1. Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore

Interior designer and founder of Mavens of Design Lucy Loneragan calls this shade of white “the freshest and cleanest white.” She uses this color in many of the bathrooms she designs.
To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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2. Sun Washed by Benjamin Moore

Sun Washed is a truly sophisticated shade of pink blush that looks great in bathrooms. “This soft pink hue is subtle enough to not make you feel as though you’ve just stepped inside a room of fairy floss, but still keeps the bathroom bright, and gives a lovely warm feel,” Loneragan says.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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3. Nickel by Benjamin Moore

If you have a white sink, bathtub, or even white tiles, Loneragan recommends Light Nickel, which is a light gray color. This universal shade works well in most bathrooms and pairs nicely with any metal.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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4. Quiet Moments by Benjamin Moore

Interior designer Lisa Gilmore of Lisa Gilmore Design calls Quiet Moments “the perfect shade of pale gray with a smidge of bluish green to bring a light and airy feel to it.” She thinks the color looks best when it contrasts darker cabinets and soft brass details.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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5. Sea Haze by Benjamin Moore

Alexis Rodgers, an interior designer and founder of Home With Alexis, calls Sea Haze “a sophisticated, neutral shade of gray.” She says it is perfect for a master bathroom retreat—or perhaps any bathroom you are trying to make feel more retreat-like. Either way, you really can’t go wrong with this paint color.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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6. Barely Teal by Benjamin Moore

Rodgers is a big proponent of Barely Teal, calling it a “perfect shade of teal.” She even likes using it as an alternative to a traditional choice of pink for a young girl’s bathroom. “It’s uplifting and refreshing,” she says.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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7. Cotton Candy by Benjamin Moore

If you are more traditional and looking for a fun, youthful shade of pink for a girl’s bathroom, Rodgers says to look no further than the aptly named Cotton Candy. However, if you don’t have a lot of natural light in your bathroom, she suggests cutting down this formula to 50 percent, making it a little less bold.

To buy: From $43; benjaminmoore.com.

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