This grey and white bathroom turned out absolutely stunning and a space that I would gladly replicate in every single client's home that I take on this year. As I am sure that most people browsing around a home decor website know, grey bathroom ideas have been gaining in popularity this year and I am sure are here to stay. The thing that is hard for designers like myself, is making your portfolio look different than everybody else in your area. I am especially proud of this design because I think that it brings something a little bit different than everything else I have been seeing. I went with more modern style shaker bathroom cabinet ideas, and then infused some traditional elegance into the space with a classic herringbone patterned marble floor.
My company is asked to install a grey and white bathroom at least once per week lately. I know that they are uber popular, but I didn't realize quite how much until I actually went back and looked at the figures. Given their popularity, I figured I would go back through our portfolio and pull a room or two with my favorite grey and white bathroom ideas that we have done in the past year. This room in these photos takes the cake because of it's bold use of pattern to bring some design to an otherwise monochromatic space. This is also a great example of how to do a grey bathroom on a budget because the tile was the only really pricey item.
This stunning grey and white bathroom is exactly what I need in my life -- a beautiful and well decorated place to relax away from work and my kids. Most gray and white bathroom ideas have that edgy modern style, but I love the quirky and whimsical touches in here that softens it up. I know that my husband would not want a feminine master bath, but I think that the person who designed this had a brilliant touch and was able to achieve the perfect balance of both feminine and masculine elements. If I had to choose my favorite part of the room, I would say it would be the black geometric chandelier and coordinating tile accent below (sorry couldn't choose just one). I had not been planning on a bathroom remodel 2020, but after seeing these photos that may have to be on the table now.
My friends have been telling me for months that I need to do a grey and white bathroom in our guest suite but I never really paid them much attention until I got on here and actually started looking at photos. I see where their urgency came from because these grey bathroom designs are simply beautiful. This particular bathroom really grabbed me because it is very contemporary (which my husband loves) but it still feels warm and inviting rather than too cold like most modern rooms that I have seen. Now that I have a color palette in mind as well as some tile preferences, I just need to figure out how to make them work within the more popular small bathroom ideas 2020 because I want my home to feel as current and trendy as possible now that we are spending the money to redo it.
I am a huge sucker for any grey and white bathroom that incorporates a herringbone pattern in the tile. I don't care if you achieve this through beautiful marble designs or simple white bathroom tiles, I think that it is a timeless look that excludes pure luxury and elegance. If I had to choose a single bathroom that inspires me the most, I have to say that it is this one that I came across on HGTVs website maybe a year ago. I love everything about the room, from the gorgeous flooring pattern, to the tucked away walk in shower, to even the separate dressing table. Someday I hope to make these bathroom remodel pictures a reality in our house because I would pinch myself to be able to wake up and get ready in here everyday.
Now this grey and white bathroom is definitely one for the books -- every detail drips luxury and good living! I wonder if the people who live here realize that their home is featured in a bathroom ideas photo gallery online and, if they do, if they feel lucky every time they step in it. I certainly hope so because I would feel like an absolutely queen if I got to get dressed for the day in a space like this. I found this home when I was looking for grey bathrooms decorating ideas for our guest room, but boy oh boy I didn't expect to find a master suite that is as large as my entire downstairs living area, not to mention one with huge 12 foot ceilings and marble tile everywhere to boot.