This is an absolutely stunning gray bathroom that features an updated retro vibe that goes along so well with todays trending styles. Dark vanities are so in right now, so this long double sink piece was the perfect choice to place in the marble tiled nook. I love how they used the same gray bathroom tile ideas throughout the small room, even tiling up the walls to create a wainscoting effect. It definitely ups the luxury and makes the space feel very high end. The other feature that really stands out to me in the monochromatic gray and white bathroom is the gorgeous wood door. You really don't need any art in the room, because the architectural detailing on the piece acts as a focal point in and of itself.
This rustic space is definitely a unique twist on the typical gray bathroom that you see all over the place in this year's trendy home decor idea guides. For the most part, the vast majority of the current gray bathroom ideas that I see feature soft dove vanities and marble tile with an overall monochromatic color palette. This awesome space turns those trends on their head, and infuses cool edgy style into their master. My favorite part of the entire room is the charcoal grey granite tiles that cover the walk in shower and are also used as a tub surround. It is not a pattern that you typically see (most people are afraid to go that bold), but I think that it works very well within the scale of the space. Ordinarily I would probably be pretty scared to install a dark gray bathroom like this, but the design is actually quite approachable.
I know that gray bathroom decor photos are all over the internet these days, but I am going to share one more because I simply adore the way that this color palette looks in a large luxurious master. In my opinion, a gray tile bathroom is one of those timeless looks that will mostly likely never go out of style. Especially if you utilize a simple marble tile like they did here, it is a neutral look that can evolve over time and take on pretty much whatever trends come and go over the years. The only thing that is unique about this particular blue and gray bathroom and that may not transition well in the future are the deep indigo vanities and cabinets. It is certainly one of those hot ticket items that are currently trending, but they could easily be painted in a few years if they end up dating the room.
I think that a lot of people get intimidated by gray bathroom remodeling projects because it can be very costly to imitate the trendy luxury spaces that you see online. Whenever people think about grey bathrooms decorating ideas, they usually picture marble tile everywhere, high end paneled vanities, polish hardware, the list goes on. Obviously these materials alone can be quite expensive, but I am here to tell you that you can still achieve a similar vibe on a budget. Check out this bathroom. We looked around for awhile to find the best gray paint colors to use as a neutral yet fierce foundation for the room. This subtle warm-toned gray was a great choice and brought out the unique color scheme of the vintage tile. I simple vanity that we bought from a bargain store updated the space without costing us a lot, and then we just popped in some nice sconces to flank the mirror.
I don't think that you can ever go wrong with a gray bathroom because it is definitely considered a neutral color palette that still has a lot of fantastic design to it. Beyond the pure effortless style of it all, gray bathroom paint is awesome at disguising dirt and moisture that are quite prominent in a bathroom environment. While white is a nice clean look in terms of style, it can actually show a lot of dinginess over time in the bathroom because of the temperature and moisture fluctuations. I really like the particular smokey shade from these grey bathroom designs because it is subtle enough to be considered a light neutral, yet deep enough to make the white accents in the room really pop.
This is a fantastic example of how you can give a simple gray bathroom some decorative edge with some cool vintage touches. Most people stick with a simple white or black accent palette when they are picking out gray bathroom decor. I think that this is definitely the way to go because it maintains the elegant simplicity that is most sought after when it comes to this particular style space. The only real pattern they used is in the lovely marble and black porcelain tile floor. Since it is such a small space, anything that bold on the walls would have certainly overwhelmed the space. But concentrating it to the floor was a brilliant move and produced absolutely beautiful gray bathrooms.