Discover trendy ideas how to decorate and design a black and white bathroom. Check out these 15 Amazing Black and White Bathroom Ideas.
Mosaic Floor Tiles
Bring a touch of the Mediterranean to your black and white bathroom by using fancy mosaic floor tiles. When people think of mosaic tiles, the first thought is often bright, bold colours. This can be a scary thought for someone who likes to keep things plain and simple. But the good news is that mosaic tiles can be black and white! Take these gorgeous tiles, for example. They add detail, interest and fun to this beautiful space without being too overpowering – perfect!
Create A High Contrast
Black and white are opposites, so be sure to use that to your advantage. Paint your walls black—or install black wood or shiplap for added texture—to create a major contrast in your bathroom. Keep everything else bright white for a space that screams classic beauty.
This Swedish farmhouse’s bathroom takes black and white from classic to rustic. The vintage tub features fittings by Mora Armatur and the floor is tiled with Carrara marble.
These owners designed a huge shower, as they were putting in a new bathroom from scratch. The wall tiles are actually enamel medallions found in a warehouse in Providence. Dark grout makes the circular patterns stand out. Get the look Topps Tiles’ Shapes circle matt white mosaic tiles have this look
Combine With Black – Red Bathroom Ideas
Bathroom — Having only a red color in your bathroom could be too much, so it is best to combine it with other colors. In case you are still in doubt, go back to black and white. Red with black and white never go wrong, especially when there are also patterns in addition to it. Look how the black floor balances the pedestal sink and toilet seat – both in clean white.
Black, White and Woodsy Warmth
Black and white as a color scheme in the bathroom is nothing revolutionary in itself. But this year, the trend is to once again embrace this color palette but with a healthy dose of wood being thrown into the mix. Black, white and wood bathrooms feel both modern and comfortable at the same time. Unlike the largely monochromatic bathrooms in white, these spaces feel far more vibrant and unique. You still have a calming backdrop and the with white adding freshness, black anchoring the bathroom and wooden finishes offering visual warmth.
You don’t have to go over the top with black in the bathroom. Keep it predominately white and introducing smaller black touches such as lighting to help define the space.
Go For a Chic Art Deco Look
Kerri Rosenthal’s Art Deco take on this bathroom combines several beautiful black and white bathroom ideas. By choosing a hexagonal patterned black floor to accompany the leafy wallpaper, a playful touch limits a (potentially) overwhelming white color presence.
Bring In a Black Backdrop
Nothing makes a white bathroom suite pop like a dark, dramatic background. This look works particularly well if you have a bathroom suite with sculptural lines. Keeping the floor light prevents the scheme from feeling oppressive.
Black Marble Marvel
Grey to black marble looks amazing inside the shower area. It often sends a dramatic appearance with all its swirls and white specks. A simple grey floor tiling complements well with this design.
Explore With Wallpaper
Gold Accent Black and White Bathroom Ideas
Consider Copper Bathtub
In a perfect industrial style bathroom, using only black and white without the addition of other features wouldn’t make it stylish – even though you have used an array of patterns. Make one major statement with the copper-colored tub to set the mood just right as a focal point.
Checkered Tile Retro Bathroom
A ’50s influence can be seen in the pink tub and checkerboard floor combo in this small bathroom. That splash of mustard yellow in the bath towel, as well as the graphic shower curtain, bring the whole look to a slightly more modern place.
Industrial Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity
This stylish bathroom boasts white subway tiles and a weathered wood floor. Black metal vanity, mirror, pendant light, and window frames infuse industrial touches to the area. Flowers keep the space gender-neutral.