my apartment progress… bathroom

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Remember when I said I wanted something dark and dramatic for the bathroom wall? I eventually decided on a dark olive green but I’m not happy with how it came out. It looks a lot better in the pic than in person…

I don’t like the way the white shelving brackets stand out so much and I also don’t like the sheen of the eggshell finish (the larger samples only come in eggshell finish). I’m thinking of repainting it white… what do you think??
 

9 responses

  1. yeah the sheen of it is not good. and the color just isn't….doing anything positive. maybe a brighter shade? but in a matte finish. maybe a light lavender or a soft blue?….but the shelves SHOULD stand out, they're totally fabulous! great job considering the space issue!

  2. I think you are right that it doesn't look that bad in the picture, but I know if I was in your shoes, I would also want to repaint it if I wasn't really happy with it. But I would be so boring and probably paint it white!

  3. I'm searching for something for the large frame now. but will most likely be black and white. I may use my new stencils to create a subtle pattern for the back wall… will keep you posted!

  4. That is a shiny eggshell… I don't mind the color though. Maybe just do another coat in a matte version? or, a coat of something slightly more grey?

  5. White!!!!!Or maybe an aquatic blue-green color, or a light gray with a touch of beige (if the wall isn't white, I would paint the shelving brackets too)

  6. I think the shelves make it look heavy. The color would probably work in flat and w/o the shelves or go white on the walls with them. Maybe roll the towels too.

  7. The boldness of the color is a nice direction but I think that maybe there is a little too much yellow in the paint. How about something greyer with a satin finish? (Not sure I would move down to flat in a bathroom).