The plan was to strip the wallpaper out of the bathroom last Saturday, prime the walls on Sunday, and paint the walls this Saturday. Unfortunately, stripping the wallpaper off revealed some pretty bad damage to the wall above the shower and a different corner badly repaired (due to a leak in the roof, maybe, all though they must have fixed the roof better than the walls). So, Sunday and Monday I repaired the walls. Yesterday I primed the walls, with final touch ups today (you never see all the bad spots until you finish priming). Now I can finally paint this Saturday and have narrowed down the colors to: 1) A very safe "Sugared Almond" color - very light subtle color in Glidden's "Classic and Neutral" group. 2) A very bright, bold "Kansas grain" color that will most definitely be noticeable as a color. I have a shower curtain with a bamboo plant pattern a little over six months old that I kind of like. Bamboo looks kind of nice as a plant or shower curtain pattern, plus is a great material for making slide rules. The ony other colored stuff is some green soap dispenser, soad dish, etc, and a dark green toilet lid and tank cover. My wife picked that stuff out and it could stay or go depending how they look after I paint. Overall, I've kind of felt the green worked okay both with the shower curtain and the wallpaper that used to be on the walls. The shower curtain: http://img367.imageshack.us/img367/1944/dscn0642cn7.jpg [Broken] Sugared Almond next to the shower curtain: http://img367.imageshack.us/img367/3664/dscn0644qe8.jpg [Broken] Kansas grain next to the shower curtain: http://img146.imageshack.us/img146/1980/dscn0643xd7.jpg [Broken] Okay, that's just lame. They look practically the same in the photos on my monitor unless I get my face real close to the screen. The Kansas grain is very bright (or at least very bright right next to the Sugared Almond). The Sugared Almond is almost white on a color strip, but I'm pretty sure a roomful of it will definitely have some color to it.