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We’ve all seen an abundance of white bathrooms, but what about stepping a little outside of your comfort zone and introducing some grey into your space? Plus, bathrooms are often a place for relaxation and rejuvenation, so it really helps when your surroundings reflect the same calmness that you wish to feel.

But if you’re just wanting a refresh, a fresh coat of grey paint will definitely do the trick!

By simply adding small decor items to your space, you can enhance contrast and bring depth into your bathroom – this is really important to break up the grey. Adding mirror finishes is such a clever way to incorporate some greys into your space. This bathroom is all kinds of classy with the golden lighting whilst the large freestanding bathtub looks so inviting and relaxing.

A grey bathroom is inviting and homely when coupled with modern finishes and a neutral colour palette. And to offset the neutrals, you can style and freshen up your bathroom with some pink flowers and greenery in the corner!

I love how opulent and lavish this bathroom is with dark brown cabinetry, grey walls and marble floors.

This is a place that I’d happily spend an afternoon or two relaxing with a good book and a candle burning. Shiny tiles are something we often see used in pools so using them in a bathroom really gives a wet look and the feeling of being underwater. Use it to make a standout guest powder room or to add a little bit of extra something to your master bathroom suite.

My eyes are immediately drawn to the big grey tub which is the feature of this modern bathroom. The width and depth of this huge bathtub is one that you could put the kids and dog in as well as just stretching out and relaxing by yourself after a long day.

The unique pattern of the walls along with the simplicity of the floor work beautifully with the grandeur of the bathtub. Speak to an electrician to make sure you get all the safety aspects right when you’re in the installation phase of fitting your mirror.

The element of a skylight can bring in oodles of natural light into the otherwise dark bathroom. The bathtub and toilet can be framed by a grey planked half wall which separates the two areas.

This pattern is reminiscent of flower petals which brings a feminine touch however still has a hint of masculinity with the grey tones throughout. Talking to a professional bathroom tiler if you want these beautiful tiles installed.

The white toilet and sink have brightened up the space and the wooden cabinet brings some life into the overall bathroom atmosphere.

A farmhouse bathroom is welcoming and calming with warm grey tones and family-friendly practicality. I love the way ‘wet look’ shiny tiles can be used in the shower room which visually separates the two areas. Having a clock in the bathroom is also a great idea as you can keep an eye on the time as you get ready for the day or a special dinner date.

The wooden cabinets and sink area is sleek and stylish and freshens up the abundance of neutrals. Grey limestone has the most beautiful pearlescent details coming through the natural characteristics of the stone. As the light is bouncing off the shiny surfaces, this brightens up a room beautifully especially with the contrast of black cabinetry and other dark details.

The rest of your master bathroom can be mainly white which creates a calm and homely atmosphere and an overall colour palette that is timeless and will last the test of time.

Wow, I just love the grey herringbone details of this floor that add a little something extra to the bathroom area. Coordinating the tones of grey through marble finishes with the other features of your bathroom help to tie everything together.

The same tones from the marble can be represented in the cabinetry, silver finishes, and striped shower curtain. And the pop of yellow in the floral arrangement can really bring a happy feel to the greyscale colour palette!

Random and almost ‘out of place’ elements such as a blue towel, greenery, and a brown stool can give your bathroom more of a family-friendly feel.

As we all know in a real family bathroom, things don’t stay matching and uniform for very long. Elegant spaces can incorporate a feminine touch with the use of grey and white oversized floral wallpaper. Without bringing this touch of femininity in, any space would appear rather masculine with bold choices in grey cabinetry and large marbled tiling.

The design choices in this space remind me of a locker room, gym or even a spa bathroom with a minimalistic and practical approach. A small space can be made to appear larger with the addition of a large mirror that opens up the bathroom.

Timber shelving fixtures is a great idea as you could use these for storage or displaying your favourite decor pieces.

Having light grey finishes in your bathroom can give an airy and open space feel.

Installing some greenery can add to the airiness of the space and brings a pop of colour into the room. Timber finishes remind me of a sauna, so this bathroom design really creates a warm and relaxing space!

What a fabulous airy bathroom with amazing natural light coming through the windows! The light grey floor tiling also works well with the textures and patterns of the wall.

Clean, bold lines can give a functional bathroom a tidy, no-nonsense look. And a darker grey tone means the tiles will look as good as new for years to come! Add in other elements like a floating wooden and white vanity, highlighted by a modern hanging bulb light. Hardy succulents and hanging vines really make a bathroom come alive.

They love the moisture and steaminess and bathroom plants seem to thrive in this environment. Installing shelves provide extra space to add plants and other pieces of decor to a small basic bathroom.

This Bali inspired bathroom has teemed the unique grey floor with a lovely wooden feature wall.

The wooden bench doubles as storage space, whilst the burst of greenery from the plant is an amazing addition to this bold grey bathroom.

A sleek bathroom features lots of clean, strong lines and soft greys that almost seem white. The brown tones in this marble benchtop and the tiled mirrored wall provide a perfect privacy partition for the bath area behind.

Silver and grey pair perfectly together to create a very stylish and functional bathroom. A speckled wall behind a lovely round mirror gives a subtle softness against stark blacks.

grey bathroom herringbone tiles
grey bathroom herringbone tiles
light grey bathroom near window
light grey bathroom near window

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