Brown, Gray and Turquoise Bathroom Ideas


Brown, gray and turquoise is a common color combination for a bathroom. The best way to design a bathroom with these colors is to use each color in just the right amount. Choose any of the colors as an accent color so that it stands out against the other colors.


  • One way of using tiles in your bathroom is to use a combination of brown and turquoise tiles on the walls in a random pattern. Likewise, you can use brown tiles with turquoise tiles as the border or vice versa. Another way to use this color combination is simply to use either gray, brown or turquoise tiles throughout.


  • If brown or turquoise tiles only cover the bottom half of the walls, you can paint the wall above the tiled portion gray. Walls with brown tiles as a border can be painted turquoise so you have an alternating pattern of turquoise, brown and turquoise, and walls with turquoise tiles can be painted brown so you have a brown, turquoise and brown pattern. Likewise, if you have brown tiles throughout, paint the top half of the wall turquoise or gray. Paint walls with turquoise tiles throughout in brown or gray.

Window Treatments

  • The window treatments that you choose for a bathroom with this color combination depends on the color on your walls. Match the color of your window treatments with the color of your walls. For example, use brown window treatments with brown walls. This creates fluidity in your bathroom, which is especially important in a smaller bathroom as the flow creates an illusion that the room appears larger. However, it's possible to use window treatments in any color that you have on your walls, such as gray, turquoise or brown. Furthermore, window treatments in a natural material, such as bamboo, would also go well in a bathroom with this color combination.


  • Accessorize your bathroom with a combination of accessories in brown, gray and turquoise. For example, you can hang brown and turquoise hand towels and use a gray or stainless-steel soap dispenser, soap dish and toothbrush holder. Match the color of your bath mat with the color of your towel, such as brown or turquoise. Like your window treatments, match your shower curtain to the color of your walls.

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