Some people on here are going to say that we went overboard with our all marble gray bathroom ideas in our new master, but I absolutely love it. When we first started tossing around potential styles and ideas for the bathroom remodel, I knew that I wanted to incorporate marble for the countertops and tile. Our design made the suggestion to just tile the walls, floor, tub surround and water closet in order to give it a super luxurious look, and one that actually is very minimalist despite the busy pattern of the marble. I was a bit nervous at first but trusted her opinion and told her to go for it. I am so thrilled with how it turned out because it is so much more than your average gray tile bathroom -- it has an artistic look to it that wows you from the moment you walk in the door.
I know that we have all seen gray bathroom ideas everywhere these days, to the point where most people are probably pretty sick of looking at them. Sorry guys, I am here with more gray and white bathroom pictures to share because I think that we were actually able to achieve a look that is pretty different than a lot I have seen online. We wanted something that was very modern, with a much darker color palette than you are used to seeing with gray bathrooms. The deep charcoal tile on the shower walls were actually my starting point for the whole design and inspired all of the rest of the pieces in the room. All of the dark grey bathroom ideas centered around this material, from the river rock shower floor tile, to the mid-tone charcoal colored paint and everything carefully chosen in between.
I would love some feedback on the gray bathroom ideas that we incorporated into our son's new en suite bath. We wanted to keep things very modern and cool so that it would go with his decor, but still in the same vein as the rest of our very traditional style home. A gray bathroom seemed like the perfect way to compromise between the two styles, because it has that modern vibe that teens love, but in a shade that future buyers would still enjoy. My favorite part of the entire space is the gorgeous deep indigo vanity and matching mirror that we chose. I think that it is such a unique color and one that looks amazing against the paint shade we chose.
I am so proud of how the gray bathroom ideas that I chose for our master turned out. At first I was really nervous to completely design a room in our house on my own (with my husband acting as our contractor) but the more I researched and planned out the gray and white bathroom ideas that I wanted to incorporate, the more confident I became in my skills and how good the room would look in the end. The piece that started the whole design was actually the marble herringbone floor. I have seen a ton of my favorite fashion bloggers incorporate this pattern in there homes, some as flooring like we did and others as backsplash tile or an accent wall. With that chosen, I went with comfort grey for the walls -- one of the most popular bathroom paint colors 2019 according to the forums I read -- and a crisp white vanity with marble countertops to finish the design.
Most of the times that people say they are going with gray bathroom ideas for their home, you picture marble tiles and all white vanities. For our house we wanted to do something very different in terms of gray bathroom decor -- something that would be unique and modern just like my roommate and I. My favorite texture/pattern in home decor and architecture is exposed brick, and I used this as the starting place to our design. I found some grey-toned brick veneer at our local home improvement warehouse and had it installed over the entire back wall to give a focal point to the design. We kept the bathroom tile ideas very simple so as not to distract from the brick, going with a grey wood grain material that matches the vanity and sort of fades into the background.
I know that our gray bathroom ideas are probably considered a bit unconventional, but I really like the combination of the deep moss green paint color and cool grey slate flooring. Most people think of marble or something when they are considering different types of gray bathroom tile ideas, but my mind immediately went to slate because of the richness of the pattern and all of the colors interspersed throughout. I love how this type of tile gives a rustic vibe to even the most contemporary home and really balances the style. I am so happy with how our bathroom renovations turned out and can't wait to start on the kitchen next! I think that I want to do a similar slate tile floor and backsplash.