My neighbor is having a "What WAS I thinking" moment regarding her guest bathroom. [Actually her husband made the decisions; unfortunately, he was color challenged ]
The bath is an interior space with no natural light. It has an oak vanity with a very neutral pale beige & cream colored cultured marble top.
The floor and shower surround are both gray tile with lots of blue undertones. The shower surround is a deeper shade of gray than the floor.
She is trying to come up with a color for the walls that would neutralize the contrast between the floor, shower and countertop. Usually I'm full of ideas but this time I'm at a loss. She doesn't have any major objections to any colors as long as the final result is esthetically pleasing.
Can someone suggest something? Since the colors of the floor and shower surround make up the largest element in the room, my inclination is to go with a color that coordinates and emphasizes those colors, and in the process maybe the countertop color would recede.