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Bathroom Inspiration

We recommend our Modern range for kitchens and bathrooms, as these finishes are protected against mould.

Painted in Sardine No.CB8 and Au Lait No.CB9 | Modern Emulsion


Whether you prefer gleaming tiles and sleek glass or the warm tactility of natural wood, there’s more than one way to create a beautiful bathroom. With deep, rich tones for the ultimate escape and the softest lived-in neutrals for a spa-like space, these enticing bathroom schemes offer something for everyone.


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Painted in Elephant's Breath No.229 | Modern Emulsion; Wimborne White No.239 | Estate Eggshell

Scandi Simplicity

Shades of white and grey are an enduringly popular choice for bathrooms. To keep things interesting, try a simple palette with contrasting textures, or add pops of colour with ornate tiles.

Grey on Grey

Bathroom walls painted in Elephant’s Breath No.229 in Modern Emulsion; Trim and Floor painted in Strong White No.2001 in Modern Eggshell

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Whimsical Brights

Painted in Pavilion Blue No.252 | Modern Emulsion; Dix Blue No.82 | Estate Eggshell



Painted in Hague Blue No.30 | Modern Emulsion; All White No.2005 | Estate Eggshell

Luxurious Touches

Saturated tones, metallic accents and glossy woodwork create an enticingly luxurious space for long soaks. For a really striking look, try painting cabinets or the underside of a roll-top bath in a contrasting shade.

Statement Sheen

Painted in Pink Ground No.202 | Modern Emulsion; Setting Plaster No.231 & Hague Blue No.30 | Estate Eggshell; Strong White No.2001 | Modern Eggshell

Rich Hues

Painted in Stone Blue No.86 | Estate Eggshell



Painted in Brinjal No.222 | Modern Eggshell

Drenched in Colour

Deep colours can work wonders in a small bathroom. Taken across the walls and door, or perhaps even the underside of a freestanding bathtub, they create a cohesive and cosy haven.

Block Colour

Painted in Bancha No.298, Preference Red No.297 & De Nimes No.299 | Modern Emulsion; School House White No.291 | Estate Emulsion & Estate Eggshell

Full Colour

Painted in India Yellow No.66 | Estate Eggshell


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