Your mission, should you choose to accept it: to make cream and white work together in a single room.
In one bathroom, we have a cream-coloured marble sink and vanity. Next to it is a stark white toilet and a stark white bathtub. So imagine a colour difference like this:
The things that are up for grabs, colour-wise, are the floor tiles and the paint on the wall.
We have decorated (though all of this can be changed) with a shower curtain and floor mat in shades of white, cream, brown, and blue.
So… what colour do we paint the walls? And what colour do we choose for the floor tile? If we go with white walls, the vanity looks strange (I know this because that’s what we currently have), and if we go with cream walls, I assume the toilet and bathtub will look strange. We’re looking for an idea that is veeeeeeeeeeeeery neutral and light — no chocolate brown walls, for instance.
Do I aim for a shade of white that falls between the two? Do I go with one over the other?