Benjamin Moore "ICEBERG" 2122-50 "This is a lovely pale blue, so faint that it brings the sky into the room. It's neither cold nor too blue. Instead, it simply adds a crisp background for a calming sleep or a restful read. Raw woven silks in blues or soft whites react well to this shade. Surprisingly, to get the most out of a blue-and-white scheme, every room needs a serious hit of black. I suggest glossy doors or ebonized furniture." -Steven Gambrel
Dream Bath in Blue: Separate Spaces A pair of long vanities flanks each side of the entrance from the master bedroom. Separate vanities have made it easier for the two homeowners to share a bath without bumping in to each other while they get ready in the morning. Curved fronts give the vanities a graceful appearance that complements the elegant lines featured on the bathtub.
7134 Tibetan Sky from Sherwin-Williams; if you're leaning towards white walls but you love blue, try a pale blue tint. this is a very zen like color that will not overwhelm your space, and it will make your white trim and furnishing look even more brilliant.