Grey- a mid-ground color that seems to work best when it is accompanied by bolder hues yet can be quite the show stopper when it’s left to become the star of the room. That one shade that simultaneously works well in every room, every style and every time of year. Due to how easy it is to work with grey is a perfect color for the bathroom. Whether you’re looking to add a dynamic touch to your décor or want to bring a monochromatic twist, hues of grey can help you achieve just that. These beautiful grey bathrooms will help you bring a timeless, classic, touch regardless of your decorating style.
Mirrors & Wallpaper
If you have a smaller bathroom, adding a mirror or two is one of the best ways of bringing light and an airy feel to the room. Pair your mirrors with a patterned almost eclectic wallpaper for an expansive feel that does not take away from the décor you might already have.
Touches of Blue
When working with lighter hues of grey, adding touches of blue works well due to it, allowing you to break down the brightness of the grey hue. Furthermore, combining multiple hues of blue with one or two shades of grey brings a little bit of classic modern that can be felt throughout.
While most grey shades seem to have a simple feel almost underwhelming if they’re paired with other lighter hues, whereas a darker hue of grey feels masculine and edgy. The edginess comes from how bold the shade can be, particularly when it is paired with other rich, indulgent hues.
Bring on the Accents
Grey doesn’t always have to be the spotlight of the room, it can sometimes take a step back and become an accent hue. Having grey as your accent color is perfect when you want to add a bold charm with a little bit of contrast to create an inviting fresh space.
Consider your Floors
Sometimes you don’t want to add grey directly on your walls, sometimes you want to add grey in another type of way. One of the best ways to do this is by adding grey flooring. It creates a subtle focal point without overwhelming the room. Simple décor will add that hint of normalcy while still having the little twist as part of your flooring.
Pops of Red
If you have been considering a monochromatic bathroom with bits of gray yet can’t fully commit, adding a pop of color is a great intermediate step. We personally recommend using pops of red for that stark touch that makes sense in the room. The pop of red will add personality while still giving you that classic monochromatic aesthetic.
Grey & Yellow
Is there a color pairing that works together more than grey and yellow? In order opinion NO! These two gorgeous hues not only balance each other out, but they bring a little extra charm that makes them one of a kind. Pair with hues of white to keep the room as simple yet modern as possible.
When in doubt consider grey marble. Marble has been a staple in the bathroom area for decades and there is no sign of it stopping any time soon. With that being said, adding a grey marble is one of the best ways to bring a classic touch to a bathroom that simply needs a little something extra to come back to life.
Do not forget how expansive and fun subway tiles can be. They add a touch of something fresh and new while still feeling classic and contemporary. Consider a subway tile wall in a medium shade of gray to make the room feel grand yet beautiful all at once.
Contemporary Darker Grey
You heard it here, darker shades of grey bring a contemporary, chicness to the room. Pair your lighter shades with unique mirrors, modern sconce lightings, and bold light fixtures to complete the look. Use charcoal grey hues to create a contrasting approach that is still sexy and edgy.
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