A bathroom in shades of gray? But … won’t it be very cold? Well, it depends on how you combine gray and the materials, textures and lighting involved, but, as they show us 17 modern bathrooms in shades of gray that we will see next, if done properly, gray can create a very modern and not cool space, and you, I guess, want to see how. Well, let’s go now.
Project by Denis Krasikov and Anastasia Struchkova
Modern, straight lines, with tiles with a geometric pattern on the floor and marble on the walls in white tones with gray veins combined with gray painted walls. A bathroom that would be cold if there was no wood built into both the closet and the toilet area.
We will see wood every day in these modern bathrooms in gray tones, because it is an element that brings more heat into the rooms, with warm lighting. Move on.
DIY Shelley bathroom for curator style
Gray tiled floor that still completely covers the shower wall, the rest, white elements, combined with wood and a round mat of plant fibers, which gives warmth to this gray bathroom.
With a little detail it was possible to give warmth to the bathroom in cool tones.
Decor Aid project
If you have good natural light, you will have an ally that will take away the cold that gray can cause. If you add a little wood and some elements of plant fibers like rattan, braid, bamboo, etc. to natural light, you will have a pleasantly warm bathroom.
Tiles in a very light gray tone, and the rest in white and lots of wood. It is a gray bathroom, but subtle, as well as very bright, which is why it is not cold at all, but a warm and comfortable bathroom. In addition, the upper part of the walls is painted in very light earth tones, which adds warmth.
Photo of Lily Pad hut
We cannot use natural wood just to give warmth to a gray bathroom. The warm lighting shared with the blue lights transforms the aesthetics of the bathroom and the way we experience it.
Yes, it is true that wall mirrors should be placed on each side instead of above to avoid shadows, and cold light, with which the natural skin tone is best seen, but the upper light of the bathroom can be placed warm. In fact, if we have a gray-and-white bathroom, we should heat it yes or yes.
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Decorative project by Jagoda Nowakowska
This second bathroom is completely covered with gray and herringbone white subway tiles on the sink wall, but these are, again, four wooden details, such as cabinets, mirror frames and built-in cabinet frames, that create a cozy space.
Decor Aid project
Modern bathrooms in gray tones do not have to be simple. In fact, the smoother the surfaces, the colder they will turn out.
To shape the designs and patterns on the walls giving them personality and greater presence, as well as to warm up even if they are painted in gray, we can use moldings, sheets or wooden panels painted in gray tones.
Enca Interiors project
Finished with cement walls, adding a rustic shade, but combined with modern elements such as tiles in dark gray tones and furniture of straight lines, all interspersed with warm elements such as wood and natural fiber basket that makes it in a cozy bathroom.
Decorative project by Daria Elnikova
Use wooden shelves or shelves that match the furniture in the bathroom to create harmony and balance, and at the same time provide warmth and shelter, even visually, to the bathroom.
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Photo Flower hydrangea
Although it is almost completely covered with shades of gray and very dark gray, this small bathroom is not cold. Natural light, white color of furniture with moldings and the absence of smooth surfaces in the materials and gold accents, are the key to give this gray bathroom a more pleasant shade.
Remember, the smoother the surfaces, the colder they will appear. Adopt patterns on the floor, on the walls, raised tiles and furniture with moldings and you will make that feeling disappear.
Malamó Study Project Photo by Micasarevist
Another modern bathroom in gray tones that shows us that although we are all surfaces smooth and gray, if we add natural light, natural fibers and wood, no one will dare say that our bathroom is cold.
Photograph of style curator
If you choose to cover the walls in gray tones with ceramic, you can opt for embossed or veined which, in addition to having a greater presence and personality than smooth, is not so cool.
Photo by Sílvia Caballero
Of course, if you install a wood floor or imitation wood made of imitation ceramics, you will have huge support to keep the bathroom from getting cold.
Photography and project by Petite Harmony
Finished in gray tiles imitating microcement combined with white ceramics, but all protected by the wood of the sink cabinets.
Ah Interiorismo Project
If you decide not to leave natural wood in sight, there is a ceramic in gray tones with a certain beige pigmentation that is not as cold as we see in the bathroom above this item. Tiles in that gentle shade between gray and very light brown make it not so cold.
Photography and project by Petite Harmony
Details in pink tones, tiles with a hydraulic effect in gray and white tones and subway wall tiles with hair and relief, plus walls painted in a light gray tone. The variety of textures and white colors make this modern bathroom cool.
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Mireia Pla interior design project
Made in cement, a modern bathroom that has plenty of natural light and balances the cold concrete with warm plant fiber and wood additives.
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What do you think of these modern bathrooms in gray tones? Did you record and collect ideas? You already know that if you have any questions you can leave a comment which I will be happy to answer.
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