There’s a reason why we call it comfort rooms. Bathrooms should make you feel at ease. This is why the colors from the Breathe palette from the Boysen Color Trend 2022/23 collection suit these rooms so well. Don’t believe us? Here’s proof.
Baby Steps BCT21-7736S
Free yourself from color constraints. Pink is not just for girls’ bedrooms. Being a subtle hue, Baby Steps becomes a shade for just about anyone. Light and soft, bathrooms with pink wall paint colors create a calming atmosphere—and who wouldn’t want that? Pink has also been shown to lower aggression and stress levels. Imagine going through your night routine in a space like this.
Utterly Pottery BCT21-7737S
For a touch of sophistication, try Utterly Pottery. If you’re intimidated, don’t be. Reds can work on walls provided it’s the right shade. This muted red is perfect for powder rooms and guest bathrooms where you want to make a striking impression. It’s a warm hue that can elevate the space and is a sure conversation starter.
Morning Yoga BCT21-7207S
Skin tone colors, like Morning Yoga, make good alternatives to white. Where white can be too harsh and—let’s face it—bland, skin tones have more personality and are less blinding when used on all the walls in a room. Morning Yoga leans a bit peachy without straying too far off the beaten path. It will still work with your minimalist aesthetic!
But First, Coffee BCT21-7813S
If coffee brings you comfort, maybe its color will as well. Brown is a grounding color associated with stability and dependability. If you’re #TeamPuti, this will bring some much-needed warmth into your bathroom. A few houseplants or two will fit right at home with this earth-toned color too.
Herbal Tea BCT21-7514S
Aiming for that spa-like experience at home? This is the color for centering yourself and returning to a place of calm. Take your time—there’s no rush! Herbal Tea is a mossy green shade that will go well with Scandinavian interior design elements. Make a sanctuary for yourself and pair this hue with wood finishes.
Charcoal Mask BCT21-7911S
When done right, colors close to black, like Charcoal Mask, can be cozy and enveloping spaces that feel like safe spaces to escape to. Think less energizing and more rejuvenating. It helps to have contrast in the room in the way of lighter colors like the occasional white and beige. Textures will make it cozy and lots of sunlight streaming in will keep it from getting suffocating and too dark.
Get These Colors as Paint
You can have all the paint colors featured above mixed at a Boysen Mix and Match station (find a list of locations here). Make sure to see a swatch of your chosen hue in person as well. Colors can appear differently when viewed through a device.
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