Bathroom Color Schemes
Undeniably sleek and urban, this color combination works in the contemporary bathroom as well as in other spaces. White grout defines the black tiles, and red plumbing casings set off the unique black fixtures. Very cool-chic.
Dressing up a color that can often read as juvenile or girly (like pink) isn’t hard to do with some black accents. A black framed mirror that mimics the pink damask wallpaper, for example, does wonders in transforming the space into one for grownups.
The epitome of luxury, golden decorating touches add a gorgeous element to a soft cream bathroom. Metallics used in this way work best when kept to individually slim profiles, so as not to overwhelm the space or appear gaudy
While “light” isn’t necessarily a color, it’s used fantastically here as a component of the overall bathroom color scheme. Black walls, floor, and ceiling create a cozy surround of a bathroom space, but exposed hanging light bulbs and undermount lighting keep the potential dark-space-discomfort far, far at bay.
Varying shades of the same color, such as this bathroom’s warm grey color scheme, provides depth and visual interest while keeping the room cohesive and soothing. Importantly, plenty of reflective surfaces keep the organic color scheme from feeling somber.
This traditional bathroom gets a contemporary twist with a counter sink and classic details. Pale grey marble countertops and tile add a seamless cohesion to the entire space, while black cabinetry grounds it all.