Indeed PC monitors frequently misread colors. Greens are neutrals however. Often a room scheme can be inspired by new or existing prints factoring adjoining spaces if part of a public space layout. This is true in the case of a master bathroom too. The print could come via things like a rug, window treatment, a shower curtain or art. Factor in these things when considering the wall color and it's value: ROOM SIZE, NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING, THE FEEL YOU SEEK, COLORATION OF CABINETRY, COUNTERTOP, TOILET, SINK, ETC.. Importantly, view all potential chips under the varied lighting conditions of this space. Your options are broad tho I can not envision a gray unless it's a blue gray or taupe. Personally I like families of these colors with greens...Lavenders, Plums, Pinks. Also, if this bath is small, a monochromatic scheme could visually enlarge it. You could go with the flow and match a chip to the tile opting for a lighter value for the walls. Dots of an accent color like a spice red via towels, etc. could be scattered around the room to keep things lively if desired.
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