour catalogue of paints in an Intelligent Matt finish which is suitable for bathrooms. Intelligent paints are water-based, fully washable, tough, certified child-safe, long lasting and quick drying.

Pair light pinks with greys and whites to create the perfect environment for relaxing. 


Little Greene Paint (from left to right)

  • China Clay 
  • Pink Slip 
  • Arquerite 
  • Flint 



Accenting a neutral bathroom with deep blues is ideal because the neutral colours sit back and let the bold colours do the talking. 


Little Greene Paint (left to right) 

  • Mazarine 
  • Pale Wedgewood 
  • Shallows 
  • Gauze Dark



For a playful combination of tones consider experimenting with yellows and soft greens. This fun aesthetic is the perfect combination to create a bathroom for spring.  


Little Greene Paint (left to right) 

  • Indian Yellow 
  • Hidey Hole
  • Travertine Mid 
  • Silent White

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