If you love teal in home decor, you’ll definitely appreciate a bathroom vanity painted in a shade of the popular color. This bathroom got a complete makeover with a new bathroom vanity that was painted in a peacock teal color. It looks perfect with a wood countertop and the light green walls.
Here’s another teal bathroom vanity, this one with a white marbled countertop. The matting in the framed art is painted in the same color, making the teal more intentional in this space.
Go to any paint store and you’ll find many different shades of teal, some leaning towards blue and others more green. This teal-green bathroom vanity looks at home with the black and white graphic wallpaper. The splash of orange in the shelf cabinet works very well with the teal vanity.
Prefer navy blue to teal? Navy blue is a wonderful color to use on a bathroom vanity, especially in a bright, white bathroom like this one.
If you don’t want am all-white bathroom, you could accessorize your bathroom with lighting and wallpaper that is in the same shade of your bathroom vanity. This glam bathroom has the same navy blue color on the bathroom vanity, the sconces, and the wallpaper.
Actually, any shade of blue would look great on a bathroom vanity. This cottage bathroom shines with the beautiful blue color of the bathroom vanity, which is also repeated as a stripe on the hand towels.
Green is another great color to use on a bathroom vanity. This fun yet elegant kids’ bathroom vanity stands out in an otherwise all-white bathroom and looks very modern when paired with chrome silver hardware.
For a softer look, mint green is a gorgeous color choice for a bathroom vanity. Check out this mint green bathroom vanity, perfectly paired with a shimmering silver mirror and a marble countertop.
This bathroom vanity makeover is a great example of how you can buy a vanity from a big box store and make it yours by giving it a custom paint treatment. This vanity was painted with a green milk paint and then covered with antiquing wax to give it a vintage, aged look.
You could do a similar antiquing wax treatment to a vanity that’s painted a bright teal to get a result that looks like this. Stunning, especially with the gold accessories!
If you’re having a hard time deciding on a paint color for your bathroom vanity, try finding a pretty shower curtain that you want to use in your bathroom and matching a color on it. This soft green bathroom vanity perfectly compliments the shower curtain.
The yellow vanity in this bathroom goes well with the yellow and white ruffle curtain and all the other yellow accessories in the room.
Yellow bathroom vanities are unexpected and fun! This modern bathroom (in a house boat!) is warmed up with a lemon yellow bathroom vanity topped with a beautiful wood countertop.
Check out the fabulous yellow bathroom vanity in this all-white bathroom! It is perfectly paired with a geometric yellow and white rug.
A brightly colored bathroom vanity also looks great in dark bathrooms. For example, the coral bathroom vanity is the star of the show in this gray bathroom.
Here’s another beautiful example of coral bathroom vanity in a dark bathroom! A coral pink color looks fabulous with black walls. A fun, glam combo for a girls’ bathroom.
What’s more bold than coral? Red, of course. This beautiful red bathroom vanity, with crystal knobs, looks right at home in an all-white bathroom, especially with the amazing red and white wallpaper on the ceiling.
If you like the farmhouse modern look, you’ll appreciate this cute boys’ bathroom with its two red bathroom vanities with open shelving.
How about a hot pink bathroom vanity? It’s unexpectedly gorgeous, especially with white pulls and a marble countertop.
If you want to have a truly unique bathroom, a lavender bathroom vanity might be a great choice. This bathroom is stunningly gorgeous and the lavender vanity is so elegant when paired with gold.
Nobody will call you boring if you have a bathroom like this, with a orange bathroom vanity! The orange paint on the vanity is the exact shade of the orange flower outlines in the wallpaper, pulling the whole room together.
A small and open vanity is perfect for a bold color, like this orange bathroom vanity.
Another way to do a bold color on your bathroom vanity is to paint the cabinet fronts only, like this bathroom vanity.
And here’s a similar bathroom vanity, in red!
Still nervous about using a bright color on your bathroom vanity? Try a soft color that has gray in it, like this gray-blue bathroom vanity. So pretty!
What color is your bathroom vanity? If you could change it, what color would you choose? Or do you prefer the bold color to be on your bathroom walls instead of your vanity?
Featured and title image via Better Homes and Gardens.
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