It’s timeless and classic, calming and cool. Whether you’re looking to go full-monochrome or build a clean canvas for your favorite decor, these grey bathrooms prove how dynamic the shade can be.
The eclectic, multi-toned wallpaper and large mirror in designer Erika Yeaman’s home proves that grey can be dynamic when used correctly. The depth created by the patterned wall and reflection of the mirror gives the illusion of a larger space.
For lighter grey bathrooms, deep blue accents are great for balancing out the brightness. The midnight blue of the refinished tub ties the room together, adding a deeper value to the naturally lit space.
This striking bathroom in fashion executive Trent Wisehart’s home takes full advantage of the many shades of grey, creating depth in a smaller space.
This Byzantine-inspired bathroom has a vintage Parisian vibe, with a statement gold chandelier that adds sophisticated glam to the monochromatic space.
For the minimalist looking for subtle flair, make the flooring your focal point without overwhelming your bathroom. In this modern D.C. home designed by Daryl Carter, striped stone tiles draw the eye down while complementing the simple design of the space.
The master bath in this bohemian Soho Loft uses simple white appliances and charcoal tile floors to complement the ornate, antique Italian mirrors.
If you’re looking to go grey, but can’t commit to full monochrome, a pop of color is the perfect solution. The dark subway tiles and charcoal floor are instantly brightened with just a touch of red.
This Swedish farmhouse puts a rustic twist on the traditional black and white bathroom, creating a serene, relaxed escape.
In this restored Long Island farmhouse, the bathroom was transformed with very simple updates. Wood-paneled walls and window frames are painted in low-contrasting greys, making the unique, original structure the focal point of this historic bathroom.