10 Bathrooms That Prove Gray & White Is The New Black & White

Go gray or go home.

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Courtesy of Erin Gates Design

We're all about a classic black-and-white combo, but sometimes, that can feel too dark for a bathroom. You want all those light and airy vibes, so it's time to consider gray. On it's own, it might feel a little blah, but combine it with white and see how soft and soothing your bathroom can look.

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1 Jungle-Inspired
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Natipernavigare

This spa-inspired bathroom gets tons of character from the tiled patterned floor and the palm leaf wallpaper. We're dying over the bronze palm chair.

2 Scallop Your Floors
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Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt for Emily Henderson Designs

The scalloped tiles in this bathroom helps soften the dark gray floor. To add contrast, switch up your shower tiles.

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3 Go Modern
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Courtesy of Veneer Designs

This sleek white tub plays off the graphic gray wall in a way that's still calming to the eye. Bonus? A floating tub is the ultimate in relaxation.

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4 Blend Farmhouse With Modern
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TREVOR TONDRO

Cement floor tiles pick up the gray and add just the right amount of pattern to this understated bath. They're cool and fresh on bare feet, so the room is luxurious, but in a very modern, relaxed way.

5 Use Your Towels
light-filled bathroom
Nathan Kirkman

The easiest way ever to add color to a neutral bathroom? Your towels. You can swap them out seasonally, depending on what color you're in the mood for.

6 Glam It Up
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Courtesy of Erin Gates Design

Live your fanciest life and add a chandelier. It makes an otherwise muted bathroom feel extra glam.

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7 Play With Pattern
amir khamneipur gray bathroom
Peter Murdock

You aren't using bold color, so using bold pattern is totally OK. These stripes cover both the floor and shower for max impact.

8 Try An Accent Wall
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Karyn M. Millet

If white and gray feels too hum-drum for you design tastes, add a tiled accent wall in a bright color. Limit it to one wall so it doesn't overpower the room.

9 Contemporary Cool
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Paul Raeside

In a sleek Hamptons house, the master bath has a Wetstyle tub for a futuristic feel. The gray an white color palette keeps it feeling soothing.

10 Add Some Shine
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Bruce Buck

In a New York City bathroom, mist mosaic tile has a watery, pearlescent glow. Vintage sconces and polished nickel fixtures compliment the floor and wall.

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