15 bathrooms that show that black is the opposite of boring 7-15 End

Trivial balance

To test the fantasy of wallpaper and bird motifs on the ceiling, designer Thom Filicia opted for black walls. The white ornaments soften the black and connect it even with the lighter elements of the space. Real estate property

Don’t forget the details

Don’t limit yourself to black in the closets, also bring the black theme to the windows, as Nicole Hollis did with these shutters.

Incorporate antiques

Turn an antique chest of drawers into a mirror for a truly unique statement in the bathroom. This bathroom designed by Studio Life / Style has combined it with the classic black and white marble floors, delicate chandeliers and a large mirror with a golden frame.

Be playful

Yes, black and white can be playful and young. In this bathroom in a family home designed by Chango & Co., the school sink, red stool and wall lamp add to a contemporary agricultural environment.

Fight for simplicity

This black and white bathroom designed by Tamsin Johnson has an elegance that is easy to define. Stone counters, classic towels, artistic appliques and the round mirror show that minimalism can also have a unique advantage.

Make it modern

Instead of putting the tub faucet between the window and the tub, Hecker Guthrie decided to turn on the spotlight in the center of the room. The avant-garde matt black finish corresponds to the black frame of the mirror, the bathtub, the wardrobes and the doors, while the luxurious marble floors illuminate the room.

Make a power move

Red and black are by far the greatest power pair when it comes to color combinations. In this bold and captivating bathroom, Miles Redd opted for the iconic red zebra print wallpaper and Scalamandré graphic tiles for a bold look.

Brighten It up with flowers

Maintain a cool black bath by swapping in seasonal and bright flowers. In this space designed by Nicole Hollis Studio, the mix of materials and the pretty orange flowers add some visual interest.

Spotlight accessories

If you’re not ready to use all black, choose a clean and classic black and white color scheme like this. Without worrying about the humidity and humidity of a shower, you can assume an antiquity, like this floor clock. It is ideal for filling a confined space with walls and adding a crisp black accent.