- by Byron
Purple and lavender bathroom may get a bad rep as a feminine color. But as it turns out, purple and lavender have a huge capacity to wow. Working well in everything from modern rooms to more classical affairs, give these purple bathrooms your consideration.
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Purple tends to pair well with dark furnishing accessories, bringing out the best in both.
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A more subtle lavender infuses this bathroom set with art deco charm.
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Far from being delicate, this lavender helps this contemporary bathroom decor feel even more spacious.
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Smaller pops of purple help this contemporary bathroom stand out. Just black and white works well on its own but another color can take the contrast to another level.
Image: Thompson Remodeling
A delicate lavender creates a comforting atmosphere.
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A deeper purple, on the other hand, gives this bathroom a cozy, intimate atmosphere.
Purple can be divinely luxurious, especially when paired with rich mahoganies and marble.
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Don’t let your rafters stand on their own. Paint them purple to help fill up the space.
Subtle pops of color, like the purple in the towels and the decor, help this otherwise all white bathroom feel less monotonous.
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A light purple can give any bathroom a royal air. They don’t call purple the color of kings for nothing.
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Even a subtle pop of purple can add interest to any space.
A more subtle shade of lavender adds color to a space without overpowering anything.
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Even if you don’t have a lot of space to spare, consider a pop of purple to help your bathroom feel less cramped.
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Light purples help reflect light but allow color into any space.
Paired with marble, this purple helps this bathroom really stand on its own.
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A lavender that’s almost blue helps add color to your home without being too overpowering.
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A splash of purple helps give this European style bathroom charm of its own.
Light purples help this bathroom stand out by sharply contrasting with the counters.
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Purple might not be the first color you think of in a Tuscan room but here it’s done very well and that’s thanks to the aged quality of the paint. Paired with tan cabinets, this room is a dream.
Purple and lavender can do a lot for a room. Whether they add a pop of color or set the scene, purple and lavender are two colors that should never be dismissed.