Not quite black but darker than white, gray is often positioned in the blurry area between those two. Unfortunately, gray is also associated with depressive mood and dullness, whereas the fact it brings a timeless impression and also adds elegance to any design. Since black and white have been too common, these gray bathroom ideas will give you a perfect space to destress at the end of the day.
As the color is also tricky, you are going to need a careful approach in choosing the right shade, placement, and accent so that your bathroom would bring out its either elegant or quirky tone instead of blandness. Change your opinion towards this uncertain color that looks relaxingly transforming for your private space in the house.
This nature-driven bathroom consists of three different stone tiles. Yet, the most noticeable one is the textured dark gray one beside the tub. The gray accent wall truly sets the mood right since it outlines the white tub and the two other lighter-toned tiles, also enlightened by the window ceiling, making it less dark and dull.
It may come to your surprise that gray is actually quite versatile when it comes to combination with other colors. Leave the white and blue design for a while, because this newly-paired sleek blue and gray is all about modernity and elegance. The presence of the blue tiles as an accent wall for vanity livens up the overall mood.
Pattern play is the best way to reduce blandness to your gray bathroom design. In this luxurious bathroom, the floor has chevron-patterned tiles, combined with white and in a sleek finish. The tiles give fullness to the bathroom that you don’t need to add any more ornaments and décor. Note that the wall also comes in a more classic pattern, still in the shade of gray.
Instead of white, try creating a minimalist and clutter-free bathroom with gray color. For this elongated bathroom, the combination of gray and white makes a perfect blocking balance for the interior design. The floor and one side of the wall are covered by the faded gray tiles, whereas the other side of the wall and ceiling are in white, as well as the furniture.
Nothing can present more natural gray than the natural concrete color itself. This unfinished interior would be most suitable for industrial style. Choose the right supporting element to create a more dramatic and elegant look, such as the recessed lights behind the mirror and tiny hanging pendants on the ceiling.
Since there are a lot of shades that you can choose out of gray, this darker gray should come into consideration. Using the classic subway tiles for the accent wall, the twin vanity also appears in the same tone. The accent for the design comes in the touch of gold on the mirror frames, sconces, and the tub.
If your bathroom initially didn’t have any gray in it, this could be a good remodeling idea to try. Choose one large vanity cabinet with a gray color that takes up not only one side of the wall but also up to the ceiling. This large vanity allows you to organize all your stuff neatly so that the color would stand out more.
Bright color truly helps with the dull gray. This time around is the splash of white and yellow for the wall tiles. The wooden texture with yellow lightings is another point to look for in this design. Big yet minimalist.
Don’t forget to make a statement in every design, and lighting could do the job well. If the ceiling is still unoccupied, install this quirky-shaped spiral lighting to fill it. It may not be too noticeable during the day, but it will look beautiful during the night.
Don’t be afraid of the idea of using a single tone for the whole bathroom wall and flooring. This design proves that instead of dull, it creates a stylish interior for the bathroom. Just make sure that the lightings are bright enough to highlight the subtle difference between the patterns. As for the vanity, make it stand out with this floating style with wooden door panels and white frames.
Add contrast to the white wall with this extra-large gray vanity. This is most suitable for a large bathroom, since forcing it in the tiny one would make it looks cramped and not stylish at all. The gold handle gives it an elegant touch, as well as the marble countertop for a more luxurious vibe. The addition of small greenery gives it some refreshment.
Using three different gray tones could be used when you don’t want to add any more colors to your bathroom. Since the dark gray takes over the floor and the light gray dominates the wall, medium gray serves as an accent wall behind the shower box and vanity. The hex tiles help it to look more prominent.
This tempting bathroom has a strong modern industrial vibe in it. The glossy subway tiles reflect back the bright light, illuminating the room even more. Whereas the visible piping in copper color defines the industrial side. To balance the look, choose white furniture and make sure there is little-to-none clutter.
A large space means there is more room to work with the design. This luxurious bathroom is dominated by white color, yet it makes the gray accent more noticeable. Consistently using marble pattern for the wall and flooring, the tub area is elevated to highlight it and accented with the inset tiles in a darker shade.
White is such a timeless color that makes a perfect partner for anything, especially this undying combination with gray. The two colors create a clean outline between each element of the bathroom, resulting in a futuristic-looking design. You may add a bathtub screen to avoid water splashes to other parts of the room.
Plain color is not always the right solution because this combination of pattern and textures turns out to the stylishly quirky! The stone tiles truly steal attention here, since it consists of the mixture of many colors, which definitely liven up the design.
This narrow bathroom magically turns into the stylish one in gray. Even when it has three different colors as of gray, white, and black, the latter two appear as ornaments and furniture only, giving a touch of color for the interior. The large window on one side of the wall ensures an abundance of lights, creating an impression of larger bathroom space.
The balanced combination between white and gray creates a clean two-toned bathroom, which shows what relaxation means. The neatly organized appearance, supported by the bright lights, looks perfect. Adding one or two wall arts wouldn’t hurt as well for a nice final touch.
Save your all-gray tiny bathroom from dullness with this extra-bright pair of sconces installed on each side of the vanity mirror. The nicely patterned countertops, flooring, and the inset also take part in building up this sophisticated space.
This industrial-influenced bathroom uses a lot of wooden elements in it, liven up the gray-dominating color. However, when the wall still looks empty, hang medium-sized wall art and even a floating bookshelf! Such a lovely treatment for the design.
You might be surprised at how versatile gray can be, as the addition of natural wooden log stool turns out to be a beautiful decorative element. This way, you don’t need any décor, ornaments, etc.
Your vanity can be the focal point of your bathroom design if you want it to. In this dim-lit bathroom dominated by gray with a splash of white, the wooden element stands out against the rest, giving it a balanced look.