It’s timeless and classic, soothing and cool. Whether you want to use full monochrome or build a clean canvas for your favorite decorations, this gray bathroom proves how dynamic the shade is.
1. MIRRORS AND PATTERNS
The eclectic multi-toned wallpaper and large mirror at designer Erika Yeaman’s house proves that gray can be dynamic when used correctly. The depth created by patterned walls and mirror reflections give the illusion of greater space.
2. GREY WITH BLUE TOUCHES
For brighter gray bathrooms, dark blue accents are great for balancing brightness. The midnight blue color of the finished bathtub is put together, adding deeper value to the room that is naturally illuminated.
3. GO DEEP
The striking bathroom in the fashion house of Trent Wisehart’s executive takes full advantage of the many shades of gray, creating depth in smaller spaces.
4. GET GILDED
This Byzantine-inspired bathroom has a vintage Parisian vibe, with a statement of gold chandeliers that add sophisticated luxury to the monochromatic space.
5. STATEMENT MIRRORS
The master bath at Soho Loft Bohemian uses simple white appliances and charcoal tile floors to complement the ornate antique Italian mirrors.
6. SWEDISH FARMHOUSE
This Swedish farmhouse puts a touch of countryside in a traditional black and white bathroom, creating a calm and relaxing escape.
7. SMALL CHANGES
In this restored Long Island farmhouse, the bathroom was changed with a very simple update. Wooden paneled walls and window frames are painted in contrasting gray, making this unique original structure the focal point of this historic bathroom.
8. POP OF RED
If you want to be gray, but can’t commit to full monochrome, a color swell is the perfect solution. The subway tile is dark and the charcoal floor instantly bright with just a touch of red.